Folk-Tale Type ATU411 in Eurasian Folk Tradition: Some Remarks to the “Typological Index of Folk-Tale Types” of H.-J. Uther

 
PIIS086954150000414-5-1
DOI10.31857/S086954150000414-5
Publication type Article
Status Published
Authors
Affiliation: independent researcher
Address: Russian Federation, Moscow
Journal nameEtnograficheskoe obozrenie
Edition4
Pages171-184
Abstract

The article is an attempt to systematize the presently available versions of the folk-tale type ATU411 “King and Lamia” (according to the H.-J. Uther’s Folk-Tale Type Index). The author examines the versions and the plot genesis, its areal distribution, analyzes the character of the snake-turnskin juha, and tracks its genesis. The author’s analysis suggests more exact and detailed information to the paragraph, devoted to the ATU411 type, which could be useful throughout the new edition of folk-tale types’ index publication.

Keywordsfolk-tale typology, serpent in folklore, ATU411, snake in folktale, juha, Turkish folktale, Chinese folktale
Received06.08.2018
Publication date11.10.2018
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