The Mouse-deer (Kantjil) in Malayo-Indonesian  Folklore: Alternative Analyses and the Significance of a Trickster Figure in South-East Asia
By Philip Frick McKean, Department  of  Anthropology, Brown University
Providence,  Rhode  Island
Presented at the  Elsie  Clews Parsons Prize  competition  at  the  American Ethnological Society  Annual  Spring Meeting, 1968, in Detroit,  Michigan.

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