Folk Tales of Old Korea
Ha, Tae Hung
. The Office of Public Information, Republic of Korea . [Seoul], Korea
GR342.H3 1955 (Carlson Fable Collection, BIC bldg)
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This book identifies and groups six of its forty-eight offerings as fables. Several seem to me to grow beyond fables. My two favorites are The Clam, the Stork, and the Fisherman (254, with a monochrome illustration) and Hunting of Pheasants in the Kitchen (256). You will also find The Hare Liver (50) with one of the brightly-colored colored illustrations; this story uses the motif Oh, let me go back and get my liver for you.