2 edition of Tales and legends from the land of the tzar. found in the catalog.
Tales and legends from the land of the tzar.
Edith M. S. Hodgetts
|Statement||Translated from the original Russian by Edith M.S. Hodgetts.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 324 p.|
|Number of Pages||324|
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Excerpt from Tales and Legends From the Land of the Tzar: Collection of Russian Stories IN presenting to the English Public this little volume of Russian stories, I give the result of some years' experience in Russia, where I was born, and where I spent my : Edith M.
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Tales and legends from the land of the tzar; collection of Russian stories. [Edith M S Hodgetts]. Tales and legends from the land of the tzar; a collection of Russian stories tr.
from the original Russian. Tales and Legends from the Land of the Tzar: Collection of Russian Stories 1 edition By Edith M. Hodgetts Go to the editions section to read or download ebooks.
Tales and legends from the land of the tzar; a collection of Russian stories tr. from the original Russian. By Edith M. Hodgetts. Abstract. Mode of access: Internet Topics: Legends, Folklore.
Publisher: London [etc Author: Edith M. Hodgetts. William Butler Yeats edited the first part, which consists of the most renowned tales of the magical creatures of Ireland.
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