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Fairy tales from Scotland

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Oxford University Press,
Pub. Date:
1999.
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English
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Gallant knights, the enchanting Elf Queen, witches, wizards, and wee fairy folk... You'll find them all in this exciting collection of Scottish fairy tales and legends. Traditional tales of great beauty--such as "Tam Lin" and "MacCodrum of the Seals"--are mixed in with stories of exciting adventures--"The Adventures of Iain Direach" and "The Ailp King's Children"--and shrewd, simple fables like "The Fox" and "The Little Bannock." A map of old Scotland is included to identify the exact setting of every story. Whether you prefer Highland legends, ancient sagas, or warrior adventures, there is something for everyone in this collection--along with a good helping of Gaelic magic! (paperback reissue of Scottish Tales and Legends, ISBN 0-19-274141-1)
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9780192750129
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subject_facet Folklore -- Scotland, Tales -- Scotland
title_display Fairy tales from Scotland
title_full Fairy tales from Scotland / retold by Barbara Ker Wilson ; illustrated by Joan Kiddell-Monroe
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