Folklore vol. 34

The Range – and Purposes – of Australian Public Festivals That are Functioning at Present 7
John S. Ryan


Why the Literary Interpretation of a Tale is Not Popular? Little Red Riding Hood 31
Bronislava Kerbelytė


Loss of a Syncretic Theatrical Form 39
Javaid Iqbal Bhat


Ethnographic Legacies: Niko Kuret 57
Ingrid Slavec Gradišnik


Sacred Image as a Local Patron? The Icon of St Nicholas of Mozhaisk in the Petseri Monastery in Setu Folklore 73
Helen Bome


Place Names about Life by the Sea – an Archaeological Perspective on the Estonian-Swedish Landscape 87
Kristin Ilves


Schools of Estonian Graphic Art in Journalism in the 1930s 103
Merle Talvik


News in brief
MEDICA III: Foreign Becomes Own - 131
Folklore and Religion between Tradition and Transformation - 132
In St Petersburg on Vepsian Matters - 134
Book Review
Art: Komi journal of literature, literary criticism, culturology, history and arts - 138
Encyclopaedia of Uralic Mythologies, vol. 1. Komi Mythology. Ed. by Vladimir Napolskikh, Anna-Leena Siikala, Mihály Hoppál. - 140
The Reindeer People. Living with Animals and Spirits in Siberia. Piers Vitebsky - 142

An Electronical Journal of Folklore
vol. 34. 2006

ISSN 1406-0949
Published by: FB and Media Group of LM
Edited by Mare Kõiva & Andres Kuperjanov
© Folk Belief and Media Group of Estonian Literary Museum

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