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The Laughing Prince - Jugoslav Folk and Fairy Tales

Jugoslav folk and fairy tales

Notes: Contains 14 folktales of the Slavic people. As the author of this book states in the preface, these folk and fairy tales do not relate only to the people inhabiting the lands of ex-Yugoslavia, but rather to all Slavic people (Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, the Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Poland, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and the Ukraine).

Author: Parker Fillmore
Published: 1921
Publisher: Harcourt, Brace And Company, USA


1.The Laughing Prince - The Story of the Boy Who Could Talk Nonsense

2.Beauty and the Horns - The Story of an Enchanted Maiden

3.The Pigeon's Bride - The Story of a Princess Who Kissed and Told

4.The Little Lame Fox - The Story of the Youngest Brother Who Found the Magic Grape-Vine and Married the Golden Maiden

5.The Enchanted Peafowl - The Story of the Golden Apples, the Wicked Dragon, and the Magic Horse

6.The Dragon's Strength - The Story of the Youngest Prince Who Killed the Sparrow

7.The Little Singing Frog - The Story of a Girl Whose Parents were Ashamed of Her

8.The Nightingale in the Mosque - The Story of the Sultan's Youngest Son and the Princess Flower o' the World

9.The Girl in the Chest - The Story of the Third Sister Who was Brave and Good

10.The Wonderful Hair - The Story of a Poor Man Who Dreamed of an Angel

11.The Best Wish - The Story of Three Brothers and an Angel

12.The Vilas' Spring - The Story of the Brother Who Knew that Good was Stronger than Evil

13.Lord and Master - The Story of the Man Who Understood the Language of the Animals

14.The Silver Tracks - The Story of the Poor Man Who Befriended a Beggar

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