The passing on from one generation to another of songs, chants, proverbs, and other verbal compositions after it has been written down.
The telling of songs, chants, proverbs, and other verbal compositions to a single generation within and between non‐literate cultures
The use of "like" or "as" to draw a comparison between two unlike things
The passing on from one generation (and/or locality) to another of songs, chants, proverbs, and other verbal compositions within and between non‐literate cultures by word of mouth
To include the tribe's favorite food, corn, into the myth
To warn its youth about the consequences of promiscutiy and other inquities
To explain how floods came into existence
To explain how earthquakes came into existence
The youngest member
The oldest member
The priest's son
The chief's son
His dead uncle
His dead father
His dead grandmother
His dead grandfather
The prayer was not answered and the people continued to live in sin
The dead uncle sent a hail storm to destroy the land
The priest's son was told to set fire to the village
The dead uncle sent an earthquake to punish the corn clan for their wrongdoings
They are nosey and stays busy tending to other people's business
The Zunis are spiritual and have a strong moral code that they live by and teach to their children
That the Zunis are afraid of earthquakes and floods
That the Zunis like to make up stories for pure entertainment
A recurrent thematic element in an artistic or literary work.
The struggle found in fiction
Giving human qualities to animals or objects
A story about a mischievous, supernatural being
a flint knife
A bow and arrow
A genrous village chief who is known for his kindness
A god who protects and guides Hare on his many adventures
A tyrannical village chief who is known for his elbow blades
He sends a young man to retrieve it
He sends his grandmother to cast a spell on him that causes Sharp-elbow to consent to anything asked of him
He takes a whetstone with him to retrieve the arrow and when Sharp-elbow attacks he uses the whetstone for protection against the attack
He lights four prayersticks and asks the gods to retrieve it for him
Hare told him of a large beast living near Bear's home.
Hare took out his quiver and showed him four arrows.
Hare told thim that the country is full of wars.
Hare threated to kill him.
The headless bodies served Hare fish.
The headless bodies tried to abuse people so they were turned into 'fast-fish' as a punishment.
The headless bodies liked to eat fish.
The headless bodies were actually creatures who evolved from fish so they were simply returned to their primordial state.
Flattery will get you no where
Don't put of for tomorrow what you can do today
Do unto others as you would have them do unto you
Boasting shows weakness and will lead to bad things
His buttocks was scorched by the sun which he had caught in a trap
Grandmother burned him with a hot poker for being so mischievous
Hare caught his own tale on fire trying to cook himself some dinner
He was born that way
Frogs used to eat rocks and one day a frog ate a rock that was too hard and smashed its teeth.
Frogs never had any teeth.
Hare hit a frog with a club and burned the frog and cursed it by declaring it would never be able to harm anyone because it threatedned to hunt the hare down with dogs.
Grandmother wanted to eat frog leg stew so she captured a frog and extracted its teeth one by one while chanting a Winnebago song, and since then frogs were without teeth.
To make mischief and cause trouble
To trample upon evil beings that were abusing his aunts and uncles
To play tricks on other animals to prove how intelligent he is
The hare has no purpose that is why his grandmother must always watch over him
He decided to prepare some animals for humans to eat
He decided to go on his way and start a family of his own
He decided that there were more bad animals and set out to destroy the rest of them
The tale ended and the reader is not certain about what happened to bear
Both A and B
Burning tobacco as an offering
Entering into a trance to commune with the spirits of the natural world.
All of the above
The Earthmaker wanted the opportunity to creat a new race of people
Mankind would suffer because of a lack of food if there were more people than resources to care for them
Hare wished it to be so and that was how it was
Grandmother wished it to be so and that was how it was
He killed all of the old people
He killed all of the female children
He killed all of the male children
He killed all of the women
They dressed the boys like girls and told them to behave as girls do
They locked the uncle away until the children were old enough to protect themselves
They dressed the girls like boys and told them to behave as boys do
They formed a mob and chased the uncle out of the village
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