9789814771160

The Magic Urn

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  • ISBN13:

    9789814771160

  • ISBN10:

    9814771163

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2017-06-01
  • Publisher: Marshall Cavendish Intl

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Summary

The Magic Urn and Other Timeless Tales of Malaysia brings together 12 legendary stories that have been passed down for generations. With a story from almost every state, the collection captures journeys of personal growth characters search for truths, find their calling, question faith, desire and temptation, and call on the powers of love, loss, memory, courage and wisdom.

Told in vivid detail and lavishly illustrated, the folktales transcend time and echo the motifs of good versus evil, nature versus nurture, and appearance versus reality.

Against backdrops of exotic royal palaces, lush rice fields, homely longhouses and verdant fruit orchards, the narratives stoke the fires of the imagination long after the last page.

Author Biography

Tutu Dutta was born in India but grew up in Malaysia. She has travelled and lived in Japan and France as a student and later in Singapore, Nigeria and New York as the wife of a diplomat. Her lifelong interest in culture, folklore and children's literature inspired her to research and retell the stories in The Magic Urn and Other Timeless Tales Of Malaysia.

Table of Contents

  • Princess Trailing Hair-Knot
  • Princess Hidden Moon
  • The Faerie Who Wept Flowers
  • Seri Nara's Choice
  • The Kelumpang Tree Child
  • The Unnamed Princess
  • Split Stone, Hollow Stone
  • Sembilang of the Rice Fields
  • The Woman Who Was Cursed
  • The Magic Urn
  • The Winter Melon Maiden
  • Endu Dara's Legacy

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