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Forty-Four Turkish Fairy Tales (1913)

- December 13, 2016 in dew, fairy tales, fairytales, folklore, folktales, turkey, turkish fairytales

In this elaborately produced volume, beautifully illustrated by Willy Pogany, Hungarian-born linguist Ignác Kúnos presents 44 folktales from Turkey, including princesses, dragons, wizards, witches, and horses that can fly.

Forty-Four Turkish Fairy Tales (1913)

- December 13, 2016 in dew, fairy tales, fairytales, folklore, folktales, turkey, turkish fairytales

In this elaborately produced volume, beautifully illustrated by Willy Pogany, Hungarian-born linguist Ignác Kúnos presents 44 folktales from Turkey, including princesses, dragons, wizards, witches, and horses that can fly.

Forty-Four Turkish Fairy Tales (1913)

- December 13, 2016 in dew, fairy tales, fairytales, folklore, folktales, turkey, turkish fairytales

In this elaborately produced volume, beautifully illustrated by Willy Pogany, Hungarian-born linguist Ignác Kúnos presents 44 folktales from Turkey, including princesses, dragons, wizards, witches, and horses that can fly.

Forty-Four Turkish Fairy Tales (1913)

- December 13, 2016 in dew, fairy tales, fairytales, folklore, folktales, turkey, turkish fairytales

In this elaborately produced volume, beautifully illustrated by Willy Pogany, Hungarian-born linguist Ignác Kúnos presents 44 folktales from Turkey, including princesses, dragons, wizards, witches, and horses that can fly.