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GoodReads giveaway! “Handsome Yeva: An Indo-European Tale”

This ancient Christmas/Winter Solstice myth, based on the folk poetry reconstructions, is out there… Goodreads Book Giveaway Handsome Yeva by Stanislaw Sielicki Giveaway ends December 28, 2016. See the giveaway details at Goodreads. Enter Giveaway   Advertisements

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Handsome Yeva, Original Slavic and Baltic Folk Poetry #3

Luck was heading to the shrine, Asking company of mine. Golden waistband Luck did wear, Gave me one of silver flare. Luck said, giving silver swirl: “Proudly wear it, little girl!” Спрогис 303,4 Boon for those happy boys, Who were … Continue reading

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Handsome Yeva, Original Slavic and Baltic Folk Poetry #2

– What is that, my sis, What is that, my flock? On my Dear I gaze, On my Dear I walk, Near me, my Dear, Like a candle, burns? Sister his responds: – Didn’t tell we him, Don’t roam at … Continue reading

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Handsome Yeva, Original Slavic and Baltic Folk Poetry

The original Slavic and Baltic Folk Poetry, on which the reconstruction “Handsome Yeva: An Indo-European Tale” was based, is borrowed from the “basic myth” reconstructions of V.V.Ivanov and V.N.Toporov, V.Belaj, and R.Katičić, and folklore collections those researches have selected folk … Continue reading

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