Gogol''s classic, uproarious folktale, presented in a beautiful hardcover edition perfect for giving as a gift. Written in 1831, this dark tale relates The adventures of Vakula, the blacksmith, in his fight against the devil, who has stolen the moon above the village of Dikanka and is wreaking havoc on its inhabitants, all to win the love of the most beautiful girl in town. The basis for many film and opera adaptations, and still a story traditionally read aloud to children on Christmas Eve..
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A festive collection of short stories by №1 bestseller, Cathy Kelly, the natural heir to Maeve Binchy. Lose yourself in a warm and wonderful collection of..Купить Описание