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The book of Celtic stories

by Grierson, Elizabeth W.

Format: Print Book 1922
Availability: Unavailable 0 copies
Summary
A collection of sixteen Celtic fairy and folk tales.
Contents
The fate of the children of Lir
The battle of the birds
Kenneth the Yellow
The son of the strong man of the wood
How the hair of O'Neil's head was made to grow
Iain the fisher's son
Margery White Coats
The mop servant
The good housewife and her night labours
A tale of the son of the King of Ireland, and the daughter of the King of the Redcap
The smith and the fairies
The story of Finn, the son of Cumhal
How Finn obtained the tooth of knowledge
How Finn found bran
Finn's ransom
The last of the Feni, or, The man who went to the land of youth.

Additional Information
Subjects Celts -- Folklore.
Fairy tales -- Great Britain.
Fairy tales -- Ireland.
Tales -- Great Britain.
Tales -- Ireland.
Fairy tales.
Folklore -- Great Britain.
Folklore -- Ireland.
Publisher London :A & C Black,1922
Other Titles Celtic stories
Contributors Stewart, Allan, 1865-1951.
Language English
Description viii 324 pages : color illustrations ; 21 cm.
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