Stories about Number Nip the spirit of Giant mountains
Chatto & Windus, 1881 - Fairy tales - 270 pages
Retelling of stories about Number Nip, the legendary spirit of the Giant Mountains in Silesia. First collected by Musaeus in the late 18th century.
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Alfred Concanen amusing answered asked Bailiff Baron basket beautiful Benedick Besant and James black hoofs black hound Bret Harte Brinhilda brothers butler called Carl Carlsbad carriage castle Catrine cloth extra cloth limp Coloured Countess Crown 8vo dark daughters Demy 8vo door Edition Facsimile father footman Frau Ursula Fritz Giant Mountains gilt goats gold golden grave-looking happened heard Hirschberg horses James Payn James Rice Justin McCarthy Klaus knew ladies landlady landlord looked Lord Giantdale Ludwig Macquoid maidens marry Meta morning mother Nip's Number Nip numerous Illustrations Ouida palace poor Portrait postilion priest Prince Ratibon Princess prison Professor punish Rolf salmon seen seized Silesia soon spirits Stephen story supper tell things thought told took trees turnips voice walked wife and children Wilkie Collins William Hurrell Mallock window woman wood young
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