- pl byli·ny \-nē\ or bylinas \-nəz\. Definition of BYLINA. : a Russian folk epic or ballad.
- of Cynthia Dwork, Ravi Kumar, Moni Naor and D. Sivakumar
- of Cynthia Dwork, Ravi Kumar, Moni Naor and D. Sivakumar presented by Linas Baltrunas and Patrick Lamber. Page 2.
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- Jul 14, 2011 Fasano's wife, Kerry, attended JCA along with John Bylina, who is the owner of the Fuel. Sports Performance Training in Crest Hill.
- GENRE SPACE OF FOLK NARRATIVE TRADITION: THE RUSSIAN
- non-versified genres, and bylina (epics) in versified ones) and peripheral genres, ing or to a recitative performance like in epics (bylinas) or laments.
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- Bylina - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Bylina or Bylyna (Russian: были́на; pl. Russian: были́ны Byliny; Ukrainian: билина Bylyna; pl.
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- The russian Bylina | On Sri Chinmoy's Sunlit Path
- Bylina comes from the Russian "byl'" (быль), a word which signifies a story of real events, as opposed to a fictional one and a cognate of the English verb to be.
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- Bylinas definition of Bylinas in the Free Online Encyclopedia.
- bylina. Traditional form of orally transmitted Old Russian and Russian heroic narrative poetry.
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