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Irish folk and fairy tales

Author: Michael Scott
Publisher: London, England ; New York, N.Y., USA : Penguin Books, 1989.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : Omnibus edView all editions and formats
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Presents the tales and legends from the dawn of Gaelic history through the triumph of St. Patrick, and up to present-day Ireland.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Scott
ISBN: 0140123261 9780140123265
OCLC Number: 22542866
Description: 3 volumes in 1 ; 20 cm
Contents: The sons of Tureen (the first sorrow of Irish storytelling) --
The children of Lir (the second sorrow of Irish storytelling) --
Deirdre and the sons of Usnach (the third sorrow of Irish storytelling) --
Midir and Etain --
Conla and the faery maid --
Birth of the shannon --
The garden of the Tuatha de Danann --
Fionn and the red man --
The leprechaun's tale --
The uncovered land --
The sea maid --
The faery host --
Samhain eve --
The black cross --
The magic lingers on --
Into the shadowland --
Into eternity --
The dawn --
Dermot and Grannia --
The return of Oisin --
Fire on the mountain (a legend of Saint Patrick) --
Banshee --
Creatures of the were: the wolves --
Creatures of the were: the hare --
The fairy midwife --
The hammer man --
The lovers' reward --
The black book --
The hand --
Arrival --
Thrice cursed --
The mermaid --
The wolf maids --
The nine --
The harper --
Famine --
The seal woman --
The cluricaun's tale --
Poteen --
The catspell --
The black cloud --
The card player --
The last outpost.
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Presents the tales and legends from the dawn of Gaelic history through the triumph of St. Patrick, and up to present-day Ireland.

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