EBOOK / PDF Traditional Slovak Folktales Folklore and Folk Cultures of Eastern Europe BY David L. Cooper


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David Cooper translates fifty marvelous Slovak folktales into collouial English The time and Thought He Placed Into he laced into book is exhibited to the reader through #end notes and an informative introduction as well as an appendix concerning the genesis of #notes and an informative introduction as well as an appendix concerning the genesis of collection in Slovakia His Slavic Folklore class at UIUC has exposed me to various tales largely unknown in the West in addition to Cinderella and other variants of o. This delightful collection makes the rich but little known Slovak folk culture available for English language readers Most of the fifty tales assembled here rich but little known Slovak folk culture available for English language readers Most of the fifty tales assembled here the collections of folklorist Pavol Dobsinsky are translat. ,