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World folktales / [edited by] Atelia Clarkson and Gilbert B. Cross.

; Cross, Gilbert B
New York : Scribner, [1980] .
ISBN 0684162903

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Other Authors Clarkson, Atelia.
Cross, Gilbert B.
Subjects Contes -- Classification.
Tales -- Classification.
Description xiv, 450 pages ; 24 cm
Copyright Date [1980]
Notes "A Scribner resource collection."
Includes indexes.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 434-450).
Summary A collection of more than sixty folktales from various parts of the world with an analysis of each tale and suggestions for folklore study.
Contents Koshalki-Opalki -- The Gold in the chimley -- Mighty Mikko -- The Indian Cinderella -- The Do-all ax -- Molly Whuppi -- The Toad-bridegroom -- The Cow on the roof -- Crab -- Gudbrand on the hill-side -- The Story of Kunz and his shepherd -- The Most obedient wife -- Clever Manka -- Rumpelstiltskin -- The Fairy dwelling on Selena Moor -- Field of Boliauns -- The Brownie of Blednock -- The Adventure of Cherry of Zennor -- The Seal's skin -- Te Kanawa and the fairies -- Buh Fox's number nine shoes -- The Three billy-goats gruff -- The Cat that went a-Traveling -- The three hares -- The Hare and the hedgehog -- The Witches' ride -- The Baba Yaga -- The Toad witch -- The Tinker and the ghost -- The Golden arm -- The Coffin-lid -- The Wolf-child -- The King o' the cats -- The Shrove Tuesday visitor -- The Cat and the parrot -- Talk -- Plop! -- The Cat and the mouse -- The Gingerbread boy -- An Endless story -- A Dark and stormy night -- The Travels of a fox -- Anansi plays dead -- Jack and the varmints -- Sheer crops -- Boots and his brothers -- Coyote tricks the white man -- Baby in the crib -- Nasr-ed Din Hodja in the pulpit -- Pedro de Urdemalas -- The Honey gatherer's three sons -- The Ridiculous wishes -- The Man who knew how to cure a snakebite -- The Tale of Ivan -- The Foolish man -- The Old man and his grandson -- How the Manx cat lost her tail -- Compair Lapin and Madame Carencro -- Why the sea is salt -- The Tortoise and the osprey -- Lazy Jack -- The Story of brave Kong -- Bastianelo -- The Mirror -- The Old woman and the tramp -- Now I should laugh, if I were not dead -- The Pig-headed wife.
Genre Classification.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)5411564
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