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  1. Kánagssuaq
  2. The guillemot that could talk
  3. Anarteq
  4. Tungujuluk and saunikoq
  5. Puagssuaq
  6. âtârssuaq
  7. ángángŬjuk
  8. Atdlarneq, the great glutton
  9. The two little outcasts
  10. The eagle and the whale
  11. Qasiagssaq, the great liar
  12. Kâgssagssuk, the homeless boy who became a strong man
  13. The wife who lied
  14. Nerrivik
  15. The thunder spirits
  16. Artuk, who did all forbidden things
  17. The men who changed wives
  18. Pâtussorssuaq, who killed his uncle
  19. Papik, who killed his wife's brother
  20. The soul that lived in the bodies of all beasts
  21. The man who stabbed his wife in the leg
  22. The inland-dwellers of etah
  23. The giant dog
  24. Kumagdlak and the living arrows
  25. Atungait, who went a-wandering
  26. The man who went out to search for his son
  27. The man who avenged the widows
  28. How the fog came
  29. The woman with the iron tail
  30. The man who became a star
  31. The great bear
  32. The man who took a vixen to wife
  33. The raven who wanted a wife
  34. íkardlítuarssuk
  35. Ukaleq
  36. Asalôq
  37. Makíte
  38. When the ravens could speak
  39. The raven and the goose
  40. The boy from the bottom of the sea, who frightened the people of the house to death
  41. The dwarfs
  42. The very obstinate man
  43. The insects that wooed a wifeless man
  44. Isigâligârssik
  45. Qalagánguasê, who passed to the land of ghosts
  46. ímarasugssuaq, who ate his wives
  47. The woman who had a bear as a foster-son
  48. Kúnigseq
  49. Qujâvârssuk
  50. Nukúnguasik, who escaped from the tupilak
  51. The coming of men, a long, long while ago
  52. The two friends who set off to travel round the world
  53. Introduction
  54. Title Page