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Title: Folk-Lore and Legends; Scandinavian Author: Various Release Date: February 26, 2005 [eBook #15186] Language: English Character set encoding: ISO-8859-1 ***START OF THE PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK FOLK-LORE AND LEGENDS; SCANDINAVIAN*** E-text prepared by Wallace McLean, Graeme Mackreth, and the Project Gutenberg Online Distributed Proofreading Team FOLK-LORE AND LEGENDS SCANDINAVIAN W.
Gibbings 18 Bury St., London, W.C. 1890 PREFATORY NOTE. Thanks to Thiele, to Hylten-Cavallius and Stephens, and to Asbjrnsen and Moe, Scandinavian Folklore is well to the front.
Its treasures are many, and of much value.
One may be almost sorry to find among them the originals of many of our English tales.
Are we indebted to the folk of other nations for all our folk-tales? It would almost seem so. I have introduced into the present volume only one or two stories from the Prose Edda.
Space would not allow me to give so much of the Edda as I could have wished. In selecting and translating the matter for this volume, I have endeavoured to make the book such as would afford its readers a fair general view of the main features of the Folklore of the North.
C.J.T. CONTENTS Wed Apr 05 01:14:24 2017 2 The Wonderful Plough (Isle of Rugen) How a Lad stole the Giant’s Treasure (Sweden) Tales of Cats (Denmark) The Magician’s Daughter (Sweden) The Hill-man invited to the Christening (Denmark) The Meal of Frothi (Norway) The Lost Bell (Isle of Rugen) Maiden Swanwhite and Maiden Foxtail (Sweden) Tales of Treasure (Denmark) Holger Danske (Denmark) Tales from the Prose Edda-The Gods and ...

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