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Norwegian folk tales : from the collection of Peter Christen Asbjørnsen, Jørgen Moe

Author: Peter Christen AsbjørnsenJørgen Engebretsen MoeErik Theodor WerenskioldTheodor KittelsenPat Shaw IversenAll authors
Publisher: Oslo : Dreyers Forlag, [1960?]
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Named Person: Peter Christen Asbjørnsen; Jørgen Engebretsen Moe
Material Type: Fiction, Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Christen Asbjørnsen; Jørgen Engebretsen Moe; Erik Theodor Werenskiold; Theodor Kittelsen; Pat Shaw Iversen; Carl Norman
ISBN: 0394710541 9780394710549
OCLC Number: 2148176
Notes: Translation of: Norske folke-eventyr.
Description: 188 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Contents: The Norwegian folk tales and their illustrators --
The boys who met the trolls in the Hedal Woods --
The Seventh father of the house --
The Parson and the sexton --
The Ash lad who made the princess say, "You're a liar" --
Taper-Tom who made the princess laugh --
The Charcoal burner --
The Three princesses in the mountain-in-the-blue --
The Golden bird --
The Squire's bride --
Little Freddie with his fiddle --
Soria Moria Castle --
The Princess who always had to have the last word --
The Ash lad who had an eating match with the troll --
The Companion --
Butterball --
The Ram and the pig who went into the woods to live by themselves --
The Fox as shepherd --
The Mill that grinds at the bottom of the sea --
The Old woman against the stream --
The Hare who had been married --
The House mouse and the country mouse --
The Bear and the fox who made a bet --
Squire Per --
The Key in the distaff --
The Boy with the beer keg --
The Cock and the fox --
Not driving and not riding --
The golden castle that hung in the air --
White-bear-king-valemon --
"Good Day, fellow!" "Axe handle!" --
The Tabby who was such a terrible glutton --
The Devil and the bailiff --
The Ash lad and the good helpers --
Gudbrand of the hillside --
The Twelve wild ducks.
Other Titles: Norske folke-eventyr.
Responsibility: illustrated by Erik Werenskiold, Theodor Kittelsen ; translated by Pat Shaw, Carl Norman.

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