The Golden Maiden and other folk tales and fairy stories told in Armenia
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The Golden Maiden and other folk tales and fairy stories told in Armenia

By A. G. Seklemian
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Table of Contents
  • INTRODUCTION.
  • THE STORY-TELLER TO HIS AUDIENCE.
  • TALES.
  • THE GOLDEN MAIDEN.
  • THE BETROTHED OF DESTINY.
  • THE YOUNGEST OF THE THREE.
  • THE FAIRY NIGHTINGALE.
  • THE DREAMER.
  • THE BRIDE OF THE FOUNTAIN.
  • DYJHICON: THE COWARD-HERO.
  • ZOOLVISIA
  • DRAGON-CHILD AND SUN-CHILD.
  • MIRZA.
  • THE MAGIC RING.
  • THE TWINS.
  • THE IDIOT.
  • BEDIK AND THE INVULNERABLE GIANT.
  • SIMON, THE FRIEND OF SNAKES.
  • THE POOR WIDOW’S SON.
  • A NIGGARDLY COMPANION.
  • THE MAIDEN OF THE SEA.
  • THE GOLDEN-HEADED FISH.
  • HUSBAND OR WIFE!—WHICH?
  • THE WICKED STEPMOTHER
  • THE TRICKS OF A WOMAN.
  • A WISE WEAVER.
  • MIND OR LUCK—WHICH?
  • THE WORLD’S BEAUTY.
  • SALMAN AND ROSTOM.
  • THE SPARROW AND THE TWO CHILDREN.
  • THE OLD WOMAN AND THE CAT.
  • AN ARMENIAN NURSERY TALE.1
  • SIA-MANTO AND GUJE-ZARE.
  • NOTE.
  • SIA-MANTO AND GUJE-ZARE.
  • Colophon
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