Story: Origin of the radio

Historia: Origen del radio

Object Details

Subject LanguageHup
Language PID(s)ailla:119685
Title [Indigenous]Hup nuh hib'ahap pïnïg
Language of Indigenous Titlejup
TitleStory: Origin of the radio
Language Community
Country(ies)Brazil
Place CreatedTat Deh, Rio Tiquié
Date Created2003
Description [Indigenous]
Language of Indigenous Description
DescriptionHenrique tells the story of how the radio came to exist: A man's body was eaten by a jaguar; his kinsfolk found his head and tried to carry it with them. Possessed by the jaguar, the head caused trouble until they gave it to some soldiers, who put it inside a set of wooden boxes. From inside, it spoke, creating the first radio.
GenresNarrative
Source Notenotebook 4.107; notebook 6.(6)
References
Contributor(s) Individual / RoleEpps, Patience (Researcher)
Monteiro, Henrique (Speaker)
Contributor(s) Corporate / Role

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