Notes on the Folklore of the Fjort

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Notes on the Folklore of the Fjort. by Richard Edward Dennett, [] Contents Start Reading Text [Zipped] Richard Edward Dennett was an English trader who worked out of what istoday the Republic of the Congo in West Africa.

He wrote extensively on the anthropology of the West Africans, includingthis book which recounts the folklore, particularly as it pertains toanimals, of the region. Book Description: "Notes on the Folklore of the Fjort contains more than 30 traditional stories from French Congo which were collected by the Folklore Society of London." (Quote from )Author: Richard Edward Dennett.

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Bananas and manioc were introduced in Fjort culture by the Roman Catholic missionaries, who first landed among the Fjort inbut I found Anyambie as a great god among the Mpongwe, but with them it is not Anyambie, that is connected with knowledge, and with the river, and sea, but Mbuiri (see Travels in West Africa, p.

Dennett in his chapter on The Folklore of The Fjort, evidently referring to this eating of his Kecheela, says that "so long as he knows nothing about it, the Fjort may eat out of unclean pots, but if he knows that anything unclean has been cooked in the pot in which his food has been prepared, and he 'eats thereof, he will be punished by some great sickness coming over him, or by death.".

Notes on the Folklore of the Fjort, by Richard Edward Dennett, [], at NKISSISM. Nkissi means the mysterious power that is contained in plants and herbs and earth, or, as we should say, the medicine or poison. Notes on the Folklore of the Fjort, by Richard Edward Dennett, [], full text etext at Notes on the Folklore of the Fjort: XXXII.

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