4 edition of Georgian folk tales found in the catalog.
|Statement||translated by Marjory Wardrop.|
|Series||Grimm library,, no. 1|
|LC Classifications||GR203.G4 W3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 175 p.|
|Number of Pages||175|
|LC Control Number||01019114|
Tales of the creature’s sighting reach back to the land’s original habitants – the Muscogee tribe – and increased when Scottish settlers from Inverness brought over stories of Loch Ness. Even today, visitors to the coast tell tales of a strange creature swimming in the Altamaha River near Darien. Fort King George Historic Site. Stated First Edition, copyright page. A delightful collection of English language folk tales from the Caucasus. Profusely illustrated by Simon Lissim, with his decorations at each story's title page and fanciful maps of Black Sea/Georgia area at endpapers. Charmingly, each story begins: 'There was, there was, and yet there was not, there was once a [man, fox, hunter, etc.] ' In full.
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I read this book of Georgian folk tales in conjunction with a trip to the Republic of Georgia in May The tales are interesting, but written in rather stilted language. They did make a fine backdrop to my trip and enabled my understanding of a rich, ancient culture/5.
This is a short collection of folk tales from the nation of Georgia by Marjorie Wardrop. Wardrop also translated the Georgian author Rusthaveli's The Man in the Panther's gh many of the motifs of these stories are also found in European folklore, there are characters and plot elements which localize them in the central Asian area.
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A GREAT READ FOR CHILDREN!. We invite you to enjoy Georgian Folktales, a collection of thirty-eight traditional stories from Georgia, Mingrelia and Guria translated by Marjorie Wardrop in Princes, kings, viziers, wicked stepmothers, princesses, fools, speaking serpents, and simple folk who make good abound in the pages of this delightful volume.
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georgian folk tales [ Contents ] ‘I quite understand, my good friend,’ said I, ‘the contempt you bestow upon the nursery tales with which the Hajee and I have been entertaining each other; but, believe me, he who desires to be well acquainted with a people will not reject their popular stories or local superstitions.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wardrop, Marjory Scott, Georgian folk tales. [New York, AMS Press, ] (OCoLC) Document Type.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wardrop, Marjory Scott, Georgian folk tales. London, D. Nutt, (OCoLC) Document Type. Yes and No Stories - A Book of Georgian Folk Tales () Dogs and People () Thanks to Noah () Home and Home Again (, recounting a trip they made in the s back his village of birth) Russian Cooking () Thanks to Noah was also published in Georgian (in ).
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Harper & brothers, - CHR - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. Yes and No Stories: A Book of Georgian Folk Tales George Papashvily, Helen Waite Papashvily Snippet view - Marjory Scott Wardrop (11 November – 7 December ) was an English scholar and translator of Georgian literature.
She was a sister of the British diplomat and scholar of Georgia, Sir Oliver Wardrop. Fluent in seven foreign languages, she also learned Georgian and traveled to Georgia (then part of Imperial Russia) in and She translated and published Georgian Folk Tales.
GEORGIAN FOLK TALES. PART I GEORGIAN FOLK TALES. I Master and Pupil. II The Three Sisters and their Stepmother. III The Good-for-nothing.
IV The Frog's Skin. V Fate. VI Ghvthisavari (I am of God) VII The Serpent and the Peasant. VIII Gulambara and Sulambara. IX The Two Brothers.
X The Prince. XI Conkiajgharuna1. XII Asphurtzela1. XIII The. GEORGIAN FOLK TALES. PART I GEORGIAN FOLK TALES I Master and Pupil II The Three Sisters and their Stepmother III The Good-for-nothing IV The Frog’s Skin V Fate VI Ghvthisavari (I am of God) VII The Serpent and the Peasant VIII Gulambara and Sulambara IX The Two Brothers X The Prince XI Conkiajgharuna1 XII Asphurtzela1 XIII The Shepherd and Brand: Ekitap Projesi.
We invite you to enjoy Georgian Folktales, a short collection of thirty-eight traditional stories from Georgia, Mingrelia and Guria translated by Marjorie Wardrop in Princes, kings, viziers, wicked stepmothers, princesses, fools, speaking serpents, and simple folk who make good abound in the pages of this delightful volume.Georgian Folk Tales: "Illustrated" de Anonymous sur - ISBN - ISBN - CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform - - Couverture souple/5(25).
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