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Sixty Folk-Tales from Slavonic Sources is a book by English clergyman and Slavonic scholar Albert Wratislaw. First published in 1890, the book is a collection of sixty folk-tales, split into the following stories: Bohemian; Moravian; Hungarian-Slovenish; Upper and Lower Lusatian; Kashubian; Polish; White Russian; Little Russian Stories (from Galicia); Little Russian Stories (from South Russia); Great Russian; Bulgarian; Serbian; Serbian Stories From Bosnia; Serbian Stories From Carniola; Croatian; and, Illyrian-Slovenish. Wratislaw took the tales in this book from Karel Jaromír Erben's 1865 book 'One Hundred Slavic Folk Tales and Legends in Original Dialects'.
This book has 106,464 words, 192 pages in the PDF version, and was originally published in 1890.
Production notes: This ebook of Sixty Folk-Tales from Slavonic Sources was published by Global Grey in 2018, and updated on the 25th November 2022. The artwork used for the cover is 'Oyster near Dravograd' by Lojze Šušmelj.
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