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The frenzied prince, being heroic stories of ancient Ireland,

Author: Padraic Colum; Willy Pogány
Publisher: Philadelphia, David McKay Co. [1943]
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Genre/Form: Folklore
Juvenile works
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Colum, Padraic, 1881-1972.
Frenzied prince.
Philadelphia, David McKay Co. [1943]
(OCoLC)891453680
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Padraic Colum; Willy Pogány
OCLC Number: 1601537
Notes: Map on lining-papers.
"First edition."
Description: 196 pages including frontispiece, illustrations (some color) 24 x 20 cm
Contents: Prince Suivne and King Donald's storytellers --
Midir and Etain --
The Cowherds' fosterling --
Prince Suivne and his wife Eorann --
Cuchullain and the battle-goddess --
Cuchullain and the warrior women --
The Death of Cuchullain --
Prince Suivne and the madman of Britain --
How the harp came to Tara --
The Gruff gillie --
Prince Suivne at Dun Na Nee --
The Battle of Moy Rah --
the King of Ireland's daughter --
The Death of Dermott O'Duivna --
Prince Suivne and the Abbot Moling --
MacErca and the wizard woman --
The Blemished king --
Ancient Ireland and the stories told.
Responsibility: told by Pádraic Colum, illustrated by Willy Pogány.

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