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Baba Yagas chicken-legged hut. Large 50x70cm (19,75 x 27,5 inch.) art print
Baba Yagas chicken-legged hut. Large 50x70cm 1975 x by Pomyslownia
From Baba Yaga and the Wolf by Tin Can Forest: "Let us, wytche and lycanthrope, spin a jig, then howl at the moon, together."
the hut of baba yaga Suddenly the ground began to tremble. Rabbits scurried under bushes and birds flew to the sky to hide in the clouds. Marusia put her ear to the ground. She heard a fearful thumping sound. Marusia remembered what her mother had said: "Never enter the forest of the far side of the village, for that is the forest of Baba Yaga!" -----Ernest Small