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Folk Tales from the Soviet Union: Central Asia and Kazakhstan

by R. Babloyan, M. Shumskaya

Other authors: M. Anikst (Illustrator)

Series: Folk Tales from the Soviet Union

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Wonderful and beautifully illustrated folk tales from the formerly Soviet Union make up this collection. Five traditions of Central Asia are represented: Uzbek, Kirghiz, Tajik, Turkmen and Kazakh.
  psumesc | Feb 21, 2011 |
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Wonderful and beautifully illustrated folk tales from the formerly Soviet Union make up this collection. Five traditions of Central Asia are represented: Uzbek, Kirghiz, Tajik, Turkmen and Kazakh. Contents include: Three Brothers / Which Was the Biggest / Clever Ashik / The Padishah's Daughter and the Young Slave  / The Greedy Kazi / Yarty-Gulok / A Mountain of Gems / A Bought Dream.
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