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L is for Literature

ikeminded people will understand my fascination with the power of the written word. Literature in all its forms, both fiction and non-fiction, paper and electronic, has been a cornerstone in my life for as long as I can remember. 295 more words

Russian Fairy Tales Alive

Interesting project about Russian Fairy Tales by Photographer Kareva Margo.

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Masha and the Bear

Once upon a time there lived an old man and woman who had a granddaughter named Masha. One day some friends of Masha’s decided to go to the forest to gather mushrooms and berries and they came to Masha’s house to ask her to go with them. 997 more words

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The Legend of the Firebird

So for my history this semester i’m taking a class on Imperial Russia, and the book that you read during the class is Land of the Firebird  372 more words

Picturing Wonder

Dear Readers,

Welcome!

In our last, we mentioned that we have a second book in the works. It’s part of a series whose titles (and elements) are based upon this mysterious nursery rhyme: 470 more words

Bestiary: Baba Yaga

Baba Yaga is a strange entry for a bestiary, as she is not really an animal, or a monster. At best, she would fit in with the other humanoids, but only if you count “witch” as a category other than human. 208 more words

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