The Yanomamo myth of Naro, as told by Kaobawa [electronic resource] / Documentary Educational Resources
- [Watertown, Mass.] : Documentary Educational Resources, 
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- Physical Description:
- 1 streaming video (22 min.).
- Additional Creators:
- Kaobawa, Asch, Timothy, Chagnon, Napoleon A., 1938-, Johnson, Craig, and Documentary Educational Resources (Firm)
- The Story of Naro explains the origin of the spirits and the coloring of animals. Ugly Naro is jealous of his handsome brother, Yamonamariwa, who has two wives. Naro kills his brother by magic to obtain his wives, but is found out by a third brother. The ancesters, particularly Toucan and Sloth, hunt and kill Naro and are stained by his blood. They turn into birds and animals with red markings. Demonstrates storytelling techniques of the Yanomamo Indians of South America.
- Related Titles:
- Kaobawa's myth of Naro
Myth of Naro as told by Kaobawa
- "In Yanomamo with English voice-over."--Cover.
Cover title: Myth of Naro as told by Kaobawa.
Title on container: Kaobawa's myth of Naro.
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- Reproduction Note:
- Electronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2010. (Ethnographic video online). Available via World Wide Web.
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