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Stories of Russian Folk-Life is a book by Scottish journalist and folklorist Donald Alexander Mackenzie, first published in 1916. A prolific writer, this is one of his many books exploring mythology, with this one consisting of seven tales. As well as an introduction that gives a little history about Russia, chapters include: The Test of War; The Lady of Moscow; Mikhail the Kringel Seller; How Little Ivan Became a Tsar; Tsar Ivan and the Scots Soldiers; The Man who Fought the Wolves; and, The Old Order and the New.
This book has 41,882 words, 77 pages in the PDF version, and was originally published in 1916.
Production notes: This ebook of Stories of Russian Folk-Life was published by Global Grey on the 2nd April 2022. The artwork used for the cover is 'Easter Matins in Little Russia' by Mykola Pymonenko.
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