2 edition of Scottish Fair 2002 found in the catalog.
Scottish Fair 2002
Game Conservancy Limited.
by Game Conservancy Limited
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||109|
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This is certainly the case in Miss Grierson's book. Some, of course, are of the type common to most lands, but the majority are essentially Scottish. The writer has drawn them from all sources, folk-lore, minstrelsy, and legend; the p Fairy-stories are always delightful; but they gain an additional interest when they bear the stamp of the /5.
Book from Project Gutenberg: The Scottish Fairy Book Thomas the rhymer -- Gold-tree and Silver-tree -- Whippity-Stourie -- The Red-Etin -- The seal catcher and the merman -- The page boy and the silver goblet -- The black bull of Norroway -- The wee bannock -- The elfin knight -- What to say to the new mune -- Habetrot the spinstress -- Nippit Fit and Clippit Fit -- The fairies of Merlin's.
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