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The Dinkard.

The Dinkard.

The original Pahlavi text; the same transliterated in Zend characters; translations of the text in the Gujrati and English languages; a commentary and a glossary of select terms.

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Published by Printed at the Duftur Ashkara Press in Bombay .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementBy Peshotan dastur Behramjee Sanjana ... Published under the patronage of the Sir Jamshedji Jeejeebhai translation fund.
ContributionsSanjānā, Peshotan dastur Bahrāmji, 1829-1898, ed. and tr., Sanjānā, Dārāb dastur Peshotan, 1857-1931, ed. and tr., Kohiyār, Ratanshāh Erachshāh, tr.
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LC ClassificationsPK6197 .D5
The Physical Object
Pagination v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6458238M
LC Control Number43028240
OCLC/WorldCa6239048

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The Palm-Wine Drinkard () About book: This is a fascinating book, in many ways unlike anything I have ever read and yet also very familiar. The book is narrated by the Drinkard. The first thing that strikes you (within the opening sentences) is that this is a non-judgemental world. Denkard, Book Five An account of this is given in the biography of the prophet Zartosht in the 7th volume of the original Pahlavi Denkard.

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Text in [] added by JHP. Addeddate Identifier ThePalmWineDrinkardAndMyLifeInTheBushOfGhostsAmosTutuola Identifier-ark ark://t2dv0m Ocr ABBYY FineReader Nigerian author Amos Tutuola published his novel The Palm-Wine Drinkard inand this novel is credited with being the first African novel published in English outside of Africa.

The Palm-Wine Drinkard, in full The Palm-Wine Drinkard and His Dead Palm-Wine Tapster in the Dead’s Town, novel by Amos Tutuola, published in and since translated into many languages. Written in the English of the Yoruba oral tradition, the novel was the first Nigerian book to achieve international fame.

The Drinkard surname, although gained through a Native American ancestor, has British origins with a meaning that alludes to the running of water.

Nitcholas Drinkard was born to a part Dutch, part African-American, mother Susan Bell Drinkard (née Fuller, b. ) and a full Native American father John Drinkard Jr. ).Genres: Gospel. The Palm-wine Drinkard is a myth and cannot really be read as a novel.

It is in style and contents very similar to the numerous myths relayed by Joseph Campbell in his volumes of Mythology, The Masks of God. But Amos Tutola offers no explanations and so the reader is left in the by: The earliest known Drinkard ancestor was in America in This webpage quotes directly from the book “The Drinkards in the United States – Their History and Genealogy” written in by Charles Arthur Drinkard.

In his book he states that “the Drinkards have been pioneers in many states, helping to. This classic novel tells the phantasmagorical story of an alcoholic man and his search for his dead palm-wine tapster.

As he travels through the land of the dead, he encounters a host of supernatural and often terrifying beings - among them the complete gentleman who returns his body parts to their owners and the insatiable hungry-creature.

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