Russian Folk Tales. Folk Tales of the Peoples of the U.S.S.R

By: Anon

Price: £22.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Very Good in Good+ dust jacket


No Date given - but likely 1940s / early 1950? . In red-orange boards with blue decorative titling to the spine and decorated title stamped in blue and white to the front cover. In the original publisher's pictorial dustjacket which has some closed tears (internally repaired with clear archival tape) , some chipping and surface scrapes to the edges but is otherwise complete and now in a new protective clear - removable - bookfilm plastic cover and looks VG. Internally some browning to the endpapers o/w FINE. NO Inscriptions or Marks. 243 pp. Illustrated throughout in b/w by T. A. Mavrina and K. V. Kuznetsov. A collection of Russian folk tales - the stories include "Peg-Leg Bear," "The Gossipy Wife," "Father Frost," "The Cock and the Bean", "The Fox and the Crane", "The Cunning Muzhik" and "Death and the Soldier", " Fenist the Bright Falcon" and twenty-four others. English translations by Bernard Isaacs, Irena Zheleznova, Eugene Felgenhauer and Dorian Rottenberg. Overall a Very Clean, Tight and Bright copy. Images available on request. ; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall

Title: Russian Folk Tales. Folk Tales of the Peoples of the U.S.S.R

Author Name: Anon

Categories: Childrens. Juvenile, Europe, Illustrated, Architecture. Art. Crafts, Folk-Lore. Myth. Legend, Foreign Literature/Lang, Boys/Girl's Stories Annuals, Russia, Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Zoo/Circus/Magic,

Edition: Presumed First Edition

Publisher: Moscow, Foreign Languages Publishing House: (1950)

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good in Good+ dust jacket

Seller ID: 113055

Keywords: Russian Folk Tales.; Folk Tales Of The Peoples Of The U. S. S. R Foreign Languages Publishing House; Stories Include "peg-leg Bear," "the Gossipy Wife," "father Frost," "the Cock And The Bean", "the Fox And The Crane", "the Cunning Muzhik" And "death And The Soldier", " Fenist The Bright Falcon" And Twenty-four Others; English Translations By Bernard Isaacs, Irena Zheleznova, Eugene Felgenhauer And Dorian Rottenberg.; Illustrated Throughout In B/w By T. A. Mavrina And K. V. Kuznetsov.;