The Penguin book of Scottish folktales
Featuring more than 100 memorable tales, this extensive collection brings together stirring stories from all parts of Scotland. Legends from mountain, moor, and battlefield are represented--some of the most colorful myths and legends that have survived from Scotland's turbulent past.
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