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A comparative study of the cultural, narrative, and language content of selected folktales told in Burma, Canada, and Yorubaland Open Access
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Folk literature--Study and teaching.
Folklore and education.
English language--Study and teaching--Foreign speakers--Methodology.
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University of Alberta
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Hill, Elizabeth F.
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Doctor of Philosophy in Intercultural Education
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