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Traditional Slovak folktales

Author: David L Cooper; Pavol Dobšinský
Publisher: Armonk, N.Y. : M.E. Sharpe, ©2001.
Series: Folklores and folk cultures of Eastern Europe.
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A selection of 50 Slovak folk tales assembled from the collections of folklorist Pavol Dobsinsky. The translator seeks to preserve the poetic qualities of the originals, and the book includes an  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Folklore
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Traditional Slovak folktales.
Armonk, N.Y. : M.E. Sharpe, c2001
(OCoLC)606571993
Online version:
Traditional Slovak folktales.
Armonk, N.Y. : M.E. Sharpe, c2001
(OCoLC)609287178
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David L Cooper; Pavol Dobšinský
ISBN: 0765607182 9780765607188 0765607190 9780765607195
OCLC Number: 45304549
Description: xxx, 297 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: 1. The enchanted forest --
2. Two rascals --
3. The wizard --
4. Stovey the fool --
5. The spinner of gold --
6. The gypsy duped the devil --
7. Radúz and L'udmíla --
8. The golden horseshoe, the golden feather, and the golden hair --
9. Brother birdie --
10. Lomidrevo or Valibuk --
11. The bear and the mosquito --
12. The little deer --
13. Kubo's adventures --
14. Mataj --
15. Dalajláma --
16. We three brothers --
17. Lady kitty --
18. Bladder-Blatherskite and his friends --
19. Vintalko --
20. Sitno --
21. The people-eaters --
22. The sorceress queen --
23. Heavenly glory --
24. Old Bodrík and the wolf --
25. A pair of equal beauty --
26. Klinko and Kompit King --
27. Kinglet, Cooklet, and Ashlet --
28. The old maid and the devil --
29. The tale of the foolish woman --
30. Johnny Pea --
31. The man who never sinned --
32. Beautiful Ibronka --
33. The shorn nanny goat and the hedgehog --
34. The old man and the twelve sheep --
35. The twelve months --
36. The wooden cow --
37. A woman's wit --
38. The toad's Godmother --
39. The kids --
40. Salt over gold --
41. The tinkers and the evil one --
42. The honest Valach --
43. Auntie Death --
44. Petor and the Heavenly Father in the Wide Vale --
45. The king of time --
46. The Bača and the dragon --
47. The golden-horned stag --
48. Right --
49. The dead suitor --
50. Popolvár, the greatest in the world.
Series Title: Folklores and folk cultures of Eastern Europe.
Responsibility: collected by Pavol Dobsinsky ; edited and translated by David L. Cooper.

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