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Celtic Folklore Welsh And Manx
     

Celtic Folklore Welsh And Manx

by RHYs JOHN
 
Celtic Folklore: Welsh and Manx
By John Rhys

Important collections of Celtic folklore and one of the most important collections of Welsh folk and fairy legend, including many stories of fairy women who become wives and lovers. Many of these are from the lakes of Wales. John Rhys collected these tales from the Welsh speaking people. Their relationship to

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Celtic Folklore: Welsh and Manx
By John Rhys

Important collections of Celtic folklore and one of the most important collections of Welsh folk and fairy legend, including many stories of fairy women who become wives and lovers. Many of these are from the lakes of Wales. John Rhys collected these tales from the Welsh speaking people. Their relationship to the Medieval manuscript material such as the Mabinogion and the Arthurian romances is amazing. The Lady of the Lake is a sister to many of the Lake Fairies here discussed. Included are a list of bibliographical references and a geographical list of authorities.

Volume I :-

Chapter I: Undine's Kymric Sisters
Chapter II: The Fairies' Revenge
Chapter III: Fairy Ways and Words
Chapter IV: Manx Folklore
Chapter V: The Fenodyree and his Friends

Volume II :-

Chapter VI: The Folklore of the Wells
Chapter VII: Triumphs of the Water-World
Chapter VIII: Welsh Cave Legends
Chapter IX: Place-Name Stories
Chapter X: Difficulties of the Folklorist
Chapter XI: Folklore Philosophy
Chapter XII: Race in Folklore and Myth.

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Product Details

BN ID:
2940012301185
Publisher:
Apps Publisher
Publication date:
04/11/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
2 MB

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