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Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry

edited and selected by W.B. Yeats
Format
Book; Online; EBook
Published
London : W. Scott ; New York : T. Whittaker, 1888.
Language
English
Series
The Camelot Series
Contents
  • Kings, queens, princesses, earls, robbers. The twelve wild geese
  • The lazy beauty and her aunts
  • The haughty princess
  • The enchantment of Gearoidh Iarla
  • Munachar and Manachar
  • Donald and his neighbors
  • The jackdaw
  • The story of Conn-eda.
  • Giants. The giant's stairs
  • A legend of Knockmany.
  • The devil. The demon cat
  • The long spoon
  • The countess Kathleen O'Shea
  • The three wishes.
  • Saints, priests. The priest's soul
  • The priest of Coloony
  • The story of the little bird
  • Conversion of King Laoghaire's daughters
  • King O'Toole and his goose.
  • T'yeer-Na-N-Oge. The legend of O'Donoghue
  • Rent-day
  • Loughleagh = Lake of Healing
  • Hy-Brasail = The Isle of the Blest
  • The phantom isle.
  • Witches, fairy doctors. Bewitched butter (Donegal)
  • A Queen's County witch
  • The witch hare
  • Bewitched butter (Queen's County)
  • The horned woman
  • The witches' excursion
  • The confessions of Tom Bourke
  • The pudding bewitched.
  • Ghosts. A dream
  • Grace Connor
  • A legend of Tyrone
  • The black lamb
  • The radiant boy
  • The fate of Frank M'Kenna.
  • The solitary fairies. The lepracaun [i.e. leprechaun]; or, Fairy shoemaker
  • Master and man
  • Far Darrig in Donegal
  • The piper and the puca
  • Daniel O'Rourke
  • The Kildare pooka
  • How Thomas Connolly met the banshee
  • A lamentation for the death of Sir Maurice Fitzgerald
  • The banshee of the MacCarthys.
  • The Merrow. The soul cages
  • Flory Cantillon's funeral.
  • Changelings. The brewery of egg-shells
  • The fairy nurse
  • Jamie Freel and the young lady
  • The stolen child.
  • The trooping fairies. The fairies
  • Frank Martin and the fairies
  • The priest's supper
  • The fairy well of Lagnanay
  • Teig O'Kane and the corpse
  • Paddy Corcoran's wife
  • Cusheen Loo
  • The white trout : a legend of Cong
  • The fairy thorn
  • A legend of Knockgrafton
  • A Donegal fairy.
Description
xviii, [2], 326 p. ; 18 cm.
Mode of access: Internet.
Notes
  • Variant issue: series title on half title; errata slip inserted at p. [ix].
  • First edition.
Other Forms
Also available as a Preservation photocopy; Reproduced by Acme Bindery (Charlestown, Mass.) for University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Preservation Department in 2007, in accordance with ANSI/NISO Z.39-48 and ANSI/NISO/LBI Z.39.78-2000; Access may be restricted.
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Wade, 2nd ed., 212
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