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Ask Baba Yaga : otherworldly advice for everyday troubles [electronic resource] / Taisia Kitaiskaia ; illustrations: Brenna Thummler.

Kitaiskaia, Taisia. (Author). Thummler, Brenna, (illustrator.). hoopla digital. (Added Author).


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Summary, etc.: Dear Baba Yaga, I think I must crave male attention too much. I fear that, without it, I would feel invisible. BABA YAGA:When you seek others this way, you are invisible nonetheless. Yr shawl is covered in mirrors in which others admire themselves; this is why they greet you so passionately. It is good to be seen, but it is better to see. Find a being to look hard into, & you will see yrself and what is more than you. In age-old Slavic fairy tales, the witch Baba Yaga is sought out by those with a burning need for guidance. In contemporary life, Baba Yaga-a dangerous, slippery oracle-answered earnest questions on The Hairpin for years. These pages collect her most poignant, surreal, and humorous exchanges along with all-new questions and answers for those seeking her mystical advice. |Taisia Kitaiskaia was born in Russia and raised in America. She is the author of Literary Witches: A Celebration of Magical Women Writers, illustrated by Katy Horan. Her poetry has been published widely. Baba Yaga lives deep in a treacherous wood; Taisia lives in Austin, Texas.
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Conduct of life Humor
Baba Yaga (Legendary character)
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