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The Baba Yaga

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Carmen Montemayor

on 2 June 2011

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Transcript of The Baba Yaga

The Baba Yaga Lucia Andujar & Carmen Montemayor By: Aleksandr Afanasyev Baba means "old woman" or "grandmother" Yaga means"lazybones"or"sluggard" In some Russian tales, Baba Yaga is portrayed as a hag Baba Yaga is sometimes shown as an antagonist, and sometimes as a source of guidance; there are stories in which she helps people with their quests, and stories in which she kidnaps children and threatens to eat them. She flies around on a giant pestle, kidnaps (and presumably eats) small children, and lives in a hut that stands on chicken legs. Publisher: Grove Press This story may come from people who lived in the forests of northern Russia and Finland many years ago. They had stone statues named Yaga. Russian soldiers who came to the area called them Golden Babas. The evil stepmother wanted to kill the little girl Protagonist is a little girl In this case the fairy god mother is the servant maid. The family is composed by a little girl, her dad and a stepmother Other characters-
-Cat
-Dogs
-Birch tree
-Doors
-Serant maid We don't have royal admirer And now it is turn for the antagonist Settings:
-Baba Yaga's house:
here is a very important place, since a lot of accion occurs here: Baba Yaga tries to eat the girl but, then the little girl escapes.
-Little girl's house:
The mother is shot there by the father who knew that she send her to Baba Yaga's house. BIBLIOGRAPHY:
-WIKIPEDIA(www.wikipedia.com)
-GOOGLE(www.google.com) THE END
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