A short account of the clothes needed for survival in the tundra.
A folktale telling the story of an encounter between a human hunter and giant monsters of the forest.
A singing fable about a hare trotting through the forest.
A short monologue in which a Nenets speaker talks about holy mountains in her neighbourhood.
A story about an encounter with a bear at a campsite.
A story about the death of a woman’s sister.
An autobiographical account of the life of an animal caretaker, Olga Taybarey.
A short anecdote about a girl who was looking for a scoop.
A lullaby about a father who will come bearing gifts for his child.
A short text about choosing between potential husbands.
A myth recounting how the moon and the sun were created from children by the sky father.
An autobiographical account of the early life of a man with many siblings.
A monologue in which a Nenets speaker talks about the composition of her family and the events that have shaped it.
A short ditty about dressing up for a visit
A little song about going to the Tundra.
A song about one of three rich brothers asking a Nenets girl in marriage.
A joke about a Nenets man and his friend’s wife.
A very short story about a cheeky old Nenets man looking for water in a women’s tent.
A short song about a woman living with her father-in-law.
A short song contrasting life under the Tsar to life under Soviet power.
A short Nenets folksong about a seagull’s wish to travel with its mother.
A short Nenets tale about a seagull’s wish to travel with its mother.
A folk story about a man’s encounter at the site of the seven holy birch trees.
A folk story focussing on the adventures of a young girl and her three pike brothers.
A Tundra Nenets myth about the creation of life and death.