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Irish folk stories and fairy tales / edited by William Butler Yeats.


New York : Grosset and Dunlap, [197-?] .
ISBN 9780448000213, 0448000210

Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
American
WRLC Shared Collections Facility
GR147 .Y4 1957 Off-site
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Other Authors Yeats, W. B. 1865-1939.
Subjects Contes -- Irlande.
Fairy tales -- Ireland.
Fairy tales.
Folklore -- Ireland.
Folklore -- Irlande.
Folklore.
Ireland.
Series Universal library.
Description 297 pages ; 21 cm.
Copyright Date [197-?]
Summary An anthology of Irish folktales and fairy tales, some in verse. Grouped by theme.
Contents The trooping fairies: The fairies -- Frank Martin and the fairies -- The priest's supper -- The fairy well of Lagnanay -- Teig O'Kane and the corpse -- Paddy Corcoran's wife -- Cusheen Loo -- The white trout: a legend of Cong -- The fairy thorn -- The legend of Knockgrafton -- A Donegal fairy -- Changelings: The brewery of egg-shells -- The fairy nurse -- Jamie Freel and the young lady -- The stolen child -- The Merrow: The soul cages -- Flory Cantillon's funeral -- The solitary fairies: The lepracaun; or, Fairy shoemaker -- Master and man -- Far Darrig in Donegal -- The Pooka: The piper and the puca -- Daniel O'Rourke -- The Kildare pooka -- The Banshee: How Thomas Connolly met the banshee -- A lamentation -- The banshee of the Mac Carthys -- Ghosts: A dream -- Grace Connor -- A legend of Tyrone -- The black lamb -- Song of the ghost -- The radiant boy -- The fate of Frank M'Kenna -- Witches, fairy doctors: Bewitched butter (Donegal) -- A queen's county witch -- The witch hare -- Bewitched butter (Queen's county) -- The horned women -- The witches' excursion -- The confessions of Tom Bourke -- The pudding bewitched -- T'Yeer-na-n-og: The legend of O'Donoghue -- Rent day -- Loughleagh (Lake of healing) -- Hy-Brasail - the isle of the blest -- The phantom isle -- Saints, Priests: The priest's soul -- The priest of Coloony -- The story of the little bird -- Conversion of King Laoghaire's daughters -- King O'Toole and his goose -- The devil: The demon cat -- The long spoon -- The countess Kathleen O'Shea -- The three wishes -- Giants: The giant's stairs -- A legend of Knockmany -- Kings, queens, princesses, earls, robbers: The twelve wild geese -- The lazy beauty and her aunts -- The haughty princess -- The enchantment of Gearoidh Iarla -- Munachar and Manachar -- Donald and his neighbors -- The jackdaws -- The story of Conn-eda.
Geographic Area Ireland
Network Numbers (OCoLC)ocm18725957
(OCoLC)18725957
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