The Sea King's Daughter: A Russian Legend
Long ago in the river port city of Novgorod the Great, there lived a musician named Sadko. Called daily to the feasts of the city's rich merchants, Sadko would play his twelve-string gusli to the gay dancing of many a fair maiden. But the Maidens were rich and Sadko was poor, and not one it them would think of being his.
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This was a lovely fairy tale – a beautifully illustrated version of a Russian legend with which I was not previously familiar. The story is of a classic type – young man enters an unfamiliar world ... Read full review