The kaha bird; tales from the steppes of central Asia.

Title
The kaha bird; tales from the steppes of central Asia. Translated and edited by Mirra Ginsburg. Drawings by Richard Cuffari.
Author
Ginsburg, Mirra.
Publication
New York, Crown Publishers [1971]

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159 p. illus. (part col.), map (on lining papers); 22 cm.
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  • Text is in English translated from Russian.
Contents
The golden bowl.--Living water.--Oskus-Ool and his nine red horses.--Torko-Chachak--The silken tassel.--Three daughters.--Three maidens.--Two tricksters.--Maymunyak; or, The magic of the yellow monkey.--The wise Nasreddine.--The clever wife,--The shepherd, the tiger, and the fox.--The kaha bird.--The bear's son.--The fool.--The jackal and the polecat.--I was in it.--Flies.--Tsap-Tsarap.--A hundred lies.
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*OOVA 97-6497
LCCN
70166532 /AC/r952
Author
Ginsburg, Mirra.
Title
The kaha bird; tales from the steppes of central Asia. Translated and edited by Mirra Ginsburg. Drawings by Richard Cuffari.
Imprint
New York, Crown Publishers [1971]
Added Author
Cuffari, Richard, 1925-
Professor Edward A. Allworth Central Asian Collection.
Research Call Number
*OOVA 97-6497
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