Weekly Log 3 - Weekly Log 3 Colleen Fantin The fairy tales of Ilya Muromets and Tale of the Firebird portrayed both characters as family oriented

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Weekly Log 3 2-4-09 Colleen Fantin The fairy tales of Ilya Muromets and Tale of the Firebird, portrayed both characters as family oriented individuals, who lived to please others. Marushka was a maiden was lived to see the happiness her beautiful work brought to the people. She was set on staying in the town she was born, and where her family was buried. When offered jewlels and money, Marushka turned them down. In the tale of Ilya Muromets, he was a crippled man who was healed, and also used his gifts to make others happy. Ilya served the people of Russia, and worked to protect them every where he went. Unlike Marushka, Ilya wanted the attention of slaying the Tatars, and lived to be looked at as a hero. As the fairytales came to an end, both characters actions made them famous. Ilya the hero saved the people, and Marushka the maiden died for the happiness of her people. The pilgrims in Triumph of Faith go on a pilgrimage of 120 miles across the country to visit sacred sites, and ultimately to the great river. One pilgrim claims, upon
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This note was uploaded on 06/08/2009 for the course RUS Rus2710 taught by Professor Laurakline during the Winter '09 term at Wayne State University.

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Weekly Log 3 - Weekly Log 3 Colleen Fantin The fairy tales of Ilya Muromets and Tale of the Firebird portrayed both characters as family oriented

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