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1. What do you think is the most prevalent lesson provided in the story?

2. In your opinion, does this performance count as a legitimate representation of the Oral Tradition? Does the fact that it was produced for money change the motive of the performance? Do you think it was tailored to the paying audience's needs/desires?

3. Try analyzing the story with another approach. What keys to performance exist for the Performance Theory to study? How would a an Ethnopoetic script aid your comprehension?

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