Irish Folktales

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Pantheon Books, 1985 - Fiction - 353 pages
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Gathers traditional stories about kings, saints, ghosts, writers, fools, wise people, fairies, treasures, witchcraft, and the past

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Review: Irish Folk Tales

User Review  - Ginny Grafton - Goodreads

I think every Irish folktale ever told is included in this book! Collected by the likes of Yeats and Lady Gregory, this collection lovingly records folktales exactly in the words of their narrators. I loved it and recommend it as a great starting point for anyone interested in Irish storytelling. Read full review

Review: Irish Folk Tales

User Review  - Stephanie Kapllani - Goodreads

These are really interesting, the book is divided in Irish folktales on wit, mystery, the old story, faith, history and fireside tales. I'll admit, I skimmed a lot of them but my favorites were from ... Read full review

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