Friday, July 21, 2017

Steele. The Russian Garland.

Today's book is The Russian Garland by Robert Steele with illustrations by J. R. de Rosciszewski. For the table of contents, check at the bottom of this post below the image.

The book is also available at Project Gutenberg, Internet Archive, and Hathi Trust. There is also a free Kindle ebook. The links below are to the Project Gutenberg edition.


Table of Contents

Foreword link

Story of Lyubim Tsarevich and the Winged Wolf link

Story of the most wonderful and noble Self-Playing Harp link

The Seven Brothers Simeon link

Story of Ivan, the Peasant’s Son link

Story of the Golden Mountain link

Iliya of Murom and the Robber Nightingale link

The Renowned Hero, Bova Korolevich and the Princess Drushnevna link

The Mild Man and his Cantankerous Wife link

Story of the Duck with Golden Eggs link

Story of Bulat the Brave Companion link

Story of Prince Malandrach and the Princess Salikalla link

Story of a Shoemaker and his Servant Prituitshkin link

Emelyan, the Fool link

The Judgment of Shemyaka link

Story of Prince Peter with the Golden Keys, and the Princess Magilene link

Sila Tsarevich and Ivashka with the White Smock link

Story of the Knight Yaroslav Lasarevich and the Princess Anastasia link


Thursday, July 20, 2017

Kincaid. Tales of the Old Sind

Today's free book is Tales of the Old Sind by C. A. Kincaid. For the table of contents, check at the bottom of this post below the image.

The book is available at Internet Archive, Hathi Trust, and Google Books.

(the illustration is signed: Gladstone Solomon)

Punho and Saswi: text
King Dyach and Bijal: text
Momul and Rano: text
Saif-ul-Muluk: text
Umar and Marai: text
Kauro and Chanesar: text
Rajbala: text
Prince Amul Manik and the Princess Husini: text
Jam Tamachi and Nuri: text
Suhni and Mehar: text
Hir and Ranjho: text
Birsing and Sunderbai: text
Kamsen and Kamrup: text
Dodo and Chanesar: text