By Waldemar Bogoras
From the Anthropological Papers Of the yank Museum Of ordinary heritage Vol. XX, half I. Chapters contain: stories Of The Tundra Yukaghir; stories Of The Lamut; Kolyma stories; kid's tales; Markova stories; and, Anadyr stories.
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Then the hand of the man would stick to the fox's back. The fox would rush onward, dragging the man along, and soon would drown him in the river. A third time he turned into an ermine, and the same happened as before. Finally, he turned into a black fox and ran along. He met a young man, a wanderer, who knew neither father nor mother, and who walked about without aim and in great poverty. The fox allowed himself to be taken. Then the hand of the wanderer stuck to his back, and the fox rushed on, dragging the man along.
XX, PART I 1918 Tales of Yukaghir, Lamut, and Russianized Natives of Eastern Siberia by Waldemar Bogoras. com Table of Contents Introduction Transcription 1. Tales Of The Tundra Yukaghir 1. The Girl And The Evil Spirit 2. A Tale About The Wood-Master 3. Tale About The Sea-Spirit 4. The Sly Young Man 5. Creation Story 6. The Shaman Who Turned Into A Fox 7. Tale About Three Storks 8. Reindeer-Born 2. Tales Of The Lamut 1. Chaun Story 2. A Tale Of The Chukchee Invasion 3. Story About Cannibals 4. A Tale About Stingy Reindeer-Owners 5.
1. The Girl And The Evil Spirit There lived a girl who knew no man. Nor could she tell who were her parents. She was rich in reindeer and other property. So she walked about, singing lustily. She never went to watch over her reindeer. When the reindeer strayed away too far, she would merely sing one of her songs, and they would come back of their own will. She sang and sang; and when she came back to her home, she would find the fire burning, the food cooked, and everything ready. Thus she lived on without work, care, or trouble.