History of British Folklore, Volume 1
This set re-issues classic works on folklore by Richard M. Dorson which trace the historical development of the idea of folklore from the Sixteenth Century to the First World War. The set also brings together the theoretical writings from folklorists.
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The Literary Folklorists
The First Scottish Folklorists
The Mythological Folklorists
The Savage Folklorists
The Great Team of Folklorists
The Society Folklorists
The County Collectors
The Celtic Folklorists
African Alfred Nutt ancient Andrew Lang anecdotes anthropological antiquarian antiquary Aryan Aubrey ballad belief Brand British Busk Celtic century Chambers Clodd Clouston collection collectors Croker culture customs Douce Edinburgh edition Edward Clodd England English essay European Fairy Legends Fairy Mythology Fairy Tales fictions Folk-Lore Society folklore folklorists folktales Frazer Gaelic ghost Gomme Grimm Halliwell Hartland Hausa hero Highland Hone Hugh Miller Ibid illustrate India Ireland Irish Islay Jacob Grimm Jacobs John Joseph Jacobs Keightley Lang's literary literature London lore magic manuscript Mary Kingsley Max Miiller Mdrchen modern myths narratives native notes oral original peasant Popular Antiquities Preface primitive printed proverbs published Religion Rhymes Rhys rites ritual Robert Robert Chambers romance savage Scotland Scott Scottish solar songs spirit story Superstitions survivals tale theory Thomas Thoms tion traditions translated Tylor village volume Welsh William William John Thoms witch witchcraft wrote