Tall Tail of Paul Bunyan

Brandon Milks, Core 1, 4-30-2014

Background Information of Paul Bunyan

Paul Bunyan is a lumber jack figure in North America. One of the most famous and popular North American folklore heroes, he is usually described as a giant as well as a lumberjack of unusual skill, and is often  in stories by his animal companion, Babe the Blue Ox

Questions pg. 1077

1.  The origin is that Paul Bunyan is a big man and chops lumber.
2.   Paul Bunyan is clever and strong because he can chop wood for a lon time and he has ways to get it done fast.
3. He dived into the lake and swam to where a solid piller of water was coming down. He dived under this pillers, swam up into it and climbed with powerful swimming strokes and turned it off.
4.Yes, by the way the author rights the story it seems based on a real story
5 He could build a shelter for people that dont have a home or shelter.


The summary of the tall tail Paul Bunyan is about a guy who works all day on a rail road and Paul Bunyan wants to see if he can get the done faster with a sledge hammer or a machine in the end he uses the sledge hammer, the sledge hammer ends up killing Paul Bunyan

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