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Asihene,Emmanuel V. TRADITIONAL FOLK-TALES OF GHANA http://www.mellenpress.com/html/asihtrad.html

Christaller,J. G., compiler. THREE THOUSAND SIX HUNDRED GHANIAN PROVERBS (FROM THE ASANTEAND FANTE LANGUAGE) Translated by Kofi Ron Lange Lange, Kofi Ron

A wealth ofproverbs from the Twi-speaking people of Ghana, collected by Rev. J. G.Christaller circa 1879 and translated for the first time into English byFr. Kofi Ron Lange, S.V.D.

[Studies inAfrican Literature No. 2] 0-88946-234-8 $99.95/59.95 323pp. 1990 http://www.mellenpress.com/html/chrithre.html

Kolawole,Mary E. Modupe, An African View of Transatlantic Slavery and the Role of OralTestimony in Creating a New Legacy (in Tibbles, Anthony (ed.), TransatlanticSlavery: Against Human Dignity, HMSO, 1994)

108    Womenused oral as well as written poems, songs, folk-tales, proverbs, anecdotes,parables and fables to transpose African culture to the new world as well asrelive their African experience.

Owusu-Sarpong,Christiane (ed.) Trilingual Anthology of Akan Folktales, University of Scienceand Technology, Kumasi, Ghana, 1998 (Twi, English, French)St.John-Parsons, Donald, Legends of Northern Ghana and More Legends ofNorthern Ghana, Longmans, 1960