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Stories and Legends of Old Prague

from Alois Jirasek's Old Czech Legends

Author

Alois Jirasek, translated by Mary Cochrane Voiacek, illustrated by Beatrix Oldfield and with an introduction by Karel Capek.

Publisher

Blackie & Son, London, 1931
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Printing Details

First edition. Paperback. 23.5 × 14.5cm, [7], 57pp.

Taken from Alois Jirasek's 'Old Czech Legends', this book contains myths, stories and legends from Prague including Krok and his Three Daughters, Good King Wenceslas, King Vaclav IV, and The Old Jewish Burial Ground. The book has six illustrations by Beatrix Oldfield, daughter of Albinia Wherry, a well-known writer on folklore.

Condition

This is a good readable copy, but the cover's edges are quite heavily creased with a few small tears, and the spine has damage, particularly to the spine ends.

Price

£20.00
 

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