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The crimson fairy book

Author: Andrew Lang; H J Ford
Publisher: New York : Dover Publications, [1967]
Edition/Format:   Book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Thirty-six fairy tales from the folklore of Hungary, Russia, Rumania, Finland, Iceland, Japan, and Sicily.
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Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew Lang; H J Ford
ISBN: 048621799X 9780486217994
OCLC Number: 575095
Notes: "Unabridged republication of the work originally published ... in 1903."
Description: xi, 371 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: Lovely Ilonka --
Lucky luck --
The hairy man --
To your good health! --
The story of the seven Simons --
The language of beasts --
The boy who could keep a secret --
The prince and the dragon --
Little Wildrose --
Tiidu the piper --
Paperarello --
The gifts of the magician --
The strong prince --
The treasure seeker --
The cottager and his cat --
The prince who would seek immortality --
The stone-cutter --
The gold-bearded man --
Tritill, Litill, and the birds --
The three robes --
The six hungry beasts --
How the beggar boy turned into Count Piro --
The rogue and the herdsman --
Eisenkopf --
The death of Abu Nowas and of his wife --
Motikatika --
Niels and the giants --
Shepherd Paul --
How the wicked Tanuki was punished --
The crab and the monkey --
The horse Gullfaxi and the sword Gunnföder --
The story of the sham prince, or the ambitious tailor --
The colony of cats --
How to find out a true friend --
Clever Maria --
The magic kettle.
Responsibility: edited by Andrew Lang ; with numerous illus. by H.J. Ford.

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Thirty-six fairy tales from the folklore of Hungary, Russia, Rumania, Finland, Iceland, Japan, and Sicily.

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