Traditional Slovak Folktales
David L. Cooper, Pavol Dobšinský
M.E. Sharpe, Jan 1, 2001 - Social Science - 297 pages
The folktale characters of Popolvar and Johnny Pea may not be as well known as Rumpelstiltskin, nor Brother Birdie as beloved as the Ugly Duckling, but their Slovak heritage is as rich in charm and piquancy as any in the world. This volume makes that folk culture available for English-language readers.
Most of the fifty tales assembled here from the collections of folklorist Pavol Dobsinsky are translated into English for the first time. The poetic qualities of the originals have been preserved for the reader's delight, and the book includes an insightful introduction to the genres of the folktale and the specifics of Slovak tales.
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David Cooper translates fifty marvelous Slovak folktales into colloquial English. The time and thought he placed into this book is exhibited to the reader through end notes and an informative ... Read full review
The Enchanted Forest
Stovey the Fool
The Spinner of Gold
The Gypsy Duped the Devil
Radiiz and Ludmila
The Golden Horseshoe the Golden Feather and the Golden Hair
The Tale of the Foolish Woman
The Man Who Never Sinned
The Shorn Nanny Goat and the Hedgehog
The Old Man and the Twelve Sheep
The Twelve Months
The Wooden Cow
Lomidrevo or Valibuk
The Bear and the Mosquito
The Little Deer
We Three Brothers
BladderBlatherskite and His Friends
The Sorceress Queen
Old Bodrik and the Wolf
A Pair of Equal Beauty
Klinko and Kompit King
Kinglet Cooklet and Ashlet
The Old Maid and the Devil
A Womans Wit
The Toads Godmother
Salt over Gold
The Tinkers and the Evil One
The Honest Valach
Petor and the Heavenly Father in the Wide Vale
The King of Time
The Baca and the Dragon
The GoldenHorned Stag
The Dead Suitor
Popolvar the Greatest in the World
Classifications and Commentaries to the Tales
Tale Collection in NineteenthCentury Slovakia and the Origin of Traditional Slovak Folktales
Slovak Countries in Nineteenth Century AustroHungary
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Traditional Slovak Folktales
Traditional Slovak Folktales. Collected by Pavol Dobsinsky. Ed. and Trans. David L. Cooper. (Armonk, NY: ME Sharpe, 2001. Pp. xxx + 297, bibliogr.
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