Representations of the Chudes in Norwegian and Russian Folklore

  title={Representations of the Chudes in Norwegian and Russian Folklore},
  author={Natalia Drannikova and Roald Larsen},
  journal={Acta Borealia},
  pages={58 - 72}
Abstract The objectives of this article are (1) to reveal the meaning (semantics) of the word “Chude” in Norwegian and Russian cultures; (2) to analyze Russian and Norwegian legends about the Chudes in order to define the main plot-constructing elements. When writing this article the authors used a synchronous and diachronous methods of analysis of material that was written down in a period that exceeds one and a half centuries. In etymological sense the word “Chude” (tsjude or Cud) can be… 
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