Folktales of the Jews - Vol. 2

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Tale Type Indexes

Sources: A. Aarne and S. Thompson, The Types of the Folktale; and H. J. Uther, The Types of International Folktales "new edition".

NumberTale TypeifATale(s)
50"The Sick Lion"8004n
91"Monkey (Cat) Who Left His Heart at Home"8004n
154"Bear Food"8004
154"The Fox and His Members" (new ed.)8004
155"The Ungrateful Serpent Returned to Captivity"8004
173"Men and Animals Readjust Span of Life"6655
173"Human and Animal Life Spans Are Readjusted" (new ed.)6655
285D"Serpent (Bird) Refuses Reconciliation"8004n
303"The Twins or Blood Brothers"8021n
318"The Faithless Wife"8021
331"The Spirit in the Bottle"8004
461"Three Hairs from the Devil's Beard, III; The Questions"8021n
480"The Spinning-Woman by the Spring. The Kind and Unkind Girls"8021n
503"The Gifts of the Little People"8021n
510"Cinderella and Cap o' Rushes"7202
550A"Only One Brother Grateful"6098
610"The Healing Fruit"8021n
613"The Two Travelers (Truth and Falsehood)"8021n
653"The Four Skillful Brothers"8021n
653A"The Rarest Thing in the World"8021n
654"The Three Brothers"8021
654"The Three Agile Brothers" (new ed.)8021
655"The Wise Brothers"8021n
676"Open Sesame"8021n
735"The Rich Man's and the Poor Man's Fortune"8021n
735A"Bad Luck Imprisoned"8021n, 14260
745A"The Predestined Treasure"14260n

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