Narratives

This is a traditional Lacandon folk story, which the participant was asked to write in his own language, from his own memory. This is one of several written examples, that the collectors prompted the participant to write. He was left alone to write this story. The topic was of his own choosing. Our purpose is to compare the structure and language of written texts with their oral counterparts. This text has been typed up and transcribed, and can be found in the file, Dog_Croc_KGP.txt . An oral version of this story ican be found in session Dog_Croc_SK.
This is a written version of the traditional folk story, Dog and Crocodile.
This is a traditional Lacandon folk story, which the participant was asked to write in his own language, from his own memory. This is one of several written examples, that the collectors prompted the participant to write. He was left alone to write this story. The topic was of his own choosing. Our purpose is to compare the structure and language of written texts with their oral counterparts.
KGP wrote out the story of the Frog and the Mosquito., This traditional folk story was written and translated by KGP, July 13, 2000. It has been transcribed and typed into Frg_Mos_KGP.txt. The original text can be found in Lacandón (Maya) Text Collection, Book One, July 2000. There is an oral version of this story, Hach_Bap_SK.
This is a traditional Lacandon folk story, which the participant was asked to write in his own language, from his own memory. This is one of several written examples, that the collectors prompted the participant to write. He was left alone to write this story. Our purpose is to compare the structure and language of written texts with their oral counterparts.
Thsi is a written version of Jag_Rab_KGP_01, which KGP wrote at the collector's request., Written text by KGP 2000. It has been transcribed and typed into Jag_Rab_KGP_02.txt. The original text can be found in Lacandon (Maya) Text Collection, Book One, July 2000.
KGP's The Pistol Story of the gun, the devil and the man, is a written text by KGP, who wrote it for the collectors in July 13, 2000. It has been transcribed and typed into Pistol_KGP.txt .
KGP written story of "the gun, the devil and the man."

Citation

Suzanne Cook, Barry Carlson, Protected name: @MPI:Lacandon:rwaldie:Code_KGP@, and Suzanne Cook and Barry Carlson (2000). Item "Narratives" in collection "Lacandon Cultural Heritage". The Language Archive. https://hdl.handle.net/1839/00-0000-0000-0005-66EF-A. (Accessed 2024-05-20)

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