Russian Fairy Tales Alexander Afanasyev Ivan Bilibin Russian Fairy Tales Seven famous Russian fairy tales with color illustrations by Ivan Bilibin The tales were recorded by folklorist Alexander Afanasyev who collected and published than Russian folk tales in the midd
  • Title: Russian Fairy Tales
  • Author: Alexander Afanasyev Ivan Bilibin
  • ISBN: 9781908478559
  • Page: 156
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Russian Fairy Tales Alexander Afanasyev Ivan BilibinSeven famous Russian fairy tales with color illustrations by Ivan Bilibin The tales were recorded by folklorist Alexander Afanasyev, who collected and published than 600 Russian folk tales in the middle 19th century.
Russian Fairy Tales Alexander Afanasyev Ivan Bilibin

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  1. Russian Fairy Tales Russian Folk Tales, Alexander Afanasyev 1998 1376 120 9645671558 1391 9789642874668 19 .

  2. seriously there is nothing weird and bewildering and beautiful than russian fairy tales first of all the titles are incredible if you don t like it, don t listen is a classic example the way they end is my favorite part often the story is clipped short by i was there, i drank mead with the king and it got in my beard but did not spill into my mouth or other such brilliance and baba yaga and her chicken leg hut don t even get me started.

  3. Hmm Well I liked half of the stories But they got very samey after a while And boy oh boy, are the names Ivan and Vasilisa ever popular All the Baba Yagas and creepy wooden dolls were the best Also that gray wolf was a chill guy and why aren t women freaking out about falcons flying into their rooms and turning into beautiful men, or is this just something that happens in Russia

  4. i am a sucker for fairy tales in general, but this collection gives me insight into gogol s imaginative workings absurdities, odd, cruel, dry humor and excellent illustrations to boot

  5. The synopsis for this particular edition is, for some reason, in English instead of in Dutch the reason I mention this is because the Dutch edition only includes 50 fairytales, and not the 200 promised in the English synopsis.Russia has always interested me greatly, but I personally haven t gotten around reading any of the great classics just yet I grew up with Russian folk songs especially when a certain Belgian guy by the name of Helmut Lotti decided to record them as well , my mom loves Russi [...]

  6. Dopo mesi di ricerche ho scoperto credo che sia cos che la fiaba Masha e l Orso non stata trascritta da Afanasyev , bens da Mikhail Bulatov Questo dettaglio rende la presente raccolta vagamente mendace ai miei occhi, in quanto come se fosse composta da due diversi libri, uno della sola fiaba a cui la copertina dedicata e l altro una collezione non completa e tradotta in modo un p impreciso dell autore che viene considerato il Grimm russo Alla luce di queste riflessioni non sono pi esattamente de [...]

  7. This is a vast compendium of folk tales no fairies, really, in Russian folklore but they seem often to be the same story with various character configurations, having a hard time feeling the subject matter Think this is going to be of a reference book than a read Think I d enjoy a realized version of the stories like in individual picture books As I go along, I find it s engaging I ve found a better tempo, slower rather than faster Russian folk tales are complex and their impact unfolds gradu [...]

  8. This is a collection Russian Fairy Tales There is love, death, and betrayal, as with all good tales.The narrative is detailed, vivid, often emotional, and evocative.Characters are sometimes emotional, caring, and humorous.Overall, a fun read.

  9. Ups, me olvid de escribir una rese a antes.He disfrutado mucho leyendo estos cuentos tradicionales rusos Me ha gustado establecer relaciones entre los cuentos de Rusia y los cuentos de hadas centroeuropeos de Andersen y los hermanos Grimm, tienen elementos en com n como el hecho de que las cosas ocurran de tres en tres, los pr ncipes y princesas y los animales que hablan entre otras muchas cosas Pero lo mejor ha sido ver los elementos que tienen en com n los cuentos rusos entre s los personajes [...]

  10. Recuerdo que en mi infancia vi algunas adaptaciones de cuentos rusos y esos dibujos se me hac an hermosos y ahora como quer a leer algo distinto y no soy de leer cuentos le di la oportunidad a este libro que recopila las historias mas populares de dicho lugar.No se como sentirme al respecto porque muchas de estas historias no se las leer a a mis hijos en dado caso que los tenga esto basado en mi propia manera de ser claro esta, pero en general hay historias buenas y otras que pasaron sin pena y [...]

  11. This collection of tales was written, or rather, recorded by renowned Russian folklorist Alexander Nikolayevich Afanasyev in the mid 19th century The book contains some of the best known Russian folktales, including Vasilisa the Beautiful The Feather of Finist the Falcon The Frog Tsarevna and Tsarevich Ivan, the Firebird and the Grey Wolf.Of all the characters I came across in this volume, and there are a few who feature in than one tale, I was particularly taken by Baba Yaga.Baba Yaga is a can [...]

  12. This collection is a bit of a mixed bag The illustrations alone full page, full color make this book worth owning although I wish I d gotten the hardcover and it s fascinating to see the Russian versions of some classic folk tales Plus there s an intriguing underlayer in some of the stories, where the women have full control over when and whom they choose to marry consent is a sadly unusual word for fairy tales , and where a woman is the one to ride off to battle, leaving her husband behind to t [...]

  13. Afanasjev spese l intera sua vita raccogliendo le antiche fiabe che si faceva raccontare dalle anziane bocche di tutta la Russia La collezione che pervenuta sino a noi sterminata ma non tanto la quantit delle fiabe ad impressionare, quanto la loro straordinaria capacit di evocare nel lettore una Russia d altri tempi, ricostruita tramite l immaginario popolare folcloristico del tempo.Potenti e sinistre baba yaghe, bellissime principesse, sagge fanciulle, intrepidi contadini, principi dotati di gr [...]

  14. An excellent starting point for anyone interested in fairy tales from non western cultures the differences between these and Grimm s are plainly apparent, but they re still familiar enough to be approachable without much need of explanation or introduction There s a pretty broad mix of theme, and nearly all are appropriate for young children I first ran across this book in a teacher s yard sale, and it s been a fast favourite ever since I can t recommend it highly enough.

  15. Russian folk tales, like most other fairy and folk tales were an oral tradition The interesting thing re Russian fairy tales is that they were first recorded and published in English, in England This is the 4th compilation of folk fairy tales I ve read There are similarities across cultures in their fairy tales most are associated with the stories of the Grimm brothers, as they are the most widely known talking stoves, witches, talking animals who all promise to help the human if their lives are [...]

  16. Beautiful collection of Russian fairy tales, recounted in traditional style and adorned with evocative black and white illustrations The narratives in this collection are almost entirely fairy tales, meaning that they mostly have to do with magic and fantasy, albeit in Russian style travel to magical kingdoms to fight dragons, the rescue of princesses, colloquies with talking fish and impossible tasks set by Baba Yaga Women often suffer at the hands of men in these stories, particularly the wome [...]

  17. I thought it would be a good idea to get an illustated copy of the most popular classic russian folk tales, that I knew by heart when I was a kid and have already completely forgotten about by now Turns out, russian folk tales are at least the same amount of disturbing as the Grimm s one, if not a bit I have to admit, I still love them These are the stories that I grew up with and the magic in them is somehow very different to the one in the western ones Also, I love the fact that the tales hav [...]

  18. Cuentos no tan de hadas en algunos casos sino mas bien con toques un poco oscuros Ya empezando con el cl sico hab a tres hermanos y o hermanas y donde el mas joven resulta ser siempre el que logra todo y se queda con todo En el caso de ellos es el mas valiente etc, y en el caso de ellas la mas bonita etc, me pregunto porque siempre es el mas chico a y no el de en medio o el mayor para variar, pero en fin , los animales tienen un rol importante y una intensa participaci n en algunos cuentos ya qu [...]

  19. Though this is an extremely short edition of Afanasyev s fairy tale collection, neither containing some of his most famous fables, like Ilya Muromets and the Dragon or The Wise Girl , nor depicting Bilibin s later works, this book is still a valuable possession, simply for what it is It includes 7 abridged fables beside several stunning illustrations The fables I detest wholeheartedly, but they re useful for learning Russian, and no one can deny the beauty of Bilibin s artwork.

  20. Read this book from beginning to end, and may I suggest post it notes so that you can mark your favorites Otherwise, they all start to blend together Many of the same themes and motifs found in other fairy tales good v evil, princess turns into an animal, trickery, etc My favorite saying I hadn t read before I was there, I drank mead with the king and it got in my beard but did not spill into my mouth An extensive collection of Russian fairy tales.

  21. This is my first time reading Russian Fairytales and the stories were quite good The illustrations of the book were excellent but after a point of the time all the stories started sounding the same A good one time read for beginners.

  22. This Russian imagining of Little Brother and Little Sister by Aleksandr Afanas ev, a renowned Russian ethnographer, has simultaneously well rounded characters and less connection between minor characters It contains the fairy tale motif of three, a sorceress, an enchanted baby goat kid, a king, a bizarre drowning, and a happy ending.It begins with siblings who have recently been orphaned by their parents, who happened to be king and queen In spite of this fact, they are alone and wandering when [...]

  23. Selectie uit de door Afanasjev verzamelde en opgetekende Russische volkssprookjes Deze onderscheiden zich van de West Europese volkssprookjes door typische regelmatig terugkerende figuren de heks Baba Jaga, die in een hut op kippenpoten woont, dat verkeerd staat , zich voortbeweegt in een vijzel en die soms een of meer dochters heeft, en Kosjtsei de onsterfelijke, wiens dood zich op een schier onvindbare plaats bevindt Gek genoeg zien de sprookjesvertellers er geen been in om deze twee vaste fig [...]

  24. This is, of course, only a selection of his collected works A fair number of animal tales intermingled, some tales of sillies, among the wonder tales.As an extensive overview of Russian fairy tales, it s better than most such collections I ve read, but I like it less than the other collections russian and otherwise I ve been reading I don t know whether it s the translation or possibly a disproportionate number of unhappy endings though still a minority.But here we have Vasilisa the Beautiful vi [...]

  25. This is the largest, most comprehensive collection of Russian fairy tales I have come across Jeremiah Curtin used similar tales in his Myths and Folk Tales of the Russians, Western Slavs, and Magyars, which was published in 1903 However, he edited the tales to make them suitable for his Western audience I have read other versions of these tales Vasilisa the Fair, Baba Yaga, Maria Morevna, etc but it is nice to read the original versions This is a large volume, and you can skip around as much as [...]

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