2 edition of tale of Polesie. found in the catalog.
tale of Polesie.
Lidiia Alekseevna Obukhova
Translation of Glubyn"-gorodok; povest" o liudiakh Poles"ia.
|Series||Library of Soviet literature|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||362 p. port. ;|
|Number of Pages||362|
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This is the tale of a group of villages among the forests and marshes of Byelorussian Polesie, when these regions entered the Soviet Union in Lydia Obulkova was born in the Soviet Union and was graduated from the Gorky Literary Institute. Her first work appeared in She has written many realistic and science fiction novels and novellas.4/5(1).
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Thank you for watching. If you liked what you. The Prologue of The Prioress's Tale. The prologe of the Prioresses Tale Domine dominus noster Oh lord, our lord his litel book lernynge, This little child, learning his little book, If you wish to check your knowledge of the Middle English in this part of the Tale (lines end), take a quiz.
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