Monday, August 3, 2015

Tezen Nan Dlo

“Tezen Nan Dlo” is one of Haiti’s most popular folk tales. The Créole “te” indicates the past tense, and “zen” means “hook.” It is about hooking and being hooked. 


 
  
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The plots of such stories are simple. However, the fun is in the invention of the embellishments and variations that will hook an audience already well familiar with the tale.






Katy Anders at Fascist Dyke Motors 

has posted a modern Tezen 
(internet style) 
 




  

5 comments:

Mike aka Proof said...

Which is why I never buy green bananas!

Ron Russell said...

KI SA KI DIFERANS ANT YON KREYÒL E NEGRO? Yonn benefisye pase lòt la. Or who really gives a FU*k! I love the Creole people of south Louisiana!

cmblake6 said...

Interesting strip indeed!

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