Preface; Glossary; Introduction; I. Animal Tales; Sister Fox and the Wolf; The Peasant, the Bear, and the Fox; The Pig Set Off For the Games; The Fox as Keener; The Fox as Confessor; A Wolf-Gray and Daring; The Fox and the Jug; The Bear and the Beam; The Peasant, the Bear, the Fox, and the Gadfly; The Case of the Beekeeper and the Bear; The Bear; The Mushrooms; The Sun, the Wind, and the Moon; II. Tales of Heroes and Villains; Nikita the Tanner; Ivan the Mare's Son; Maria Morevna; The Witch and the Sun's Sister; The Milk of Wild Beasts; Baba Yaga and the Nimble Youth; Ivan Tsarevich and the Gray Wolf; The Maiden Tsar; Elena the Wise; The Frog Tsarevna; The Petrified Tsarevna; Fenist the Bright Falcon Feather; How the Tsar's Daughter Came to Know Need; Go Where You Know Not Where, Bring Back You Know Not What; The Mare's Head; Baba Yaga; The Swan-Geese; Vasilisa the Beautiful; III. Tales of Magic; A Prince and His Uncle; The Golden Slipper; Burenushka the Little Red Cow; Sivko-Burko; The Pig with the Golden Bristles; Dirty Face; Ivan Tsarevich, the Gray Wolf, and Elena the Most Beautiful; The Rejuvenating Applies; The Three Sons-in-Law; The Everlasting Piece; Little Boy Green; The Fiddler in Hell; The Snow Maiden; The Armless Maiden; IV. Legends; The Poor Widow; The Serpent; The Hermit and the Devil; The Proud Rich Man; The Bigamist; The Old Woman in Church; The Golden Saucer and the Silver Apple; SS. Kas'ian and Nikolai; Why Women Lost Their Rights; The Tale of a Drunkard; Who Brought Vodka to Rus; The Forest Spirit; The Skomorokh Vavilo; V. Tales of Love and Life; The Self-Playing Gusli; About Ivan the Fool; The Philosopher and the Cripple; The Soldier Erema the Crafty; The Peasant and the Devil; The White-Bearded Old Man; The Tsar and the Two Craftsmen; The Wise Seven-Year-Old Girl; Tsar Peter and the Clever Woman; The Clever Daughter (or the Dispute Over a Colt); How I Became Head of the Division; The Merchant's Daughter; A Hunter Rescues a Maiden; The Woman From the Grave; About Savvushka; The Son-in-Law Teaches His Wife and Mother-in-Law; How Peter and a Hunter Went Hunting; Peter the Great Ate the Murzovka; The Carefree Monastery; Why There Is Treason in Rus; Eaten By a Wolf; How a Lad Bought Wisdom; Why They Stopped Banishing Old Men; How the Bear Killed the Robbers; The Soldier and Death; The Golden Pitcher; Peter the Great and the Three Soldiers; The Monk and the Abbess; VI. Tales of Clever Fools; Balda the Laborer; The Laborer and the Priest; Horns; How Klimka Stole the Landlord's Wife; Shabarsha the Laborer; About a Sly Peasant and a Priest; About Egibikha (Baba Yaga); A Lad Who Watched Rusalki; The Tsar and the Peasant; The Peasant and the Devil; The Devil Takes the Soldier's Watch; Whence Came Baba Yaga; The Wizard; VII. Anecdotes; The Dog Tsuvarnachka; Those Folks From Pskov; A Tailor or a Crayfish; The Mare's Egg; Kostia; The Lord of the Manor; How the Soldier Sold the Speck Unsalted Custard; If You Don't Like It, Don't Listen!; The Turnip; Roundsides; The Sad Story of a Raven; VIII. Serial Tales From the Far North.