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A bag of straws

A bag of straws
  • A bag of straws

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9 000 Ft + ÁFA (11 430 Ft)
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6 pc
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"If I love you, you can come to me without knocking,
but think carefully
I put you on my straw bag, the sizzling straw sighs with powder.
I'll bring you fresh water into the jug,
wipe your shoes before you leave
no one bothers us here,
you can safely patch your clothes.
Silence is great silence, I speak to you too,
if you're tired I'll sit you down on one of my chairs
you can take off your tie, collar in the heat,
if you are hungry, you will get clean paper on your plate when there are others,
but then leave me, I will be hungry forever.
If I love you, you can come to me without knocking,
but think carefully
it would hurt you to avoid it for a long time after that. "

József Attila Without Knocking
Product properties
"Sewn from thick linen, hardened with straw or possibly corn husks, part of the bedding. Other names: straw pillow, roses, ropes; in west-Mo. It lies on the board of the bed, to which comes the → waistband or directly the → sheets, possibly blankets, → rag blankets or mats. "The straw bag is the forerunner of the waistband; in ancient Mesopotamia, the leather cover was still largely filled with straw, cocoa, and rarely wool. known as Surdés (→ pillow) Gáspár Heltai writes about straw sacks as a bed-replacing, poor bed (1552). there was also straw. Even in the bed of the 18th century citizen of Debrecen, the straw bag is exceptional. In the case of peasants, the 19th. spread during the 20th century, in some places only in the 20th century. It became known partly through barracks, hence the name roses. - Straw sacks are usually undecorated, possibly striped. In Transylvania, only the end of the straw bag that went to the prize, the sage cooker, was striped in red and blue. In the same place, the straw bag could have an embroidered end or a side, of which there were several pieces in the → sown bed in Hétfalu. - Offices. Ferenc Gönczi: A more unified description of the region and people of Hetés in connection with Göcsej (Kaposvár, 1914); Mária Kresz: Educating in traditions in a peasant village (Népr. Tanulm., 1949); Edit Fél: Introduction to the knowledge of Hungarian folk embroidery (Bp., 1963). "
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