Russian Fairy Tales: A Choice Collection of Muscovite Folk-lore

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The Fiend -- The Dead Mother -- The Dead Witch -- The Treasure -- The Cross-Surety -- The Awful Drunkard -- The Bad Wife -- The Golovikha -- The Three Copecks -- The Miser -- The Fool and the Birch-Tree -- The Mizgir -- The Smith and the Demon -- Ivan Popyalof -- The Norka -- Marya Morevna -- Koshchei the Deathless -- The Water Snake -- The Water King and Vasilissa the Wise -- The Baba Yaga -- Vasilissa the Fair -- The Witch -- The Witch and the Sun's Sister -- One-Eyed Likho -- Woe -- Friday -- Wednesday -- The Léshy -- Vazuza and Volga -- Sozh and Dnieper -- The Metamorphosis of the Dnieper, the Volga, and the Dvina -- Frost -- The Blind Man and the Cripple -- Princess Helena the Fair -- Emilian the Fool -- The Witch Girl -- The Headless Princess -- The Soldier's Midnight Watch -- The Warlock -- The Fox-Physician -- The Fiddler in Hell -- The Ride on the Gravestone -- The Two Friends -- The Shroud -- The Coffin-Lid -- The Two Corpses -- The Dog and the Corpse -- The Soldier and the Vampire -- Elijah the Prophet and Nicholas -- The Priest with the Greedy Eyes -- The Hasty Word.

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