Sea-spell and moor-magic : tales of the Western Isles
|Format:||Print Book 1968|
|Availability:||Available at 3 Libraries 4 of 4 copies|
SummaryA collection of Scottish folk tales gathered from the traditions of ten different Western islands.
ContentsThe son of the baker of Barra (from the Isle of Barra)
The clever lad from Skye (from the Isle of Skye)
The lass that lost the laird's daughter (from the Isle of Arran)
Three fat ewes for three fine hounds (from the Isle of Mull)
The Ceabharnach (from the Isle of Islay)
The white sword of light (from the Isle of Jura)
The water-bull of Benbecula (from the Isle of Benbecula)
The three teeth of the king (From the Isle of Lewis)
The sea captain (from the mythical Isle of Eilean-H-Oige)
A bauchan in the family (from the Isle of Muck).
Tales -- Scotland -- Western Isles.
Folklore -- Scotland -- Hebrides.
Folklore -- Scotland -- Western Isles.
|Publisher|| New York :Holt, Rinehart and Winston,1968
xvi, 207 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm