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The Message Of Folklore from Bahrain To The World
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Crafts in the folktales of the Levant

This article focuses on the relationship between crafts and folktales. The article defines crafts, differentiating them from professions, and folktales, and...

Arabic coffee

Sheikh Al ‘Idraws, who died in 909 A.H., discovered coffee in Yemen. During his travels, he came across coffee trees and ate the beans. He found they...

Constructuralism and the study of folktales

Although Constructuralism has linguistic roots in modern European history, it is now applied to some social sciences and to the study of folklore. In folklore...

Every Cloud Has a Silver Lightning

Over many years, we advocated national culture, worked to arouse awareness in it and to highlight its great role within our generations. Many of our children...

Folklore in the theatre: A step towards dispelling illusions

This paper discusses heritage’s presence in theatrical discourse, whether in the script or in the performance. The writer asserts that the prevalent...

The role of the folktale in understanding Palestinian popular culture

The writer offers an analysis and an interpretation of a fairytale and a folktale in order to highlight the tales’ motivational elements and the...

Constructuralism and the study of folktales

Although Constructuralism has linguistic roots in modern European history, it is now applied to some social sciences and to the study of folklore. In folklore...

Crafts in the folktales of the Levant

This article focuses on the relationship between crafts and folktales. The article defines crafts, differentiating them from professions, and folktales, and...

The riddle in folklore

The riddle is a popular literary form as old as the myth; a riddle is distinguished as a popular art, not merely a series of ambiguous words that form a...

Pearls and tears

The pearl of wisdom’ is a generic term used in the East to describe many books and references to medicine, guidance and inspiration. The Chinese believe...

Arabic coffee

Sheikh Al ‘Idraws, who died in 909 A.H., discovered coffee in Yemen. During his travels, he came across coffee trees and ate the beans. He found they...

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