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Welsh legends and folk-tales,

Author: Gwyn Jones
Publisher: [London] Oxford University Press, 1955.
Series: Oxford myths and legends.
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Genre/Form: Legends
Folklore
Children's nonfiction
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Jones, Gwyn, 1907-1999.
Welsh legends and folk-tales.
[London] Oxford University Press, 1955
(OCoLC)575154794
Online version:
Jones, Gwyn, 1907-1999.
Welsh legends and folk-tales.
[London] Oxford University Press, 1955
(OCoLC)606053230
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gwyn Jones
OCLC Number: 1404917
Description: 230 pages illustrations 22 cm.
Contents: The four branches of story; I. Pwyll and Pryderi. i. The marriage of Pwyll and Rhiannon --
II. THe birth of Pryderi --
II. The story of Branwen --
III. The trials of Dyfed --
IV. Lleu and the flowerface --
The British Arthur; I. The quest for Olwen. i. The destiny --
ii. At Arthur's court --
iii. In search of Olwen --
iv. Fulfilling the tasks: The sword of Wrnach the giant --
The oldest animals --
The lame ant --
The beard of Dillus the bearded --
The everlasting battle --
The tusk of Ysgithyrwyn --
The hunting of the otherworld boar --
The blood of the black witch --
v. Culhwch marries Olwen --
II. How Trystan won esyllt --
III. Rhitta of the beards --
IV. The dream of Rhonabwy --
Tales old and new; I. The dream of Macsen Wledig --
II. The three plagues of Britain --
III. Collen and the fair small folk --
IV. The lad who returned from Faerye --
V. Where Arthur sleeps --
VI. The aged infant. VII. The woman of Llyn-Y-Fan: i. The meeting --
ii. The parting --
iii. The sequel --
VIII. Eight leaves of story: i. The three staunch swineherds of Britain --
ii. The sigh of Gwyddno Long-shank --
iii. Baglan the builder --
iv. A harp on the water --
v. The man who killed his greyhound --
vi. The sun of Llanfabon --
vii. Red-hat otter --
viii. Cadwalader and all his goats --
IX. The salt welsh sea --
X. High eden.
Series Title: Oxford myths and legends.
Responsibility: Retold by Gwyn Jones. Illustrated by Joan Kiddell-Monroe.

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