The enchanted land: myths and legends of Britain's landscape

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Thorsons, Feb 20, 1995 - Juvenile Fiction - 170 pages
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Describes the legends and folklore associated with particular natural and man-made characteristics of the British landscape, and suggests sites to visit

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Contents

Introduction
1
Hills and Mountains
13
Rivers and Streams
24
Copyright

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