Rip Van Winkle & The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
In the first of these stories, Rip van Winkle sleeps for over twenty years, and then wakes up to a world that he no longer understands. In the other story, Ichabod Crane, the school teacher, meets a headless rider in the middle of a dark night. These two classic tales of the supernatural by Washington Irving have been popular for nearly two hundred years.
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American American Art Union artist Baltus Van Tassel beheld blooming Katrina bridge Brom Bones brook cakes Castle of Indolence Catskill Catskill Mountains church church-yard clouds cocked companion Dame Van Winkle Diedrich Knickerbocker door drowsy eyes farm farmer favorite fearful flagon foot FRITZ KREDEL Galloping Hessian ghosts glen goblin haunted head headless horseman heard heart horse Hudson Ichabod Crane idle illustrations imagination Irving's justice Kaatskill Katrina Van Tassel kind knight-errant Legend of Sleepy living's looked narrator neighbor neighborhood Nicholas Vedder night old Dutch old gentleman passed pedagogue Peter Stuyvesant pipe poor Rip pumpkin rider Rip Van Winkle Rip's Ripper road rock round saddle scene school-house schoolmaster seen self-important shoulder side Sketch Book Sleepy Hollow Restorations spectre spirit steed stood story strange stream tale Tarrytown Tassel thought tree turned urchin valley village voice Washington Irving whip-poor-will whistle whole wild witches Wolf