Dab Neeg Hmoob

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  • Paperback
  • Dab Neeg Hmoob
  • Pa Chou Yang
  • 21 March 2019
  • 9990516901

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  1. Mark Isaak says:

    This book of Hmong myth and folklore was created to serve as a text to help Hmong immigrants learn English To this end, the stories are presented in two columns Hmong and English versions A secondary purpose is to familiarize people with native Hmong culture This is accomplished with lots of explanatory notes to go with the myths and fables The notes go far beyond explaining the stories, though A mention of punishment in one story, for example, leads to a page and a half of comments about This book of Hmong myth and folklore was created to serve as a text to help Hmong immigrants learn English To this end, the stories are presented in two columns Hmong and English versions A secondary purpose is to familiarize people with native Hmong culture This is accomplished with lots of explanatory notes to go with the myths and fables The notes go far beyond explaining the stories, though A mention of punishment in one story, for example, leads to a page and a half of comments about formal and informal punishment in Hmong community I think this ethnographic material would be better moved to a separate section I cannot comment on the book s pedagogical effectiveness, but it does work as a good source for anyone interested in Hmong folklore