Bibliography for 'Taming of Tiger'

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"Taming of Tiger' was given to me by the stories themselves

"Taming of Tiger' was given to me by the stories themselves. While I gathered information and stories to tell in the Korean Galleries, these fall into place as a brief, simplified, segue through the arts and told the ancient history of Korea, 4,500 years ago with the first creation myth.

By adapted, enhanced, embroidered, and re-imaged I re-arranged the characters to fit the Korean landscape and combine the stories within a story to suit a segue tale of 'Taming of Tiger,' which I told in the Asian Art Museum, CA in Korean Galleries to school children and adults for storytelling tours between 2002 to 2012.

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© 8/2003, Korean Folklore compiled by the Asian Art Museum Storytelling Corps, Resource Committee for educational purpose, Kumja Pail Kim, curator of Korean Art, and Brian Hogath Director of Education and Sarah Weems, Education Assistance; not to be sold or duplicated.

The Story Bag, a collection of Korean Folktales, 'Mountains and Rivers,' Kim So-Un, Translated Setse Higanhi, 1956, revised 2006, pp. 152.

The Goryeo Dynasty Educator Workshop, Korean's Golden Age of Enlightenment (918 to 1392), a Symposium at Asia Art Museum, Chong-Moon Lee Center, 200 Larkin Street, San Francisco, CA, 94102, ©October 18-19 2003.

Buncheong Symposium to Coincides with the Opening of the Buncheong Exhibition, given by the Society for Asian Art, Asian Art Museum, 200 Larkin Street, San Francisco, CA 94102, September 24, 2011.

Korean Folk-Tales, http://www.amazon.com/Korean-Folk-tales-Oxford-Myths-Legends/dp/0195216733, 'Dan-Gun, First Emperor of Korea,' Oxford Myths and Legends, Oxford University Press, USA, paperback retold by James Riordan, ©1994, revised 2001, 144 pages. Also from the AAM Storytelling Core Korean Tales.

'Tale, Telling, and Vocal Narratology of P'ansori, Korean Story Singing', given by The Society for Asian Art, December 4, 2003.

Korean Cultural Heritage, http://www.chf.or.kr/en/c5/sub3.jsp, The Korean Foundation/Articles: Thoughts and Religion, A Rich Communal Heritage, by Im Dong-kwon; Pattern and Practices of Village Rites, Chang Chong-ryong, Doogan Printing Business Unit, Seoul, Koreana, 1987, edition 1995, 1996.

It's Fun to be Young in Korea, edited by Peter Hyun, Illus. Dong-il Park, Saem Toh Sa Publishing Co., Seoul, Korea, 1978, pp 35 to 43.

Animal Speak, Spiritual & Magical Powers of Creatures Great and Small, Ted Andrews, Lewellyn Publications, St Paul, Minnesota, pp 250-252, 1952, edition 2001.

Close to the Wild, Siberian Tigers in a Zoo, byThomas Cajacob and Teresa Burton, photographs by Tomas Cajacob, Carolrhoda Books, Minneapolis, USA, @1986, pp 47.

Zoobooks, Tigers, www.zoobooks.com, February, Volume Nineteen Number Five, @ 2002, Wildlife Education, pp 18.

SOURCES: for 'Tiger and Fish'

Folktales From Korea, by Zong In-Sob, 1982, 'The old Tiger and the Hare,' pp. 157-160, 8th edition, Hollym Publishers, 1993 from Ondoru Yawa, told by Bag Hal-Bong, Onyang (1925), where Uncle Tiger is tricked to eat hot charcoal; then Tiger is tricked into a bush and rabbit sets fire to it; then the third rabbit tricks tiger when he hunts fish his tail is frozen in a river, finally killed by the humans (not the best for a mystical beast).

Korea, Land of the Morning Calm, Carol Farley, 'When Tiger Smoked Long Pipes,' Carol's version ends with the wiser cousins and smaller laughing at Tiger. From the Asian Museum Art Binder Korean Folklore for storytellers.

'How Rabbit tricks Tiger' is a generic story told in many ways across many countries." 'The Rabbit's Judgement' by Suzanne Crowder Han, from the Asian Museum Art Binder, Korean Folklore, Korean Gallery for the storytellers.

Tiger and the Fish,' re-telling by Bobbie Kinkead, Livermore Wine Country Literary Harvest, WindSpad Press, pp. 101-106, 2006. Adapted, enhanced and re-imaged from her telling of 'Taming of Tiger' to school children and adults on storytelling tours in the Korean Galleries at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco, CA, 2002 to 2012.

SOURCES: 'Tiger in the Pit'

The Ocean of Story, retold by Caroline Ness, illustrated by Jacqueline Mair, Lothrop, Lee & Shephard Books, 1995. pp. 78-84.

"This tale, known to folklorists as 'The Ungrateful Serpent Returned to Captivity,' is widely distributed across the world, with 36 recorded Indian versions, 49 African, 76 Irish, and so on. It appears in both Aesop's Fables and Joel Chandler Harris, Nights with Uncle Remus. In India and Korea, the freed animal is a tiger; in Europe, a serpent; in Egypt, a crocodile."

'The Rabbit's Judgement,' by Suzanne Crowder Han, from the Asian Art Binder Korean Folklore, Korean Gallery for the storytellers.

'When Tiger Smoked Long Pipes,' from KOREA, Land of the Morning Calm by Carol Farley, in the Asian Art Binder Korean Folklore for storytellers.

SOURCES: 'The Pheasant' or 'The Pheasant Bell'

The Story Bag, 'by Kim So-Un, The Pheasant Bell,'  compiled by the Asian Art Museum Storytelling Corps Resource Committee binder, Korean Folklore, Kumja Pail Kim, Curator of Korean Art, Brian Hogath Director of Education, and Sarah Weems, Education Assistance, © 8/2003, not to be sold or duplicated.

Folktales From Korea, 'The Pleasant and the Bell', Onsoeu Yawa, told by Yi Hon-Gu, Myongezen 1925, Zong In-Sob, Hollym International Corp,1982, third edition printed in 1993, Seoul, Korea and New Jersey, USA, pp 96 to 97.

SOURCES: 'The Healing' or 'Tiger's Whisker'

The Tiger's Whisker and Other Tales from Asia and the Pacific, 'The Tiger's Whisker, a Korean Tale,' Harold Courlander, 1908 -1996, Harcourt, Brace & World, 1959, Henry Holth & Co (J); 1st Owlet ed edition, September 1995, second edition 1999, 152 pages.

Wisdom Tales From Around the World, 'The Tiger's Whisker,' Heather Forest, editor, first edition 1996 by Turtleback Books, second edition 2005 by August House Publishers, paperback, 160 page.

Korean Folklore, compiled by the Asian Art Museum Storytelling Corps Resource Committee: Kumja Pail Kim, Curator of Korean Art, Brian Hogath Director of Education, and Sarah Weems, Education Assistance, © 8/2003, not to be sold or duplicated.

http://spellbinders.org/story/the-tigers-whisker/, an adaptation of an old Asian folktale that has many versions as retold by Germaine Dietsch.

The Tiger's Whisker, Kathy Carman Henderson, paperback by Createspace, United States, 2013.

SOURCES: 'Dancing Tiger'

It's Fun to be Young in Korea, edited by Peter Hyun, Illus. Dong-il Park, Saem Toh Sa Publishing Co., Seoul, Korea, 1978, pp 35 to 43.

Korean Folk-Tales, http://www.amazon.com/Korean-Folk-tales-Oxford-Myths-Legends/dp/0195216733, 'Dan-Gun, First Emperor of Korea,' Oxford Myths and Legends, Oxford University Press, USA, paperback retold by James Riordan, ©1994, revised 2001, 144 pages. Also from the AAM Storytelling Core Korean Tales.

Korean Cultural Heritage, http://www.chf.or.kr/en/c5/sub3.jsp, The Korean Foundation/Articles: Thoughts and Religion, A Rich Communal Heritage, by Im Dong-kwon; Pattern and Practices of Village Rites, Chang Chong-ryong, Doogan Printing Business Unit, Seoul, Koreana, 1987, edition 1995, 1996.

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