Scandinavian folk & fairy tales: tales from Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Iceland

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Avenel Books, 1984 - Social Science - 666 pages
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A collection of folk literature from five countries, with illustrations by native artists.

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Review: Scandinavian Folk & Fairy Tales: Tales From Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland & Iceland

User Review  - Robert Costic - Goodreads

This makes a good reference book. but I don't see it as something to read cover to cover. There are a huge number of tales, and with the exception of a few by Andersen they are told in the vernacular, which can grow tiring after a while. Read full review

Review: Scandinavian Folk & Fairy Tales: Tales From Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland & Iceland

User Review  - Rebecca - Goodreads

A wonderful collection of folk and fairy tales; you can see the roots of what inspired Tolkien and what continues to inspire Gaiman. Read full review

Contents

TALES FROM SWEDEN
169
Part TwoFrom the Regions
238
The Lord of Rosendal
240
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