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Turkish Fairy Tales and Folk Tales

Turkish Fairy Tales and Folk Tales

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1901. These stories were collected from the mouths of the Turkish peasantry by the Hungarian savant Dr. Ignatius Kunos, during his travels through Anatolia, and published for the first time in 1889. Sample Contents: The Stag Prince; The Three Orange Peris; The Rose Beauty; Mad Mehmed; Golden Haired Children; Cinder Youth; The Magic Turban; Wind Demon; Worlds's Most Beautiful Damsel; The Ghost of the Spring and the Shrew; Romanian Fairy Tales: The Story of the Half-man Riding on the Worse Half of a Lame Horse; The Enchanted Hog; Boy Beautiful; Youth Without Age, and Life Without Death.

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