Kamala: Feminist Folktales from Around the World (Hardcover)

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Kamala: Feminist Folktales from Around the World (Hardcover)

By Ethel Johnston Phelps (Editor), Suki Boynton (Illustrator), Kate Schatz (Introduction by)

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In this second volume of reissued classic folktales, a Punjabi woman outwits seven ruthless thieves, an Incan girl restores harmony to the empire, and a mischievous Norwegian lass thwarts her entitled landowner. Spanning several centuries and continents, the stories in Kamala recall how it's the dazzling courage, cleverness, and power of women that hold our world together.

Ethel Johnston Phelps (1914-1984) held a master's degree in Medieval Literature, co-edited a Ricardian journal, and published several articles on fifteenth-century subjects. She compiled two anthologies of feminist folk tales from around the world, Tatterhood and The Maid of the North.

Ethel Johnston Phelps (1914-1984) held a master's degree in Medieval Literature, co-edited a Ricardian journal, and published several articles on fifteenth-century subjects. She compiled two anthologies of feminist folk tales from around the world, Tatterhood and The Maid of the North. Suki Boynton is an artist, illustrator, and the senior graphic designer at the Feminist Press. She is a graduate of Connecticut College with a BA in art history and has a degree in graphic design from the Art Institute of Charleston, SC. She currently lives in Newark, NJ. Kate Schatz is the New York Times bestselling author of Rad American Women A-Z, a children's book (for everyone) published by City Lights Books. Her book of fiction, Rid of Me: A Story, was published in 2006 as part of the acclaimed 33 1/3 series.
Product Details ISBN: 9781558619401
ISBN-10: 1558619402
Publisher: Feminist Press
Publication Date: October 11th, 2016
Pages: 192
Language: English
Series: Feminist Folktales