Russian folklore

by Yury Matvyeevich Sokolov

Publisher: Macmillan

Written in English
Published: Pages: 760 Downloads: 323
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A history and analysis of Russian folklore.

Statementtranslated from the Russian by CatherineRuth Smith.
SeriesRussian Translation Project of the American Council of Learned Societies series
The Physical Object
Number of Pages760
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18850748M

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Folklore of Russia is folklore of Russians and other ethnic groups of Russia. Russian folklore takes its roots in the pagan beliefs of ancient Slavs and now is represented in the Russian fairy tales.

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Nov 23,  · I became interested in Russian fairy tales from admiring beautiful hand painted, lacquered Russian boxes on a web site which included snippets of the fairy tales which the decorations portrayed.

How fortunate that I could find this large book of Russian fairy tales translated into English for /5(75). Variations: Polevoi, Polievik, Poludnitsa, Poludnica The Polevik or Polevoi (from pole, “field”) is the Russian spirit of fields, plains, and noontime.

His appearance varies considerably. In Belozersk District and the northern forest regions he is a man dressed in white.

Jul 26,  · Russian folklore comes from the Slavic pagan tradition. Main themes of Russian folklore include the journey of the hero, the triumph of kindness and humble attitude over the clergy's arrogance, and the dual nature of Baba Yaga, Russian folklore book initially symbolized Mother Nature but was depicted by Christians as a scary creature.

Russia has such a wide and rich collection of folklore due largely to folklorist Alexander Afanasyev, who published more than Russian folk tales and fairy tales, and thanks to British scholar, Robert Steele, who gathered and anthologized numerous folk tales from the region into the fairy tale collection known as The Russian Garland.

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The term can be used in many different forms to determine the type of tale or story being told. A volshebnaya skazka [fairy tale]. Russian ladies, the subject of countless spam emails – pretty, submissive, great housekeepers – any conservative man’s dream.

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Another contribution in cooperation with the American Council of Learned Societies, to our fuller knowledge of the series of texts now in use in Soviet schools.

This is not a collection of Russian folk tales and songs, but a definitive exposition of the nature of Russian folklore seen here as a peculiarly nationalistic expression of the people and a basis for the formation of a political.

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Jul 11,  · In Russian folklore, Koschei is an evil person of ugly senile appearance, menacing principally young women. The spelling in Russian and other Slavic languages suggests that his name may be derived from the word "kost'" - bone, thus suggesting a skeleton-like appearance. The Study of Russian Folklore (Slavistic Printings and Reprintings, Band 4) Oinas, Felix J.

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FOREWORD. In Russia, as elsewhere in the world, folklore is rapidly scattering before the practical spirit of modern progress. The traveling peasant bard or story teller, and the devoted "nyanya", the beloved nurse of many a generation, are rapidly dying out, and with them the tales and legends, the last echoes of the nation's early joys and sufferings, hopes and fears, are passing away.

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Jun 21,  · Different Russian folklore shows take place throughout the year in Moscow and St. Petersburg, including dance, music and Russian traditions. In this article I will explain to you which the most popular shows are and how to buy the tickets/5(4).

Welcome to our index of 32 of the most famous Russian Fairy tales. Below you can find links to the fairy tales and the complete story translated into English.

The stories are famous original Russian children's stories and fairy tales; the translations are our own original translations directly from Russian to English. We're sure that you will. May 06,  · Below you are either being asked to login or register.

If you don’t yet have login, register and then come back. Please Log In or Register to continue. Jul 03,  · Russian oral epics are called "Bylinas" and were compiled by Ivan Sakharov.

They feature a different set of heroes and antagonists than the tales. For Old Russian paganism (Perun, Veles, Dazhdbog etc.) get any book on Russian history. "The Rise of the Russian Empire" by Saki does contain an exhausting overview in the very beginning.

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This book is atmospheric, lush in Russian folklore, culture, and language. In the last semester, I took a Russian culture class. Through studying Russian culture, I learned about Russian folk religion in rural regions.

What is a Domovoi. In this article we take a look at the Domovoi, one of the most mysterious creatures in Russian folklore. Kikimora, Domovoi, Baccoo, and Other Strange and Spooky Creatures.

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Slavic Russian myth stories, fairy tales heroes, nature pagan spirits, creatures folklore: Vodyanoy, Leshy, Baba Yaga, Koschei the Deathless, Kikimora information.

Deathless by Catherynne M Valente. I'm not Russian but I grew up reading Russian folktales and Deathless is one of my most favourite books ever.

It's a historical fantasy touching up on different folklore characters like Baba Yaga and Koschei the deathless and it reimagines Russia during the Second World War. It's absolutely brilliant.Russian Folklore Book Cover.

Illustration, Character Design, Editorial Design. I was commissioned by Alchemy&Ink to create an exclusive illustrated book cover for their subscription box themed Revolutions&Retellings. My illustration and lettering was inspired by the dark and enchanting story of Vasilisa the Beautiful.Russian Folklore All about Russian (and sometimes Belorussian and Ukrainian) folklore, tales, songs, mythology, traditions, and history.

English is not my first language so here you also will find funny and strange grammar mistakes.