- Эньиэ, Анна Курилова ньиэдьилпэ = Рассказы матери Анны Куриловой = Tales from my mother Anna Kurilova: compiled, transcribed from the original Tundra Yukagir handwritten texts and translated
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- Amsterdam: Pegasus
- Document type
- Faculty of Humanities (FGw)
- Amsterdam Center for Language and Communication (ACLC)
Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis (ASCA)
The present collection of texts, narrated in the Tundra Yukagir language by Anna Kurilova to her son Nikolai, forms a unique document about the Tundra Yukagir, a small people in the far North of Siberia. The stories tell about life on the tundra, explain family relations and kinship terms, personal names and toponymics, and how dye was made; Anna Kurilova also describes the traditional calendar.
The stories are recorded in Tundra Yukagir by writer and artist Nikolai Kurilov who also made the Russian translation. Cecilia Odé and Eric de Haard translated the stories into English.
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