Baba Yaga's geese, and other Russian stories. Translated and adapted by Bonnie Carey. Illustrated by Guy Fleming.
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UNIV General stacks
Contes -- Russie.
Folklore -- Russia.
Folklore -- Russie.
Russes -- Folklore.
Tales -- Russia.
128 pages illustrations 25 cm
"List of Russian sources": pages 127-128.
Retells thirty-two Russian tales featuring traditional folk characters and themes.
Adventures of Russian boys and girls. Baba Yaga's geese -- Lipuniushka -- Don't foul the well, you may need its waters -- An adventure with Evseika -- Khavroshechka -- Little Filipp -- Masha and the bear -- Pipe and pitcher.
Extraordinary animals. The rooster and the bean -- The cuckoo and the eagle -- The wolf and the cat -- The dog and the horse -- Thousands of ideas -- The story of the brave little rabbit, Squint Eyes--Flop Ears--Stub Tail -- Catch-the-Wind -- The traveling frog -- The fox and the rolling pin -- The heron and the crane -- The fox, the rabbit, and the rooster -- He who likes to bite and hiss will always go astray and miss -- Terenti, the black grouse -- The protector of the mice -- A tale of two frogs -- The new law -- A forest mansion -- Going fishing.
Quick wit and clever people. Boiled axe -- A shrewd woman -- Shish and the innkeeper -- How fire took water to wife -- The peasant and the bear -- Russian riddles.
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