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The Borzoi book of French folk tales

Author: Paul Delarue; Austin E Fife; Warren Chappell
Publisher: New York : A.A. Knopf, 1956.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Includes the tales, with commentary and discussion on the variants of each tale.
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Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Delarue; Austin E Fife; Warren Chappell
OCLC Number: 950562
Description: xix, 402 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: The three May peaches --
Jean, the soldier, and Eulalie, the Devil's daughter --
The giant Goulaffre --
The white dove --
The Devil and the two little girls --
The story of John-of-the-Bear and the story of Cricket --
King Fortunatus's golden wig --
Father Roquelaure --
The lost children --
The godchild of the fairy in the tower --
Petit Jean and the frog --
The gilded fox --
The love of three oranges --
The doctor and his pupil --
Little Johnny Sheep-Dung --
The three dogs and the dragon --
The self-propelled carriage --
The old woman in the well --
The little girl's sieve --
Father Big-Nose --
The serpent and the grape-grower's daughter --
The three stags --
The miller's three sons --
The marriage of Mother Crumb --
Father Louison and the Mother of the Wind --
Grain-of-Millet --
The little sardine --
The story of Grandmother --
The sharpshooter --
Georgic and Merlin --
The little blacksmith --
La Ramée and the phantom --
The woman with three children --
The kid --
How Kiot-Jean married Jacqueline --
Half-Man --
The three blue stones --
The journey to Toulouse of the animals that had colds --
The lion that learned to swing ; The fox that learned how to pick cherries ; The wolf that learned how to split wood --
The sow and the wolf --
The three pullets --
The goat and her kids --
Brother Mazaraud --
A lovely dream and a fateful journey --
Half-Chick --
Turlendu --
The fantastic adventures of Cadiou the Tailor --
The miraculous doctor --
The mole of Jarnages --
The shepherd who got the king's daughter --
Simple-minded Jeanne --
Jean-Baptiste's swaps --
Circular tale.
Other Titles: French folk tales
Responsibility: selected and edited by Paul Delarue ; translated by Austin E. Fife ; illustrated by Warren Chappell.

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Includes the tales, with commentary and discussion on the variants of each tale.

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