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Sorbian Proverbs - Serbske přislowa

Thursday 25 September 2014 at 07:17 am

In 2004 Susanne Hose, PhD, of the Sorbian Institute in Bautzen  and Wolfgang Mieder, PhD, of the University of Vermont collaborated on a book of Sorbian Proverbs. Copies of the book were shipped to Serbin and quickly sold out. What follows is the introduction to that book. It is a very concise and well written history of the Sorbs as well as an introduction to the world of proverbs. - Weldon Mersiovsky

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