Ti Malice and Bouki
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In Haitian folklore, Ti Malice is a trickster character, nemesis of Uncle Bouki or Tonton Bouqui. While Ti Malice is smart and guileful, Uncle Bouki while hardworking is also very greedy. It is the apt manipulation of this greed that allows Ti Malice to often best Uncle Bouki. These characters are said to be a split of Anansi, the trickster character of the Ashanti of Ghana.
- "Haiti Literature" (PDF). Teaching for Change. Retrieved 13 December 2015.
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