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2008 Funk & Wagnalls (1950) Funk & Wagnalls Standard Dictionary of Folklore Mythology and Legend . Maria Leach (ed.) (New York

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Proverbium 1996 13 69 84 Dundes , Alan— Pagter , Carl R. 1975: Urban Folklore from the Paperwork Empire . Austin, Texas: The American Folklore Society. Pagter C. R

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) [Съставители: Цветана Романска, Росица Ангелова, Лиляна Богданова-Елена, Стоин-Стефана Стойкова] 1971 Български юнашки епос [Collection of Bulgarian Folklore] . Сборник народни умотворения 53, София: Издателство на БАН (Sofia: Izdatelstvo na BAN) [Publishing

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). Seres , István ( 2001 ): Lólopás a mongol betyárokkal kapcsolatos népköltészeti emlékekben [Horse theft: a motif in Mongolian folklore texts about outlaws]. In: Birtalan , Ágnes - Yamaji , Masanori (eds): Orientalista Nap 2000 [The

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, Pertti 2005 Tradition through Modernity: Postmodernism and the Nation-State in Folklore Scholarship . Helsinki : Finnish Literature Society . (Studia Fennica Folkloristica 15). Anttonen , Pertti 2013 Lost in Intersemiotic Translation? The

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): Folklore Mongol. Livre Deuxième . (Asiatische Forschungen 11.) Wiebaden, Otto Harrassowitz Rintchen B. Folklore Mongol. Livre Deuxième

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. Folklore , 104 ,1–2, 86–99. Crawford D. St. Joseph in Britain: Reconsidering the Legends. Part 1 Folklore 1993 104 86 99 Crawford , Deborah 1994: St. Joseph

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fertile ground for shaping the political and ideological narratives based on nation. The public use of some concepts, such as nation, national culture, traditions and folklore as well as their instrumentalization within a radio discourse in the first

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A dolgozat válogatás a középkori Magyarország kályhacsempéi közül: a népi stílus korai jelentkezését vizsgálja. Ennek jellemzője a sajátos, nem naturális felfogás a korszak vagy korábbi idők motívumkincséről. Olyan ritkább csempéket is tárgyalunk, amelyek tárgyköre a mesevilág népszerű hagyományából eredt.

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Predominantly, this study examines two issues. First, why in a very short span of time the real historical person of Jánošík turned into a folklore and literary character and what kind of interaction can be revealed between these two fields. Second, why compared to the whole of the Slovakian folklore the Jánošík tradition is so scarce in Slovakian communities of Hungary. The author also attempts to answer to the question how the Jánošík legends attested in these communities appeared among the Slovakians who settled down in Hungary in the late 17th and early 18th century.

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