Tales of Serbian Life
First published in 1919, Tales of Serbian Life is one of two popular illustrated books by ELLEN CHIVERS DAVIES (b. 1889), author of Our Friends at the Farm. Tales of Serbian Life contains three stories set in the Serbian countryside: "The Little House at Novo Selo," "The Villa Golub," and "Stefan the Cowherd." These fictional tales, suitable for readers of all ages, offer a glimpse into the daily lives of those living in Eastern Europe.
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