Fairy Tales and Myths of the Bering Strait Chukchi
Alexander B. Dolitsky
Alaska-Siberia Research Center, 1997 - Fiction - 136 pages
"Fairy Tales and Myths of the Bering Strait Chukchi," edited by Alexander B. Dolitsky and translated by Henry N. Michael, is a creative compilation of traditional stories of the aboriginal peoples of the Chukchi peninsula.
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