Anonymous (1973). “Kandep School Children, Legends and Fables.” Oral History 1(2): 17-55. This article presents myths of the Enga People. *
Biersack, A. (1998). “Sacrifice and regeneration among Ipilis: The view from Tipinini.” In: Goldman et al., pp. 43-66. This chapter discusses the mythology of the Ipili People.
Clark, J. (1993). Gold, sex, and pollution: male illness and myth at Mt Kare, Papua New Guinea. American Ethnologist 20: 742-757. This article discusses the mythology of the Enga People. *
Dlugosz [Diugosz?], Maria (1998).Mae Enga myths and Christ’s message: fullness of life in Mae Enga mythology and Christ the life (Jn 10:10). Series: Studia Instituti Missiologici Societatis Verbi Divini 66. Nettetal: Steyler Verlag, 302 pp., illustrated. This was also printed as a thesis at Pontificia Universitas Gregoriana (Vatican City) in 1995. * Out of print: Search Amazon.com for this book.
Feil, D. K. (1997). Enga genesis. Journal de la Sociétédes Océanistes 104: 67-78. This articles discusses the mythology of the Enga People. *
Gibbs, Philip (2007). Chanted tales. Papua New Guinea Yearbook 2007, pp. 47-51, illustrated. This article describes the chanted folktales that from Enga Province and adjacent parts of Southern Highlands Province and Eastern Highlands Province. *
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Gibbs, Philip (1978).Kaunala Tape: Toward a Theological Reflection on a New Guinea Initiation Myth. Master’s Thesis, Catholic Theological Institute, Chicago. *
Kamimura, Toru (1988). The immigrant hero legends and cosmology among the Saka Enga. Man and Culture in Oceania 4: 91-109. This article discusses the mythology of the Enga People. *
Kopilyo, Roto (1978). “Wapanamanda District, Enga Province.” Oral History 6(3): 53. This article presents a myth of the Enga People.
Ninji, Lucy J. (1977). “From Enga Language, Enga Province.” Oral History 5(3): 115-116. This article presents a myth of the Enga People.
Lacey, Roderic John (1974). A question of origins: An exploration of some oral traditions of the Enga of New Guinea.” Journal of Pacific History 9: 39-54. This article discusses the mythology of the Enga People. *
Meggitt, Mervin J. (1976). “A duplicity of demons: Sexual and familial roles expressed in Western Enga stories.” In: Man and Woman in the New Guinea Highlands, Brown, Paula & Buchbinder, Georgeda, eds. Special Publication Number 8. Washington, DC: American Anthropological Association, pp. 63-85. This chapter discusses the mythology of the Enga People. * Out of print.
Pulipilya, Stephen (1978). “An Enga Volcano Story.” Oral History 6(3): 54. This article presents a myth of the origin of Lake Birip, from the Enga People.
Wiessner, Polly & Tumu, Akii (1998).Historical Vines: Enga Networks of Exchange, Ritual, and Warfare in Papua New Guinea. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institute Press, 494 pp., illustrated. This book discusses the oral history of the Enga People (pp. 25-42). In Print!