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Turkish Fairy Tales and Folk Tales

1901, with illustrations by Celia Levetus

Author

Dr Ignacz Kunos, translated from the Hungarian version by R Nisbet Bain, illustrated by Celia Levetus

Publisher

A H Bullen, London, 1901
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Printing Details

Early edition. Hardback bound in the original grey cloth with gilt titling to spine and gilt shield to upper board. Top edge gilt. 22.5 × 14.5cm, X + 275pp.

"These stories were collected from the mouths of the Turkish peasantry by the Hungarian savant Dr Ignatius Kunos, during his travels through Anatolia, and were first published by a Hungarian literary society in 1889." There are seventeen Turkish fairy tales (including The Stag-Prince, The Horse-Devil and the Witch, The Wind Demon etc), and four Roumanian fairy tales, which are described in the preface as semi-Turkish.

Condition

A good copy for age. The cloth is a little tanned to the spine and bumped to the corners, with slight tanning to the boards. The contents are in good, clean condition and the binding is secure.

Price

£40.00
 

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