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The Oxford Book of Ballads / Newly Selected and Edited by James Kinsley.

[New ed.].. Oxford, Clarendon P., 1969.
ISBN 0198121334, 9780198121336

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Other Title Book of Ballads
Subjects Ballades anglaises -- Anthologies.
Ballades anglaises -- Textes.
Ballades écossaises -- Anthologies.
Ballades écossaises -- Textes.
Ballads, English -- England -- Texts.
Ballads, English.
Ballads, Scots -- Scotland -- Texts.
Ballads, Scots.
Description xvi, 711 pages music 19 cm
Copyright Date 1969.
Notes "Replaces The Oxford book [of ballads] made by Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch in 1910."
Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (pages 695-706).
Also issued online.
Contents Fair Margaret and Sweet William -- The Twa Brothers -- The Cruel Brother -- Edward, Edward -- Son David -- Lord Randal -- The Three Rauens -- The Courteous Knight -- Johny Faa -- Eppie Morrie -- Bonnie Annie Livieston -- Donald of the Isles (Lizie Lindsay) -- The Shepherd's Dochter -- The Laird o' Ochiltree Wa's -- The Baron of Leys -- The Fair Flower of Northumberland -- The False Lover -- Fa'se Footrage -- The Lord of Lorn and the Fals Steward -- Lady Maisry -- Katherine Jaffray -- McNaughtan (Johnny Scot) -- The Bonny Earl of Livingston -- Sir Patrick Spence -- Lamkin -- Hugh of Lincoln -- Young Waters -- Lord Douglas -- Mary Hamilton -- Clyde's Waters -- Young Benjie -- Bonnie George Campbell -- The Bailiff's Daughter of Islington -- The Duke o' Athole's Nurse -- The Lowlands of Holland -- The Trumpeter of Fyvie -- Bonny Barbara Allan -- The Bonny Brown Girl -- The Bewick and the Graeme -- The Outlaw Murray -- Robyn and Gandelyn -- The Birth of Robin Hood -- Adam Bel, Clym of the Cloughe, and Wyllyam of Cloudesle -- Robyn Hode and the Munke -- A Gest of Robyn Hode -- Battle of Otterbourne -- Chevy Chase -- Sir Andrew Bartton.
Johnie Armstrang -- The Lament of the Border Widow -- Northumberland betrayd by Dowglas -- Johnie o' Cocklesmuir -- Dick o' the Cow -- Jamie Telfer of the Fair Dodhead -- Geordie -- Kinmont Willie -- Jock o' the Side -- Hobie Noble -- Hughie Graham -- The Lochmaben Harper -- Parcy Reed -- The Braes of Yarrow -- Rare Willy -- The Bonny Earl of Murray -- Burning of Auchindown -- Edom o' Gordon -- The Death of Lord Warriston -- Lord Maxwell's Last Goodnight -- The Fire of Frendraught -- The Bonnie House o' Airlie -- Bessy Bell and Mary Gray -- The Baron of Braikley -- The Battle of Bothwell Bridge -- The Jolly Beggar -- The Gaberlunzie-Man -- Johnie Blunt -- The Cunning Clerk -- Kellyburnbraes -- Room for a Jovial Tinker: Old Brass to Mend -- The Merchant and the Fidler's Wife -- The Unfortunate Miller; Or, The Country Lasses witty Invention -- The Crafty Miss of London; or, The Fryar well Fitted -- The Fair Lass of Islington --Squire and Milkmaid; or, Blackberry Fold -- Verses on Daniel Good -- Bristowe Tragedie Or the Dethe of Syr Charles Bawdin -- Cumnor Hall -- William Bond -- Red Harlaw -- The Three Sailors -- Stratton Water -- Duriesdyke -- Sir Halewyn.
The Cherry-tree Carol -- Seynt Steuyn and Herowdes -- Dives and Lazarus -- Thomas the Rhymer -- The Wee Wee Man -- Tam Lin -- Sir Colin -- Sir Aldingar -- The Boy and the Mantle -- Gil Brenton -- Sweet Willie -- May Colven -- The Twa Magicians -- Alison Gross -- Kempion -- The Laily Worm and the Machrel -- King Orfeo -- King Henry -- The Cruel Mother -- The Cruel Sister -- The Broomfield Hill -- Proud Margret -- Clark Sanders -- The Carpenter's Wife (The Daemon Lover) -- Clerk Colvill -- Young Hunting -- The Grey Selchie of Sule Skerry -- The Wife of Usher's Well -- The Unquiet Grave: A Fragment -- Hind Etin -- Young Bekie -- Hynd Horn -- Earl Brand -- The Douglas Tragedy -- Willie and Lady Margerie -- Glasgerion -- King Estmere -- Fair Annie -- Fair Isabell of Rochroyall -- Child Waters -- Gil Morrice -- Brown Adam -- Jellon Grame -- Little Mousgrove and the Lady Barnet -- Fair Janet -- Lord Thomas and Fair Annet -- The Famous Flower of Serving-Men -- The Bents and Broom -- Rose the Red and White Lilly -- Babylon -- The Bonny Heyn -- Prince Robert -- Lord Livingston -- Young Johnstone -- Younge Andrew -- The Gay Goss Hawk -- Brown Robin.
Genre Texts.
Geographic Area England
Network Numbers (OCoLC)58629
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Kinsley, James,
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