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This book contains the broadest selection of Russian and other Slavic fairy tales and legends currently in print, with sixty-eight stories, ten newly translated. Even those who have read all of the Afanasiev collection of Russian Fairy Tales will find something new—four stories never before published in English. It includes a detailed glossary, an introduction, and a ...more
Kindle Edition, 440 pages
Published September 12th 2010 by Forest Tsar Press
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This seems to be a pretty good mix of fairy tales and there was obviously a lot of thought that went into the research and translation. There's a great glossary in the back. It was written as a textbook for his class, though, and I kind of wish that he'd also published the syllabus with it too, because reading them through felt a little hollow with no purpose in mind other than to familiarize myself.
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Ace G. Pilkington has published over one hundred poems, articles, reviews, and short stories in five countries. He is an active member of the Science Fiction Writers of America, and the author of Screening Shakespeare from Richard II to Henry V. His essays are included in Cambridge University Press's Shakespeare and the Moving Image, and in McFarland’s Star Trek as Myth, and The Films of James ...more
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