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The impact of folk literature: Methods, aspects and selected examples
Outline: 1-The ultimate goal of folk literature is to offer an accurate depiction of social practice...

The influence of Kuwait’s desert on the traditional craft of Sadu
One of the most important traditional handicrafts in the desert region of Kuwait, Sadu weaving is as...

Rituals used to call for rain during droughts in Algeria: Examples from the beginning of the 20th Century
In Algeria, a call for rain is not referred to as Istisqa’ (the Arabic word for prayers for ra...
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