A Time for Trolls: Fairy Tales from Norway

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Tanum-Norli, 1972 - Social Science - 82 pages
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Two Norwegians, P.C. Asbjornsen and Jorgen Moe, collected folk tales and published them from 1837-1871. Here are selections from those collections.

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Review: A Time for Trolls: Fairy Tales from Norway (Tanum's Tokens of Norway)

User Review  - Mark - Goodreads

I found this sitting in my bookshelf with all my children's books. I took a look at it and it does have some fun stories contained in it. Easy to read and good for children if you have them. Read full review

Review: A Time for Trolls: Fairy Tales from Norway (Tanum's Tokens of Norway)

User Review  - Lisa - Goodreads

I bought this at a used bookstore mostly because I thought the title was funny, but I ended up liking these stories a lot. This book is full of wonderful things: trolls that burst when they get angry ... Read full review

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Introduction
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Asbjornsen
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Asbjornsen
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Copyright

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