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Cork Folk Tales.

Author: Kate Corkery
Publisher: Stroud : The History Press, 2017.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A vibrant collection of local folk tales from Cork handed down through generations of storytellers.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Folklore
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Corkery, Kate.
Cork Folk Tales.
Stroud : The History Press, ©2017
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Kate Corkery
ISBN: 9780750982979 0750982977
OCLC Number: 975221892
Description: 1 online resource (146 pages)
Contents: Title; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgements; Preface; 1. Introductory Stories; The Man Who Had No Story; Tales from Eibhlís de Barra; The Giant's Stairs; 2. Great Gods and Goddesses along the Coast; Goibhniu the Wonder Smith and the Cow of Plenty; Clíona's Wave; The House of Donn; The Cailleach Bhéarra; The Hag of Beare; 3. Warriors, Kings, Lakes and Hills; The Vision of Anera Mac Conglinne; Lough Hyne --
Loch Ine; The Legend of the Lough; The Fianna and the Banquet; Tryst after Death; Mogh Ruith --
The Wizard Who Won Fermoy; The Legend of Cairn Theirna; The Soldier's Billet. 4. Women, Caves and Deep-Sea CavernsThe Cave of the Grey Sheep; Donal Rasca the Reparee; The Mermaid from Mizen Head; The Fisherman of Kinsale and the Hag of the Sea; 5 Through the Fields to the Other World; Tales of the Wise Woman Máire Ni Mhurchú; The Old Woman in Cullane; How a Father Saved His Children; The Leprechaun from Leap; 6. Love and Loss, Stones and Rocks; Carraig Chlíona; The Blarney Stone; The White Lady; Remmy Carroll, the Piper; 7. Saints and Sinners, Wells and Rivers; It's a Long Monday, Patrick; The Water of Eternity; St Ciaran; The Fire Carrier; St Finbarr; St Gobnait. The Spirit Horse8. Restless Spirits on the Road; How Matehy Got Its Name; Petticoat Loose; The Ass of Carrigaphooca; The Stepson and the Three Spirits; Buried Alive; The Oatmeal Pooka; 9. Wit, Wisdom and Journey's End; The Wife Who Outwitted the Devil; The Big Fool; The Three Clever Sisters; The Hour of Our Death; Sources.

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