Irish Folktales

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Pantheon Books, 1985 - Fiction - 353 pages
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Gathers traditional stories about kings, saints, ghosts, writers, fools, wise people, fairies, treasures, witchcraft, and the past

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User Review  - snapdragongirl - LibraryThing

These stories are certainly not polished. Most are obviously written down directly from the oral telling, which may be part of its charm. However, it may also cause a reader to roll their eyes. I found some of the stories down right boring and others obsure. I give it 3 stars. Read full review

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This latest volume of an already distinguished series maintains and even exceeds the high standards of the previous ones. The texts are taken from published and unpublished sources of the past 200 ... Read full review


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