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Tricks of women, & other Albanian tales

Paul Fenimore Cooper

Tricks of women, & other Albanian tales

by Paul Fenimore Cooper

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Published by W. Morrow & Company in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Albania.
    • Subjects:
    • Tales -- Albania.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesAlbanian tales.
      Statementtranslated by Paul Fenimore Cooper, with an introduction by Burton Rascoe; woodcuts by Ilse M. Bischoff.
      ContributionsDozon, Auguste, 1822-1891., Pedersen, Holger, 1867-1953.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGR251 .C6
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi p., 1 l., 204, [1] p.
      Number of Pages204
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6720516M
      LC Control Number28025039
      OCLC/WorldCa1301499

      Albanian folk beliefs (Albanian: besimet popullore shqiptare) comprise the beliefs expressed in the customs, rituals, myths, legends and tales of the Albanian elements of Albanian mythology are of Paleo-Balkanic origin and almost all of them are pagan. Albanian folklore evolved over the centuries in a relative isolated tribal culture and society.   "Now, Albanian women have equal rights with men, and are even more powerful. I think today it would be fun to be a woman." The tradition of the sworn virgin can be traced to the Kanun of Leke Dukagjini, a code of conduct passed on orally among the .

      Tales by a woman of substance, Gaborone, Botswana. 41K likes. The unheard stories Re-told.   Albanian/Nat In the mountains of northern Albania, women quite literally wear the trousers. In families where the male head of the household has died, one of the women .

      Children’s books set in Albania. Welcome to children’s books set in is part of our children’s books set in Europe global bookshelf on Kids Travel Books. While our list of books is small, we will add more when we find more. Pin the image below to save this post. But tbh most albanian men are very dominant, overprotective, jealous and cheaters. And most of them go for albanian women. So when a girl is not albanian they won't take her very seriously. Of course there's exceptions but just be careful that you dont waste your time with someone. I would never date an albanian guy, just sayin.


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Tricks of Women and Other Albanian Tales Hardcover – January 1, by Paul Fenimore (translator) Cooper (Author), Illus. by Ilse M. Bischoff (Illustrator) See Author: Paul Fenimore (translator) Cooper. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cooper, Paul Fenimore. Tricks of women, & other Albanian tales.

New York, W. Morrow & Co., (OCoLC) Tricks of Women & Other Albanian Tales with an Introduction By Burton Rascoe by Cooper, Paul Fenimore (tr). Details about TRICKS Of WOMEN & Other Albanian Tales by Cooper, Woodcuts Ilse Bischoff HB. TRICKS Of WOMEN & Other Albanian Tales by Cooper, Woodcuts Ilse Bischoff HB A book that has been read but is in good condition.

Very minimal damage to the cover including scuff marks, but no holes or tears. The dust jacket for hard covers Seller Rating: % positive. The only substantial collections of Albanian folk tales to have appeared in English up to the present, as far as I am aware, are Tricks of women and other Albanian tales by Paul Fenimore Cooper (New York ), which was translated from the collections of Dozon and Pedersen, and Albanian wonder tales by Post Wheeler (London ).

The present volume of Albanian tales endeavours to be as faithful as. fairy tales and legends. Unfortunately, very little of this substantial material has been translated into other languages.

The only substantial collections of Albanian folk tales to have appeared in English up to the present are: Tricks of Women and Other Albanian Tales by Paul Fenimore Cooper.

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(Munich and New York ) 63 pp. Cooper, Paul Fenimore Tricks of Women and Other Albanian Tales. Intro. by Burton Rascoe.

(New York: William Morrow, ) pp. Some of Cooper's published books were Tricks of Women and Other Albanian Tales (), a translation of folk tales; Tal: His Marvelous Adventures with Noom-Zor-Noom (), a children's book about an orphan and the fantastical adventures he encounters on a quest to the land of Troom; Island of the Lost (), a non-fiction account of the Arctic expedition of Sir John Franklin, told within a "biography" of.

Albanian studies I gave this work a five star rating because it was well written and informative. Not only is there a taste of folk lore but also Albanian legends. Elsie's end notes are informative. Those interested in the background of Albanian culture or folk tales in general.4/5(2).

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