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Slavic folklore

a symposium.

by Albert Bates Lord

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Published by American Folklore Society in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Slavic countries.
    • Subjects:
    • Folklore -- Slavic countries

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      SeriesBibliographical and special series of the American Folklore Society,, v. 6, Publications of the American Folklore Society., v. 6.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGR138 .L6 1956
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 132 p.
      Number of Pages132
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6196815M
      LC Control Number56004830
      OCLC/WorldCa1102421


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And when the Slavs came to America, they brought much of their folklore to the new world, where it continues to flourish today.

This book is a short but thorough introduction to Slavic folklore.4/5(23). Preface: this is my attempt to answer the recurring questions about resources on the topics of the Polish mythology and 'paganism' available in the English language - general informations about the Slavic Native Faith from the territories of Poland.

Below you can see a list of books, articles, research papers, etc. that I stumbled across the internet. Get this from a library. Slavic folklore: a handbook. [Natalie O Kononenko] -- The people of Eastern Europe have a long and rich cultural history.

Central to that history are the folktales, traditions, and customs of the region. Some elements of Slavic folklore, such as vampire. Kashchei (Koshei) the Immortal (–). Public Domain. Andrew Lang's ‘ The Red Fairy Book’ and Alexander Afanasyev's ‘ Russian Fairy Tales’ both tell the story of Koschei the Deathless, in which the life and love of Prince Ivan Tsarevitch is the focal point instead.

The Legend of Koschei and Prince Ivan. Following the death of his parents, Ivan saw his three Author: Riley Winters. Alexander Afanasyev was the Russian responsible for recording the folk tales in the fashion of the German brothers Grimm.

It was also him who coined the notion of a Slavic Mythology or Slavic Folk Culture as the stories about the Baba Yaga, the Kikimora, the Vampir, the Vodnik etc.

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It always had either one or even number of heads and traits from animal that it borrowed. It fought. In the cities of Wolgast and Havelberg, the war god Gerovit was worshiped, a likely corruption of Jarovit, a Slavic deity possibly identical to Jarilo of the East Slavic folklore.

Though considered authentic by some Slavic neopagans, the Book of Veles appears to be a forgery from the first half of the twentieth century. Slavic folklore. Philadelphia, American Folklore Society, (OCoLC) Online version: Lord, Albert Bates.

Slavic folklore. Philadelphia, American Folklore Society, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Albert Bates Lord. Folklore of Russia is folklore of Russians and other ethnic groups of Russia.

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In Slavic Witchcraft, Natasha Helvin offers us a fine selection of Slavic charms arranged by type—love, money, protection, health, and more. Her book reflects ancestral beliefs that Christianity and the demonization of former deities were unable to eradicate.

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Uprooted and Spinning Silver by Naomi Novik are fiction books that read like Slavic folklore. level 2. I guess the most classic example is “The Lottery,” but I’d like something in the form of a book rather than a. More marginal phenomena, such as funerary practices, ancestor worship, and the remnants of mythology in Slavic folklore and customs are not included.

Also excluded, unless of particular significance, are discussions of Slavic mythology in general history texts, general encyclopedias, dictionaries, and newspapers. Thanks for your question. As you are probably aware there is not much out there in the English language.

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Welcome. Book Review Slavic Witchcraft Old World Conjuring Spells & Folklore by Natasha Helvin Pages. I was asked by the Editor of PaganPagesOrg if I would be interested in reviewing this book because my background/experience does involve some Slavic practices and traditions, and she wanted to see if I would mind giving an honest opinion based on what I’ve learned.

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