Published April 2002
by Fredonia Books (NL) .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||264|
Malachite Casket. Cycle of pieces for piano in 4 hands. To Bazhov's Fairy-tales. Repertoire of children music school by Nesterova Svetlana and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. No thanks. Try the new Google Books Get print book. No eBook available The Malachite Casket: Tales from the Urals Pavel Petrovich Bazhov Snippet view - Malachite Casket. The Paperback of the Malachite Casket: Tales from the Urals by Pavel Bazhov at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Due to COVID, orders may be : Press Holdings International, Inc. OCLC Number: Description: pages, 6 unnumbered leaves of plates: illustrations (some color) ; 27 cm. Contents: The mistress of the copper mountain --The malachite casket --The flower of stone --The mountain craftsman --A fragile twig --That spark of life --Zhelezko's covers --The bailiff's bootsoles --Sochen's gems --Cat's ears --The great serpent --The serpent's trail --Zhabrei's.
The Malachite Box or The Malachite Casket is a book of fairy tales and folk tales of the Ural region of Russia compiled by Pavel Bazhov and published from to It is written in contemporary language and blends elements of everyday life with fantastic characters. It was awarded the Stalin prize in Bazhov's stories are based on the oral lore of the miners and gold prospectors. The first . Thank you so much for sharing this story! I had read 'Malachite Casket' by Bazhov a few years back, and this brought the happy memories of the book back again - you have re-told the story very beautifully! 7 марта г., The Malachite Casket: Tales from the Urals by Pavel Bazhov and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The mistress of the copper mountain -- The malachite casket -- The flower of stone -- The mountain craftsman -- A fragile twig -- That spark of life -- Shelezko's covers -- The bailiff's bootsoles -- Sochen's gems -- Cat's ears -- The great serpent -- The serpent's trail -- Zhabrei's path -- The dancing fire maid -- The blue snake -- The key to the earth -- The blue crone's spring -- Silver hoof -- That dear name -- .
The "Malachite Casket" is a delightful series of interlinking stories written by Pavel Bazhov (). These have served as the theme for cultural groups –Sergei Prokofiev was inspired by these for his ballet "The Flower of Stone"– and the themes for /5(K). Description: Adapted from the inside flaps: "In the U.S.S.R. the publication of The Malachite Casket created something of a literary sensation. These are folk-tales, but with a difference. In them the recent past of the Ural Mountains is revealed with an unusual blend of realism and imagination. The name Malachite Casket came from the same love of book reading. Our favourite Russian fairy tale book with the same name. When we were naming our business the first thing came into our mind was this. Just like the mysterious enchanting malachite box from the story we wanted our products to be just as spellbinding as the malachite casket. Bazhov is best known for his collection of fairy tales The Malachite Box, based on Ural folklore and published in the Soviet Union in In , the translation of the collection into English was published in New York City and London. Later Sergei Prokofiev created the ballet The Tale of the Stone Flower based on one of the : Pavel Petrovich Bazhov, 27 January , Sysert, .