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legend of the whale

Ian Stansfield

legend of the whale

by Ian Stansfield

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Published by D. Bateman in Buderim, Qld., Australia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Whales -- Fiction.,
  • Animals -- Fiction.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementIan Stansfield.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.S79324 Le 1985
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[40] p. :
    Number of Pages40
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2631951M
    ISBN 100908610548
    LC Control Number85203494

    Synopsis The film's plot follows the story of Paikea Apirana ("Pai") [In the book, her name is Kahu, short for Kahutia Te Rangi], a year-old girl who is the only living child in the line of the tribe's chiefly succession following the death of her twin brother and mother when she was born. One relationship in particular -- that between the whale rider and his giant whale -- was exemplary of a symbiotic connection. This whale rider casts spears as life-giving objects to the islands, but one spear he casts years into the future, which is the time of the story’s young heroine Kahu. The focus shifts to .

      The legend of the stökkull probably dates back to tall tales of flying fishes. It may be inspired by sperm whales, Risso’s dolphins, and killer whales to various extents. Today stökkull is used in Iceland to refer to a number of harmless dolphins and porpoises. References. Davidsson, O. () The Folk-lore of Icelandic Fishes. The Scottish. A similar tale is told by the Old English poem "The Whale", where the monster appears under the name is apparently a variant of Aspidochelone, and the name given to the Devil. [citation needed] The poem has an unknown author, and is one of three poems in the Old English Physiologus, also known as the Bestiary, in the Exeter Book, folio 96bb, that are allegorical in nature.

    Over the course of history whales have played many roles in the perspectives of varying cultures and societies. Stories of whales destroying ships and swallowing humans can often be heard in many folklores tales. While others believe that whales are gods, deities and divine spirits that bring peace, luck and harmony to their tribes and [ ]. Book Now and Join us for the whale watching or deep sea fishing encounter of a lifetime. With over 30 years experience on the ocean, Legend Charters invites you on board Dhu Force to enjoy a legendary adventure the one you will remember for years to come.


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