Who's afraid of the big bad ... hyena?
Eti Dayan, a tour guide who splits her life between Africa and Israel, is preserving folktales from Kenya's Maasai tribe and from far-flung Pacific communities in print and online.
One thing that bothers Israeli-born Eti Dayan is not knowing the ending of a children’s story told by the Maasai tribe in Kenya, which reminds her of the story of Little Red Riding Hood. In the Maasai tale, instead of a big bad European wolf, there is a bad hyena that devours goats (“Why do you have a black snout?" he is asked. "Because I ate from the pot and got...
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