19th Century Macedonian Folktales
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.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
The Fox with One Hundred Ideas and the Badger with Two Ideas
The Tom Cat Who Became a Saintly Monk
44 other sections not shown
able answered arrived asked barber became become began believe Book bread brother called carried curse daughter dear decided devil died dinner doctor don't donkey door drink exclaimed explained eyes father finally follow gave give hand happened head heard hearing heaven Holy hundred husband I'll idea invited judge keep king land leave Listen live look Lord Macedonian man's married matter mind monks morning mother mountain mule never night once passed person poor priest realised replied returned rich round Silyan snake soon St Peter started stork Story tell thank that's there's thing thought told took town turned village wait walked wife Wolf woman young