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Sixty Folk-Tales

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    Sixty Folk-Tales from Exclusively Slavonic Sources by A. H. Wratislaw [1890] http://www.sacred-texts.com/neu/sfs/index.htm Read the Introduction to the
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      Sixty Folk-Tales
      from Exclusively Slavonic Sources
      by A. H. Wratislaw
      [1890]

      http://www.sacred-texts.com/neu/sfs/index.htm

      Read the Introduction to the sub-section
      Hungarian-Slovenish Stories at
      http://www.sacred-texts.com/neu/sfs/sfs14.htm

      HUNGARIAN-SLOVENISH STORIES.

      THE Slovenes or Slovaks of North Hungary speak a great number of dialects, their literary language being, however, the Bohemian. They seem to be the débris of a much larger nation or assemblage of nations, which was forced out of the plains of Pannonia into the mountains by the invasion of the Magyar or Hungarian horsemen, who, according to the Russian chronicler Nestor, marched past Kief in A.D. 898, on their way to establish themselves in their present abode.

      and for the Rusyn on this forum, try the
      LITTLE RUSSIAN STORIES.
      (FROM GALICIA.)
      http://www.sacred-texts.com/neu/sfs/sfs33.htm

      The Little Russians, or Ruthenians, form the bulk of the population in the Austrian province of Galicia, formerly the principality of Halicz, and also designated 'Red Russia.' The capital is Lemberg (contracted from Löwenberg), or Lvóv. They are also found in the adjoining parts of the north of Hungary, and in the Bukovina.
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