bullet"’Once upon a time,’ she began, all the birds were invited to a feast in the sky,’"
as Achebe renders the traditional Igbo folktale opening into English.
bulletThe story explains a cause, origin, or reason for something--gives an "etiological
explanation...at the end" (
Obiechina)--i.e. for why the tortoise shell is "'not smooth.'"
bulletThe story dramatizes a moral: greedy Tortoise, '"full of cunning,'" manages to trick
the birds out of all the food at the feast,but for his selfishness he is punished.
Tortoise falls from the sky and "’His shell broke into pieces.’"
bulletIn folktale worlds, such "naughty," but not "irredeemably" wicked characters, as
Achebe describes Tortoise
(qtd. in Baker and Draper 22), are often restored and/or
reintegrated back into society: i.e. "'a great medicine-man in the neighbourhood'"
patches Tortoise’s shell together again.
 
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Typology Citations to Statutory Provisions
Don’t Say Gay La. Stat. Ann. § 17:281(A) (2013); S.C. Code Ann. § 59-32-30(A)(5) (2016).
No Promo Homo Ariz. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 15-716(C) (2014).
Anti-Homo Ala. Code § 16-40A-2(c)(8) (LexisNexis 2012); Ariz. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 15-716(C); Miss. Code Ann. § 37-13-171(2)(e) (2013); Okla. Stat. Ann. tit. 70, § 11-103.3(D)(1) (West 2013); Tex. Health & Safety Code Ann. §§ 85.007(b)(2), 163.002(8) (West 2011).
Promo Hetero Fla. Stat. § 1003.46(2)(a) (2016); 105 Ill. Comp. Stat. Ann. 5/27-9.1(c)(2) (West 2012); N.C. Gen. Stat. § 115C-81 (2015).
Abstinence Until “Marriage” Ala. Code § 16-40A-2; Ark. Code Ann. § 6-18-703 (2013); Fla. Stat. § 1003.46(2)(a); Ind. Code §§ 20-30-5-13, 20-34-3-17(a) (2015); La. Stat. Ann. § 17:281; Mich. Comp. Laws Ann. § 380.1507 (West 2013); Miss. Code Ann. § 37-13-171; Mo. Rev. Stat. § 170.015 (2015); N.C. Gen. Stat. § 115C-81; N.D. Cent. Code § 15.1-21-24 (2015); Ohio Rev. Code Ann. § 3313.6011 (West 2012); S.C. Code Ann. § 59-32-30(A); Tenn. Code Ann. § 49-6-1304 (2016); Tex. Health & Safety Code Ann. §§ 85.007, 163.002; Utah Code Ann. § 53A-13-101 (Lex­isNexis 2016); Va. Code Ann. § 22.1-207.1 (2016); Wis. Stat. § 118.019 (2016).
bullet"’Once upon a time,’ she began, all the birds were invited to a feast in the sky,’"
as Achebe renders the traditional Igbo folktale opening into English.
bulletThe story explains a cause, origin, or reason for something--gives an "etiological
explanation...at the end" (
Obiechina)--i.e. for why the tortoise shell is "'not smooth.'"
bulletThe story dramatizes a moral: greedy Tortoise, '"full of cunning,'" manages to trick
the birds out of all the food at the feast,but for his selfishness he is punished.
Tortoise falls from the sky and "’His shell broke into pieces.’"
bulletIn folktale worlds, such "naughty," but not "irredeemably" wicked characters, as
Achebe describes Tortoise
(qtd. in Baker and Draper 22), are often restored and/or
reintegrated back into society: i.e. "'a great medicine-man in the neighbourhood'"
patches Tortoise’s shell together again.
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bullet"’Once upon a time,’ she began, all the birds were invited to a feast in the sky,’"
as Achebe renders the traditional Igbo folktale opening into English.
bulletThe story explains a cause, origin, or reason for something--gives an "etiological
explanation...at the end" (
Obiechina)--i.e. for why the tortoise shell is "'not smooth.'"
bulletThe story dramatizes a moral: greedy Tortoise, '"full of cunning,'" manages to trick
the birds out of all the food at the feast,but for his selfishness he is punished.
Tortoise falls from the sky and "’His shell broke into pieces.’"
bulletIn folktale worlds, such "naughty," but not "irredeemably" wicked characters, as
Achebe describes Tortoise
(qtd. in Baker and Draper 22), are often restored and/or
reintegrated back into society: i.e. "'a great medicine-man in the neighbourhood'"
patches Tortoise’s shell together again.
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