2 edition of Ovambo proverbs with African parallels. found in the catalog.
Ovambo proverbs with African parallels.
Bibliography: p. -19.
|Series||FF communications ;, no. 208|
|LC Classifications||GR1 .F55 no. 208, PN6519.K8 .F55 no. 208|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||356|
|LC Control Number||72859784|
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Ovambo proverbs with African parallels. Helsinki: Suomalainen Tiedeakatemia, (OCoLC) Matti Kuusi, Ovambo proverbs with African parallels, Suomalainen Tiedeakatemia, Helsinki,p. Carl Hugo Linsingen Hahn, The native tribes of South-West Africa: The Ovambo - The Berg Damara - The bushmen of South West Africa - The Nama - The Herero, Cape Times Ltd., Le Cap,:Kuusi, Matti b: Ovambo Proverbs with African Parallels.
FFC Helsinki. Kuusi, Matti a: Towards an International Type-System of Proverbs. FFC Helsinki. Kuusi, Matti b: Towards an International Type-System of Proverbs. Proverbium 19 (). Helsinki. Kuusi, Matti Ovambo Riddles with Comments and Vocabularies.
FFC Black-African proverbs. Disregarding the northern part of Africa inhabited mainly by Arabs, it is possible to attempt assessing the Black-African proverbs on the basis of the collection by Matti Kuusi, entitled “Ovambo proverbs with African parallels” (KM-1).
Regarding African proverbs, let me also draw attention to Matti Kuusi’s superb collection of Ovambo Proverbs with African Parallels (FFC Helsinki: Suomalainen Tiedeakatemia, ; see also my review in Fabula, 14 , –), which formed the basis for the proverbs from Africa in the international classification system.
Kuusi, Matti: Ovambo Proverbs with African Parallels. FF communications no. Helsinki: Academia Scientiarum Fennica. OVAMBO/ENG*,varia AFR>GER*FR* Kuusi, Matti: Suomalaista, karjalaista vaiko savokarjalaista. - Suomi Helsinki:. Professor KUÚSI published the reference book of Ovambo proverbs in (FFC ), and the publication of this work on riddles serves as a continuation.
the author refers to other African parallels, but it was not the aim of the book to list either the African or the European comparative material. The indexes at the end of the book are. Book Condition: Very Good. Jacket Condition: Very Good.
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