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Hungarian folk tales.

Author: Gyula Ortutay
Publisher: Budapest, Corvina [©1962]
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Ortutay, Gyula.
Hungarian folk tales.
Budapest, Corvina [©1962]
(OCoLC)576103234
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gyula Ortutay
OCLC Number: 1403883
Description: 544 pages illustrations 19 cm
Contents: The prince who sought immortality --
The serpent prince --
The golden-haired twins --
The peasant lad --
Peter Flower --
Evening, midnight, and dawn --
The magic ox and his master --
The tree that reached heavenwards --
The shepherd and the emperor's daughter --
The little fawn and his sister --
How the goosegirl became queen --
The little swineherd --
The young man who kept his dream a secret --
The boy who was laid in a coffin --
The painted hall --
Larkspur and violet --
The devil's sweetheart --
The old fisherman and his ambitious wife --
Pantsy-Mantsy --
The devil's nine questions --
Nell and Mike --
The three fools --
Then say it was hay! or, The story of a shrew --
A shepherd's tale --
The lazy cat --
The man who attended meetings --
God bless you! --
Little Claus and Big Claus --
Rich man, poor man. John the strong --
John the servant --
The little mill --
Dongó and Mohácsi --
The gipsy's adventures in heaven and hell --
Shrewder than his father --
The barber and the poor man --
How two churls robbed the shepherd of his donkey --
The three deaf men --
The three monks --
Death and the old woman --
Now, that's a bit too thick! --
My father's wedding --
The foal's egg of Rátót --
King Matthias' golden-fleeced lamb --
King Matthias and the Szekler's daughter --
Two stories about King Matthias --
King Matthias and the young village mayor --
King Matthias and the cantor of Cinkota --
Only once was there a dog-market in Buda --
King Matthias and the young lad --
The noblemen and the rushes --
King Matthias and the dyspeptic bishop --
Kossuth and the squires --
The three bundles --
When will thraldom [i.e. thralldom] end? --
Saint Peter wants to be God --
Saint Peter and the bees --
Why does the peasant have to work so hard? --
The origin of the English language --
The priest and the mowing --
The wattled the fence --
The two chums --
The fox, the bear, and the poor man --
King cat --
The little round sausage --
The half-flayed goat --
The little cock and the diamond halfpenny --
How the little cock uprooted the hedge --
The little bird and the twig.
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