Ukrainian Folk Tales

In this post, we will see the book Ukrainian Folk Tales.

About the book

This book is a collection of various folk tales from Ukraine. The folk tales have many magical object and animals. The book is beautifully illustrated.

The book was translated by Anatole Bilenko and edited by Olga Shartse. The book was illustrated and designed by Roman Adamovich. The book was published in 1974 by Dnipro Publishers.

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You can get the book here.

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Contents

PAN KOTSKY THE PUSS-0-CAT 7
FOXY-LOXY AND PALSY-WOLFIE 10
THE GOAT AND THE RAM 16
KOLOBOK THE JOHNNYCAKE 18
KOTHIROSHKO ROLLIPEA OH 32
THE WHEAT-EAR 42
THE MAGIC EGG 44
ILYA MUROMETS AND NIGHTINGALE THE ROBBER 55
THE LITTLE SHEPHERD 63
BORIS SON O’THREE 66
THE GOLEEN SLIPPER 75
THE POOR MAN AND THE RAVEN CZAR 81
THE POOR MAN AND HIS SONS 88
THE POOR LAD AND oan MERCHANT MARKO 94
DANILO WHO HAD NO LUCK 100
A TALE ABOUT THE LITTLE LINDEN TREE AND THE GREEDY OLD WOMAN 108
A TALE ABOUT THE STOLEN POSTOLI AND THE BOILED EGGS 110
MISERY 114
THE FARM 117

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