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Entre os libros publicados durante este ano de 2014 —correspondente ao ano 223 do calendario republicano— cómpre salientar Cut of the Real: Subjectivity in Poststructuralist Philosophy, de Katerina...

Filosofía feminista e realidade

Viktor M. Vasnetsov, "Gamaun, the Prophetic Bird" Gamayun, one of three prophetic birds of Russian folklore.

Puca ...A legendary creature of Celtic folklore most notably in Ireland,west Scotland and Wales..The Puca is a mythological fairy and ultimate shapeshifter

Puca: a legendary creature of Celtic folklore most notably in Ireland, west Scotland and Wales.The Puca is a mythological fairy and ultimate shape-shifter.

The Firebird-Russian Folklore. The firebird is symbolic of light and it is said that when one feather from the tail of the firebird falls to the ground, a new artistic tradition is born, hence why it is such a popular motif amongst artists.

A taste of Russian art- The fairy tale of The Firebird.not sure who is by but looks like Ivan Bilibin illustration

Vesna - the goddess of Croatians (Hrvatska)

Vesna: Slavic goddess of spring, birth and renewal; also known as the Mokosh Slavic goddess of earth and fertility.

Baba Roga by Ivica Stevanovic.

very cool, baba yaga and baba roga share same screen - Ivica Stevanovic

From The Little Mermaid, ill. by Charles Santore

Just when you thought you didn't want to go back in the water with The Little Mermaid, Charles Santore freshens up the old story by Hans Christian Andersen with alluring design and illustrations, making it an intriguing book for all ages.

Bird girl

Gamayun- is a prophetic bird of Russian folklore. Symbol of wisdom and knowledge, a talking bird who foretells the future and tells fortunes.

Slav Mythology (a small part of it)

Slav Mythology (a small part of it)

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