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Folk-lore and fable : Æsop, Grimm, Andersen

Author: Charles William Eliot; Aesop.; Wilhelm Grimm; Jacob Grimm; H C Andersen
Publisher: [Whitefish, MT] : Kessinger Pub., [2004?]
Series: Harvard classics, v. 17.; Kessinger Publishing's rare reprints.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles William Eliot; Aesop.; Wilhelm Grimm; Jacob Grimm; H C Andersen
ISBN: 0766181812 9780766181816
OCLC Number: 73540566
Notes: Reprint. Originally published: New York : P.F. Collier & Son, ©1909.
"The Harvard classics edited by Charles W. Eliot."
Description: 383 pages, [1] pages of plates : 1 illustration ; 23 cm.
Contents: Æsop's fables: The cock and the pearl --
The wolf and the lamb --
The dog and the shadow --
The lion's share --
The wolf and the crane --
The man and the serpent --
The town mouse and the country mouse --
The fox and the crow --
The sick lion --
The ass and the lapdog --
The lion and the mouse --
The swallow and the other birds --
The frogs desiring a king --
The mountains in labour --
The hares and the frogs --
The wolf and the kid --
The woodman and the serpent --
The bald man and the fly --
The fox and the stork --
The fox and the mask --
The jay and the peacock --
The frog and the ox --
Androcles --
The bat, the birds, and the beasts --
The hart and the hunter --
The serpent and the file --
The man and the wood --
The dog and the wolf --
The belly and the members --
The hart in the ox-stall --
The fox and the grapes --
The horse, hunter, and stag --
The peacock and juno --
The fox and the lion --
The lion and the statue --
The ant and the grasshopper --
The tree and the reed --
The fox and the cat --
The wolf in sheep's clothing --
The dog in the manger --
The man and the wooden god --
The fisher --
The shepherd's boy --
The young thief and his mother --
The man and his two wives --
The nurse and the wolf --
The tortoise and the birds --
The two crabs --
The ass in the lion's skin --
The two fellows and the bear --
The two pots --
The four oxen and the lion --
The fisher and the little fish --
Avaricious and envious --
The crow and the pitcher --
The man and the Satyr --
The goose with the golden eggs --
The labourer and the nightingale --
The fox, the cock, and the dog --
The wind and the sun --
Hercules and the waggoner --
The man, the boy, and the donkey --
The miser --
The fox and the mosquitoes --
The fox without a tail --
The one-eyed doe --
Belling the cat --
The hare and the tortoise --
The old man and death --
The hare with many friends --
The lion in love --
The bundle of sticks --
The lion, the fox, and the beasts --
The ass's brains --
The eagle and the arrow --
The milkmaid and her pail --
The cat-maiden --
The horse and the ass --
The trumpeter taken prisoner --
The buffoon and the countryman --
The old woman and the wine jar --
The fox and the goat. Grimm's tales: The frog-king, or Iron Henry --
Our lady's child --
Faithful John --
The pack of ragamuffins --
Rapunzel --
The three little men in the wood --
The three spinners --
Hänsel and Grethel --
The fisherman and his wife --
The valiant little tailor --
Cinderella --
Mother Holle --
The seven ravens --
Little red-cap --
The Bremen town-musicians --
The girl without hands --
Clever Elsie --
Thumbling --
Thumbling as journeyman --
The six swans --
Little Briar-Rose --
Fundevogel --
King Thrushbeard --
Little Snow-White --
Rumpelstiltskin --
The three feathers --
The golden goose --
Allerleirauh --
The wolf and the fox --
Hans in luck --
The goose-girl --
The peasant's wise daughter --
The spirit in the bottle --
Bearskin --
The willow-wren and the bear --
Wise folks --
The shroud --
The two kings' children --
The seven Swabians --
One-eye, two-eyes, and three-eyes --
Snow-White and Rose-Red. Andersen's tales: The ugly duckling --
The swineherd --
The emperor's new clothes --
The little sea-maid --
The elfin mound --
The wild swans --
The garden of paradise --
The constant tin soldier --
The daisy --
The nightingale --
The storks --
The darning-needle --
The shadow --
The red shoes --
Little Ida's flowers --
The angel --
The flying trunk --
The tinder-box --
The buckwheat --
The bell.
Series Title: Harvard classics, v. 17.; Kessinger Publishing's rare reprints.
Other Titles: Folklore and fable
Æsop, Grimm, Andersen
Responsibility: with introductions and notes.

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