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Swedish Folktales. 1.

Swedish Folktales

English Translations Djurklou, Nils Gabriel. Fairy Tales from the Swedish, tr. Hans Lien Brækstad. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1901. Hofberg, Herman, coll. Nyblom, Helena, tr. Stroebe, Clara. Anthologies: Claire Booss. Benjamin Thorpes Yule-Tide Stories: A Collection of Scandinavian and North German Popular Tales and Traditions, from the Swedish, Danish, and German from; 1910. Basque legends (1879) Portuguese Folk-Tales by Consiglieri Pedroso (1882) Table of Contents Introduction by W.

Portuguese Folk-Tales by Consiglieri Pedroso (1882)

R. S. Ralston, MA. Introductory 1: The Vain Queen 2: The Maid and the Negress 3: The Three Citrons of Love 4: The Daughter of the Witch 5: May you vanish like the Wind. The Laughing Prince - Jugoslav Folk and Fairy Tales. Cossack Fairy Tales and Folk Tales (Ukraine) Ukraine is a country located in Central and Eastern Europe, and is the second largest country on the continent after Russia.

Cossack Fairy Tales and Folk Tales (Ukraine)

The collection of folktales from the Ukraine consists of one book with 27 folktales. Ads What's interesting in the Ukraine Saint Sophia Cathedral is an architectural monument in Kiev, the capital of Ukraine. One of the city's most popular landmarks, the Saint Sophia Cathedral was the first Ukrainian site to be included in the World Heritage List together with the Kiev Cave Monastery complex. The Russian Garland - Being Russian Folk Tales. Old Peter's Russian tales. Wheeler, Post, Russian-wonder tales (1912) Ralston, W.R.S., Russian folk-tales (1873)

The Project Gutenberg eBook of More Russian Picture Tales, by Valery Carrick. Gaster, M., Rumanian bird and beast stories (1915) Fillmore, Parker, Czechoslovak Fairy Tales (1919) The Shoemaker's Apron - Czechoslovak Fairy Tales and Folk Tales. Sixty Folk-Tales from Exclusively Slavonic Sources Index. Sacred Texts Legends and Sagas Buy this Book at Contents Start Reading Page Index Text [Zipped] This collection of Slavic folktales at first glance appears to have all of the usual suspects of European Märchen.

Sixty Folk-Tales from Exclusively Slavonic Sources Index

Evil stepmothers: check; plucky youths overcome impossible odds to marry kings' daughter: check; dimwitted peasants given magical gifts: check. What makes this book special are some tales and motifs that hint at even older lore. Title PagePrefaceContents Bohemian Stories IntroductionI. Moravian Stories IntroductionVIII. Hungarian-Slovenish Stories IntroductionX. Upper and Lower Lusatian Stories IntroductionXIV. Kashubian Story IntroductionXVI. Polish Stories. Folk-lore of modern Greece : the tales of the people : Geldart, Edmund Martin, 1844-1885. eBook and Texts > European Libraries > National Library of Scotland > Gaelic Books > Folk-lore of modern Greece : the tales of the people View the book (~204 pg)Read Online (9.0 M)PDF (7.9 M)B/W PDF(~204 pg)EPUB(~204 pg)Kindle(~204 pg)Daisy (352.5 K)Full Text (5.1 M)DjVu All Files: HTTPS Help reading texts Resources Bookmark.

Folk-lore of modern Greece : the tales of the people : Geldart, Edmund Martin, 1844-1885

Popular Tales from the Norse by George Webbe Dasent. Italian Popular Tales, by Thomas Frederick Crane. Transcriber’s note: Minor typographical errors have been corrected.

Italian Popular Tales, by Thomas Frederick Crane

Carets (^) indicate a superscript letter. This book has two types of notes. Footnotes are in the text and are indicated by a letter. These have been moved to the end of the appropriate paragraph. By Professor of the Romance Languages in Cornell University Boston and New York Houghton, Mifflin and Company The Riverside Press, Cambridge Copyright, 1885, by Thomas Frederick Crane.

The Riverside Press, Cambridge, Mass., U. To The growing interest in the popular tales of Europe has led me to believe that a selection from those of Italy would be entertaining to the general reader, and valuable to the student of comparative folk-lore. [Footnote A: Other condensations are indicated by brackets.] In conclusion, I must express my many obligations to Dr. English Fairy Tales - Joseph Jacobs. Celtic Fairy Tales by Joseph Jacobs. Popular Rhymes and Nursery Tales: a Sequel to the Nursery Rhymes of England - James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps.