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Tales of the Western Isles

Wood, Wendy.

Tales of the Western Isles

by Wood, Wendy.

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Published by Oliver & Boyd .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Retold from Campbell J.F. Popular tales of the West Highlands.

Statementillustrated by Mackay.
The Physical Object
Pagination136p.,ill.,19cm
Number of Pages136
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20413719M

Apr 30,  · To the left side of her there will be a book, vote for that book to start the mission. These locations are random but always take place in the “Ancient Isles”. (using the photos as a guide. Fairy Tales British Isles. You Searched For: Book has a moderate bump to the top right corner of the front cover, with minor shelving wear to the rest of the edges and corners. The spine has yellowed a touch with time and there is a name scrawled by a child on the cover page as well. Aside from the items listed this is a very good copy that.

The Highlands are unquestionably the wildest part of Britain and there are more cultural differences between Higland and Lowland Scotland than between Lowland Scotland and Northern England. The fairies bred here matched the landscape and the desolation: they were the most dangerous of all the fey and often not just moody but downright evil. Scottish . The tales and stories of John MacPherson – The Coddy – were an instant success on their first publication, and they have been in constant demand ever since. The Coddy was one of the most renowned storytellers and characters of the Western Isles at the turn of the nineteenth into the twentieth and betond, and [ ].

Hometown Tales: Highlands and Hebrides By (author) Colin MacIntyre; By (author) Ellen MacAskill. Original tales by remarkable writersHometown Tales is a series of books pairing exciting new voices with some of the most talented and important writers at work today. We journey to the fortress of Rudha an Dùnain, where Macleod’s watchmen of the sea lit a warning beacon when the galleys of Clanranald were on the prowl.


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Carmina Gadelica, Vol. I by Alexander Carmicheal []. Carmina Gadelica, Vol. II by Alexander Carmicheal []. Popular Tales of the West Highlands, by J. Campbell A four-volume comprehensive sourcebook of Scottish folklore.

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Alexander Carmichael was one of the main contributors. The collection in four volumes was first published in –62 in Edinburgh. A new edition (with different pagination) appeared under the auspices of the Islay Association in. Sea-Spell & Moor-Magic: Tales Of The Western Isles by Sorche Nic Leodhas.

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Black and white illustrations throughout. Pages are mildly tanned with noticeable foxing throughout. Previous owner's inscription to front free endpaper. Illustrations are bright and cl. Apr 28,  · The New York Times Book Review This fascinating second part of The Book of Lost Tales features the tales of Beren and Lúthien, Túrin and the Dragon, and the only full narratives of the Necklace of the Dwarves and the Fall of Gondolin.

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From the Alleghenies to the Hebrides Margaret Fay Shaw. An autobiography describing the author's absorption in the Gaelic culture of the Western Isles and her collection and recording of the folklore and music it contained.

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