Macedonian Folklore

@article{MacedonianF,
  title={Macedonian Folklore},
  author={},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={69},
  pages={125-125}
}
  • Nature
THIS somewhat dainty little volume on Macedonian folklore, with its blue and white binding, will be welcomed by many readers, first, because the print and paper are good, and next, because the work is pleasantly written, and every paragraph is of interest. The results collected in the work before us by Mr. G. F. Abbott, of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, are the fruits of a series of researches into the folklore of the Greek-speaking parts of Macedonia, carried on by the author under the auspices… Expand
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