19th Century Macedonian Folktales

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Macquarie University School of Modern Languages, 1991 - Tales - 271 pages
A selection of 66 folktales collected by Cepenkov, who dedicated his life to the collection and preservation of Macedonian folk literature, translated into English for the first time by Fay Thomev. The first title in the TMacquarie University Publications in Macedonian Literature' series.

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