The Three Kingdoms: Russian Folk Tales by A.N. Afanas'ev, Alexander Afanasiev

By A.N. Afanas'ev, Alexander Afanasiev

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Prince Ivan left his silver spoon with Falcon and set off on his way. He rode for a day, and another day, and at dawn on the third day, standing before him, he saw a palace which was even more beautiful than Falcon's. Beside the palace there grew an oak and on its bough there sat an eagle. The eagle flew off the oak, struck the ground and turned into a handsome youth. " he cried. Princess Olga came running out of the palace. She embraced Prince Ivan, asked after his health and told him how she lived and fared.

I'm afraid, Prince Ivan! " And they mounted the horse and rode away.

So what might be the meaning of that, eh? Translated by Kathleen Cook Marya Morevna In a certain kingdom, in a certain realm there once lived a king and a queen with their son, Prince Ivan, and their three daughters, Princess Marya, Princess Olga and Princess Anna. The time came for the mother and father to die, and as they lay on their death-bed they told their son not to keep his sisters long unwed but to marry them off to whoever came to woo them first. The king and queen died, Prince Ivan laid them to rest, and, his heart filled with sorrow, went for a walk in their green garden with his three sisters.

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