Irish Fairy Tales

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Philip Smith
Dover, 1993 - Juvenile Fiction - 87 pages
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Eight charming tales full of the whimsy and wordplay of Irish folklore. Newly reset in large, easy-to-read type are: "Hudden and Dudden and Donald Orsquo;Neary," "Conal and Donal and Taig," "The Old Hagrsquo;s Long Leather Bag," "The Field of Boliauns," "The Sprightly Tailor," and more. 6 new illustrations enhance the text.

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The Bee, the Harp, the Mouse, and the Bum-Clock - It's Jack and the Beanstalk's beginning with Rumplestiltskin's ending. The Sprightly Tailor - Somewhat humorous, but mostly WTF?. Conal and Donal and ... Read full review

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About the author (1993)

Philip Smith is assistant professor of sociology at Yale University. He is the author or coauthor of several books, including the widely praised "Cultural Theory: An Introduction. "

Thea Kliros grew up in New York City. She attended Bennington College in Bennington, Vermont, and the Yale School of Design. First a painter and then a graphic artist, she has lived in Spain, Switzerland, and New York City. Her work includes the children's book, Three Little Pigs.

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