1 edition of legend of Cuckoo Namjil found in the catalog.
legend of Cuckoo Namjil
|Other titles||Folk tales from Mongolia.|
|Statement||selected and translated into English by Damdinsurengiin Altangerel ; edited by Owen Lattimore.|
|Contributions||Altangerel, D., Lattimore, Owen, 1900-1989.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||221 p. :|
|Number of Pages||221|
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Bronze horseman statue originated by the legend of ‘Namjil the Cuckoo’, in Darkhan province. When Namjil woke up, his magic horse was already dead. The grieving herder made a horsehead fiddle from his horse’s skin and tail, and used it to. Legend is a dystopian young adult novel written by American author Marie is the first book in the Legend series followed by Prodigy, Champion and Rebel.
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Dystopian Literature; Young Adult; Coming of Age Dystopian Literature. The future that Legend paints definitely isn't a pretty one—the government controls everything with an iron fist, slums are filled with sick and overworked people, and kids aren't even guaranteed education unless they can prove themselves worthy.
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