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Myths and folk-tales.

Author: Jeremiah Curtin
Publisher: New York : B. Blom, 1971.
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Curtin, Jeremiah, 1835-1906.
Myths and folk-tales.
New York : B. Blom, 1971
(OCoLC)895104246
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jeremiah Curtin
ISBN: 0405084145 9780405084140
OCLC Number: 159578
Notes: Reprint of the 1890 ed. published under title: Myths and folk-tales of the Russians, western Slavs, and Magyars.
Description: xxv, 555 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Russian myths and folk-tales. The three kingdoms : the copper, the silver, and the golden --
Ivan Tsarevich, the fire-bird, and the gray wolf --
Ivan the peasant's son and the little man himself one-finger tall, his mustache seven versts in length --
The feather of Bright Finist the falcon --
The pig with gold bristles, the deer with golden horns, and the golden-maned steed with golden tail --
Water of youth, water of life, and water of death --
The footless and blind champions --
The three kingdoms --
Koshchéi Without-Death --
Vassilissa Golden Tress, bareheaded beauty --
The ring with twelve screws --
The footless and the blind --
Koshchéi Without-Death --
Go to the verge of destruction and bring back Shmat-Razum --
Marya Morevna (variant of the rescue of Ivan Tsarevich and the winning of the colt) --
Yelena the wise --
The seven Simeons, full brothers --
The enchanted princess --
Vassilissa the cunning and the tsar of the sea. Chekh [Czech] myths and folk-tales. Boyislav, youngest of twelve --
The table, the pack, and the bag --
The king of the toads --
The mouse-hole and the underground kingdom --
The cuirassier and the horned princess --
The treacherous brothers. Magyar myths and folk-tales. The poor man and the king of the crows --
The useless wagoner --
Mikko, the king's son --
The reed maiden --
Kiss Miklos and the green daughter of the green king --
The hedgehog, the merchant, the king, and the poor man.
Other Titles: Myths and folk-tales of the Russians
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