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folktales_peasant_cult - Russian Peasant Culture Peasant...

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Peasant girls, photographed in 1909 Russian Peasant Culture Искусство русского крестьянина
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Fresco of 1680, depicting a rye harvest by Russian peasants.
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Peasant works and lives on land belonging to another (noble, church or state). Owes landowner payment either in labor or money & goods (“quit - rent”). Peasant in Russian is крестьянин, крестьянка • (krest’yanin, krest’yanka) • “Bearer of a cross” (крест)
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Russian Folktales Русские сказки Ivan Tsarevich on the Grey Wolf V. Vasnetsov, 1889 Иван царевич на сером волке
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Alexander Afanas’ev, editor of the first printed collection of Russian folktales (1855) Александр Николаевич Афанасьев (1826-1871)
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• Animal tales – Sister Fox and Brother Wolf • Wonder tales – Vasilisa the Beautiful, The Magic Swan- Geese, Princess Vasilisa & the Firebird, Emelyan the Simpleton
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