Free eBook Floating Clouds, Floating Dreams; Favorite Asian Folktales. download
by I. K. Junne
Author: I. K. Junne
Publisher: Doubleday; 1st edition (June 1, 1974)
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Size MP3: 1159 mb
Size FLAC: 1655 mb
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Hardcover book of poems, readings and stories from assorted Asian countries.
Junne has assembled 26 pleasing, if not unusual, stories from eleven different Asian countries. The range in tone, subject and sophistication is wide, including such short amusing anecdotes as ""The Tall Tales"" from Burma and ""Mister Lazybones"" from Laos on the one hand and ""Prince Ahmed and the Fairy Peribanou,"" the long, romantic fairy tale from Persia, on the other. Junne has assembled 26 pleasing, if not unusual, stories from eleven different Asian countries. by I. K. Junne fb2 DOWNLOAD FREE. American Dragons: Twenty-Five Asian-American Voices. Asian-pacific Folktales and Legends. Floating (Investigations). The Floating Islands. Encyclopedia of Asian American Folklore and Folklife. 0: Asian Elephant (Animals Under Threat).
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Floating Clouds (sometimes called Flying Saucers by the artist) is a work of art by American sculptor Alexander Calder, located in the Aula Magna of the University City of Caracas in Venezuela. The work comprises many 'cloud' panels that are renowned both artistically and acoustically. The piece is seen as "one of Calder's most truly monumental works" and the prime example of the urban-artistic theory of campus architect Carlos Raúl Villanueva.