5 edition of One Hundred Armenian Tales found in the catalog.
One Hundred Armenian Tales
September 1982 by Wayne State Univ Pr .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||603|
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These tales from the ancient land of Noah are the largest known collection of Armenian folktales to appear in book form in the American language. About the Author. Susie Hoogasian-Villa received her B.S.
and M.A. from Wayne State University and is currently a part-time member of the faculty of the College of Education, Wayne State : S. Hoogasian-Villa. These tales from the ancient land of Noah are the largest known collection of Armenian folktales to appear in book form in the American language.
About the Author. Susie Hoogasian-Villa received her B.S. and M.A. from Wayne State University and is currently a part-time member of the faculty of the College of Education, Wayne State : Susie Hoogasian Villa.
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Armenian tales and their folkloristic relevance. Armenian tales. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, © ( printing) (OCoLC) Material Type: Fiction: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Susie Hoogasian Villa. Name in pencil half-title beneath U.S.
Lincoln-head penny glued in. Part I - Detroit Armenian Background, Part II - Armenian Background, Part III - The Folktales (Moralistic Tales, Humorous Tales, Trickery and Wit, Anti-Feminine Tales.
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by Mary E. Burt and W. Chapin (Gutenberg ebook). in the text of the Armenian are in fact essential to the develop-ment of the narrative structure itself. Besides the apparent lacunae of the Leo text, Book I, chap-ters, 32; Book II, chapters 2, 22, there are many examples where the brevity of Leo causes obvious impoverish-ment of the text.
Thus in Book I, chapter 8 (Ar. chs. But one of the greatest factors in the formation of the distinctively Armenian tales was, no doubt, Mount Ararat. That majestic mountain, situated in the middle of an extensive plateau in the heart of Armenia, and seen from points distant a three or four days’ journey, would naturally draw.
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Nourie Hadig Nourie Hadig is an Armenian fairy tale collected by Susie Hoogasian-Villa in Armenian Tales. Her informant was Mrs. Akabi Mooradian, an Armenian. The following tales are similar to the Swan Maidens fairy tale, AT*: The Swan Maiden and AT The Quest for a Lost Bride.
I have included the English language tales of this type which have been gathered by title by D. Ashliman in his A Guide to Folktales in the English Language. Teach your children to count to as they get some great exercise too.
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One afternoon two men, Edith’s cousin Leopold and his Armenian friend Aram, arrive—taking the long way home from an archaeological dig in Iraq. Among the tales they tell is the story of Gilgamesh, the legendary king of Uruk in ancient Mesopotamia.”. The following tales are similar to the Tsarevitch Ivan Fire Bird and the Gray Wolf fairy tale, Aarne-Thompson The Quest for the Golden Bird/Firebird.
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He was the cofounder of the Acmeist movement. Nikolay Gumilev was arrested and executed by the Cheka, the secret Soviet police force in Hakob Meghapart founded, very far from Armenia, in Venice, by who knows what difficulties, a printing house and published the first book in Armenian characters -- Urbat'agirk' (Prayer book and Almanac) in or His efforts resulted in five different titles suited to the interest and needs of his nation, thus Urbat'agirk' is a mixture.
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