4 edition of Russian fairy tales found in the catalog.
Russian fairy tales
AfanasК№ev, A. N.
Reprint. 2nd hardcover ed. originally published in 1975.
|Statement||translated by Norbert Guterman from the collections of Aleksandr Afanasʹev ; illustrations by Alexander Alexeieff ; folkloristic commentary by Roman Jakobson.|
|Series||Pantheon fairy tale & folklore library|
|Contributions||Guterman, Norbert, 1900-1984., Alexeieff, Alexandre, 1901-1982., Jakobson, Roman, 1896-1982.|
|LC Classifications||GR202 .A6613 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||661 p. :|
|Number of Pages||661|
|LC Control Number||2006271176|
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ALEKSANDR AFANAS'EV () published his groundbreaking collection of Russian folktales and fairy tales in eight volumes, from to His success in polarizing Russian folklore and culture is reflected in the work of writers and composers from Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov to Igor Stravinsky/5(68).
Russian Fairy Tales is a delightful and comprehensive collection of stories from Russian folk tradition. I had such fun reading them--a few each day--and comparing them with tales from other European traditions.
It is interesting to look at the crossover and where differences occur. A brilliant book for readers of all ages/5.
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This book is not a complete collection of Russian fairytales as it has rather glaringly left out the story of the Phoenix, but perhaps it does require its own book. The pictures in the book as very subdued but I was assured that it is because that is what traditional Russian art looks by: 1.
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