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Fairy Legends and Traditions of Southern Ireland

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Published in 1825, this is the earliest and most important & comprehensive studies of Irish folklore ever undertaken. This collection of tales, legens & folk traditions collected from peasants & storytellers captures the last days of an ancient culture. This edition contains two volumes. The first is a collection of forty tales of Irish superstition including tales of: The Shefro, The Cluricaune, The Banshee, The Phooka, Thierna Na Oge, The Merrow, The Dullahan, The Fir Darrig, Treasure Legends and Rocks and Stones. The second volume is dedicated to the Brothers Grimm and focuses primarily on Elves, and their legends and traditions in Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

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Author T. Crofton Croker
Binding Paperback
Condition New
Pages 672
ISBN-13 9781906621049
Publisher The Lost Library


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