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A4 A Tale Of A Prince And A Princess. Informant: Yuwǝl Yuanna (Dure)

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This chapter contains transcriptions of a folktale, which is about a prince and a princess marriage. Joy arose among the people, something remarkable, and the people became so happy. They brought them up with drum and pipe and the ring of rifles. In this way they held the wedding. The wedding was for seven days and seven nights. The prince married the princess, and the God gave them a son after they married. The God gave them a small son when they were to die.

Keywords: folktale; prince; princess



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