Royal antelope and spider. West African Mende tales. Bibliography: p. -372.
Royal antelope and spider. Christopher Vecsey, Amy Starobin, Ulli Beier, Marion Kilson. Marion Kilson, Bernth Lindfors. Twin Beliefs and Ceremony in Ga Culture.
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West Africa has a large body of folklore. For example, the tortoise, rabbit, and spider are usually perceived as physically weak members of the animal kingdom, but have strengths as well. Animal tales are probably the most common, with folktales about the tortoise, rabbit, or spider leading the way. Primarily viewed as entertainment, these stories often served the important purposes of educating children, reinforcing social mores and cultural values, and transmitting the general knowledge and cumulative observations of a given locality. As folkloric characters, these animals are broadly distributed throughout the region.
Royal Antelope and Spider: West African Mende Tales. The Origins of Modern African Thought: Its Development in West Africa During the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. Cambridge, Mass: Langdon, 1976. Kenneth B. Little, Robert William July. Boston: Press of the Langdon Associates.
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The Royal Antelopes ranges from south-western Guinea (the Kounounkan .
The Royal Antelopes ranges from south-western Guinea (the Kounounkan Massif perhaps representing the westerly known limit), Sierra Leone, Liberia, south-eastern Guinea, C?e dæ£švoire, to the Volta . Ghana (Kingdon and Hoffmann in press). The Royal Antelope is often encountered more in logged forest with some undergrowth than in primary forest and it is frequently encountered in farm bush (Source IUCN Red List 2008). Now I am a great fan of Rowland Ward and its record book, which not only serves as a good reference source for hunters but, by setting high minimum entry levels, encourages hunters, for the most part, to shoot only the older animals.
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Kilson, Marion (compiler), "Royal Antelope and Spider: West African Mende Tales," Press of the Langdon Associates, 1976. Kilson, Martin, "Political Change in a West African State: A Study of the Modernization Process in Sierra Leone," Harvard University Press, 1966. Kireta-Katewu, Patrick R. and Thimm, . "Economic Analyses of the Farmer Cropping System Under Risks and Uncertainties in Sierra Leone," Verlag Weltarchiv, 1985.