Cossack Fairy Tales and Folk Tales (Google eBook)

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pubOne info LLC, Sep 15, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 320 pages
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The favourable reception given to my volume of Russian Fairy Tales has encouraged me to follow it up with a sister volume of stories selected from another Slavonic dialect extraordinarily rich in folk-tales I mean Ruthenian, the language of the Cossacks.
  

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Contents

THE STORY OF THE WIND
THE VOICES AT THE WINDOW
THE STORY OF LITTLE TSAR NOVISHNY THE FALSE SISTER AND THE FAITHFUL BEASTS
THE VAMPIRE AND ST MICHAEL
THE STORY OF TREMSIN THE BIRD ZHAR AND NASTASIA THE LOVELY MAID OF THE SEA
THE SERPENTWIFE
THE STORY OF UNLUCKY DANIEL
THE SPARROW AND THE BUSH
THE TSAR AND THE ANGEL
THE STORY OF IVAN AND THE DAUGHTER OF THE SUN
THE CAT THE COCK AND THE FOX
THE SERPENTTSAREVICH AND HIS TWO WIVES
THE ORIGIN OF THE MOLE
THE TWO PRINCES
THE UNGRATEFUL CHILDREN AND THE OLD FATHER WHO WENT TO SCHOOL AGAIN
IVAN THE FOOL AND ST PETERS FIFE

THE OLD DOG
THE FOX AND THE CAT
THE STRAW OX
THE GOLDEN SLIPPER
THE IRON WOLF
THE THREE BROTHERS
THE MAGIC EGG
THE STORY OF THE FORTYFIRST BROTHER
THE STORY OF THE UNLUCKY DAYS
THE WONDROUS STORY OF IVAN GOLIK AND THE SERPENTS
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