The portray of step parents and step children in selected kifumbira folktales
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This research was carried out from kisoro district, south western Uganda among the bafumbira society. The Bafumbira society’s lived before the writing era and they used orator in their daily lifestyle as an instructive tool to impact cultural values and morals from generation to generation. However oral literature was undermined by most scholars in favor of written literature because of the euro-centric scholarship that considered oral literature as backward, sheer and barbaric hence could belong to anthropology but not literature in the traditional sense of word In my study, the main focus is on folktales hence the study of the portrayal of stepparents and step children among the selected kifumbira folktales.