The Ballads of Marko Kraljevic

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The Ballads of Marko Kraljevic. Translated by D.H. Low. Published by Cambridge University Press, 1922. First Edition. 8vo up to 9½” tall. 196 pages including appendix, notes, index and pronunciation. Frontispiece from a drawing by Olive Carleton Smyth. Black cloth boards, brown spine label. Light wear to boards, text block is clean without marks, tears or folds.  Marko Mrnjavčević (1335-1395) “Prince Marko” is the most popular hero of Serbian folklore in the history of the Balkans. These are folktales tales or ballads in the Slavic oral tradition of the exploits of a fearless and powerful protector of the weak, who fought against injustice and confronted the Turks during the Ottoman occupation.  002354            $25


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