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African folktales are believed to have a unifying power between the living and the dead. It not only connects the ancestors to the present generations, it has a link or message for future generations. They communicate morals and traditions to the young in preparation for life's obstacles. Traditionally, our forefathers passed these stories down while gathered around a village fire under the moonlight, a practice known as "Tales by Moonlight." In most cases, the protagonist, or main character, has a major flaw such as greed, naivety, and pride. These negative character traits often lead to…mehr

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African folktales are believed to have a unifying power between the living and the dead. It not only connects the ancestors to the present generations, it has a link or message for future generations. They communicate morals and traditions to the young in preparation for life's obstacles. Traditionally, our forefathers passed these stories down while gathered around a village fire under the moonlight, a practice known as "Tales by Moonlight." In most cases, the protagonist, or main character, has a major flaw such as greed, naivety, and pride. These negative character traits often lead to their demise. This Folktale reminds us of our duty toward our fellow human beings. It touches on how pride and arrogance can impact our lives. It also explores the negative effects of vanity. It stands out because of its wide audience: it spans different generations. It is a great book to share with your entire family; it acknowledges the Christian principle about relationships. It is also a cry out against bullying. It explores an aspect of a folk tale as well as the history, culture, and geography of the African nation of Nigeria.