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More Celtic Fairy Tales

By Jacobs, Joseph

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Book Id: WPLBN0000634756
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Reproduction Date: 2005

Title: More Celtic Fairy Tales  
Author: Jacobs, Joseph
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Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
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Preface: For the last time, for the present, I give the children of the British Isles a selection of Fairy Tales once or still existing among them. The story store of Great Britain and Ireland is, I hope, now adequately represented in the four volumes which have won me so many little friends, and of which this is the last. My collections have dealt with the two folk?lore regions of these Isles on different scales. The ?English? region, including Lowland Scotland and running up to the Highland line, is, I fancy, as fully represented in ?English? and ?More English Fairy Tales? as it is ever likely to be. But the Celtic district, including the whole of Ireland and the Gaelic?speaking part of Scotland, still offers a rich harvest to the collector, and will not be exhausted for many a long day. The materials already collected are far richer than those which the ?English? region afford, and it has accordingly been my aim in the two volumes devoted to the Celts, rather to offer specimens of the crop than to exhaust the field.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: More Celtic Fairy Tales, 1 -- Joseph Jacobs, 1 -- Preface, 1 -- The Fate of the Children of Lir, 2 -- Jack the Cunning Thief, 8 -- Powel, Prince of Dyfed, 15 -- Paddy O'Kelly and the Weasel, 24 -- The Black Horse, 28 -- The Vision of MacConglinney, 33 -- Dream of Owen O'Mulready, 36 -- Morraha, 39 -- The Story of the McAndrew Family, 46 -- The Farmer of Liddesdale, 50 -- The Greek Princess and the Young Gardener, 52 -- The Russet Dog, 58 -- Smallhead and the King's Sons, 63 -- The Legend of Knockgrafton, 73 -- Elidore, 76 -- The Leeching of Kayn's leg, 77 -- How Fin went to the Kingdom of the Big Men, 87 -- How Cormac Mac Art went to Faery, 91 -- The Ridere of Riddles, 93 -- The Tail, 95 -- Notes and References, 95 -- More Celtic Fairy Tales

 

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