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Milk from the Bull's Horn

Tales of Nurturing Men

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Cover art for Milk from the Bull's Horn - Jack in a tree, watching his beloved bull fight a bear

"Depicts the compassionate, gentle, intimate, and nurturing side of its male protagonists....
Recommended."
--Library Journal

"Animated!" - Booklist
Are men in folk tales always competitive, brutish and domineering? Here are six Jewish, Sufi, Irish and Appalachian stories that portray men and male images with their true strength intact.

Through magic and music, boldness and bear-hugs, these men share, enlighten, and triumph.

Contents

How I Learned to Study Torah (on the Hasidic Stories Home Page)
An apparently fierce rabbi motivates an unwilling student through affection.
The Man Who Had No Story
An Irish traveller has a dream-like meeting with a magical but supportive old man--and learns confidence in his own story.
The Sword of Wood (on the Hasidic Stories Home Page)
A poor, peace-loving man outwits the king's attempts to force him into despair and violence, and is made the king's adviser.
Mayn Yingele (My Little Boy)
In this translation of a song by Yiddish poet Morris Rosenfeld, a working father expresses his grief for what he misses of his son's life.
The Dervish in the Ditch
Having been run into a ditch by a wealthy man's carriage, a Persian holy man gives a surprisingly loving response.
Jack and the Bull
At the heart of this Appalachian tale is the image of the Bull--strong, nurturing, and yet helping Jack achieve his independence. This tale is described briefly in an article from the Boston Globe Magazine, How the Tale Got Told.


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