The Russian wonderland: The Coq d'Or, The tale of the fisherman and the fish, The tale of Czar SaltÓn; a metrical translation from the Russian of Alexander Poushkin by Boris Brasol ... with an introduction by Clarence Manning
Pub. for the Poushkin Fund, inc. by the Paisley Press, 1936 - 62 pages
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art thou Barbaricha bark their loud beauty seldom seen beneath her hair BORIS BRASOL bound for lands Circassian comes their old cook Czar Dadon Czar Saltan Czardom of Saltan deceiver deep and blue distress I live eunuch fair isle Glides the Swan glowing gold gold cock gold fish Grow in nutshells Handsome manhood hast island of Bouyan isle jealous weaver land the joyful mail of glowing midge moon beneath neath noble Czar nuts nutshells of pure O'er the ocean O'er the waves old fisher old sea-mate old woman peacock she moves Poushkin Prince Gvidon roaring gales Speed Rules Gvidon Russian Wonderland salute thee sea a ship Shines a moon ship is sailing splashing squirrel star gleams fair strange Swan-Bird Talc There's thirty knights Three and thirty Tis most fair Valiant heroes waves the roaring waves the wind wee fish wee queen fish wild waves wind is wailing wonder young and tall