Turkish fairy tales and folk tales / collected by Dr. Ignácz Kúnos ; translated from the Hungarian version by R. Nisbet Bain ; illustrated by Celia ]Levetus

Author(s): Kúnos, Ignácz, 1862-1945, comp
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Subjects: Tales--Turkey
Tales--Romania
Formats: Print
Material Type: Books
Language: English, Hungarian (translated from)
Audience: Juvenile
Published: New York : Dover Publications, [1969]
LC Classification: G, GR
Alternate Title(s): Török népmések.
Additional Authors: Levetus, Celia
Notes: LCCN: 76080991 /AC/r833
ISBN: 0486223442
"Unabridged republication, with slight corrections, of the work originally published ... in 1896."
Translation of Török népmések
Contents: The stag-prince.--The three orange-peris.--The rose-beauty.--Mad Mehmed.--The golden-haired children.--The horse-devil and the witch.--The cinder-youth.--The piece of liver.--The magic turban, the magic whip, and the magic carpet.--The wind-demon.--The crow-peri.--The forty princes and the seven-headed dragon.--The world's most beauteous damsel.--The padishah of the forty peris.--The serpent-peri and the magic mirror.--Stone-patience and knife-patience.--The ghost of the spring and the shrew.--The story of the half-man-riding-on-the-worse-half-of-a-lamehorse.--The enchanted hog.--Boy-beautiful, the golden apples, and the were-wolf.--Youth without age, and life without death
Physical Description: x, 275 p. : ill. ; 22 cm
OCLC Number: 31367
ISBN/ISSN: 0486223442

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