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Hanvueng: The Goose King and the Ancestral King

An Epic from Guangxi in Southern China

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The Hanvueng epic, a narrative of enmity between two royal step-brothers, is a ritual text recited when there is fraternal feuding, death by violence, outbreaks of smallpox, or other such disasters. The theme is one that resonates deeply in the Tai societies on the periphery of the Chinese empire.

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