2 edition of Folk-tales of the Channel Islands found in the catalog.
Folk-tales of the Channel Islands
Dorothy Kate Collings
|Statement||by Dorothy K. Collings ; illustrated by Peggy Fortnum.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
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Tales from the South Pacific Islands Item Preview remove-circle Internet Archive Language English "A Barbara Holdridge book." Folk tales collected from Fiji, Rotuma, Tonga, Samoa, the New Hebrides, and other South Pacific islands Access-restricted-item true. A People of the Sea – The Maritime History of the Channel Islands, Jamieson, A. G. (Editor). Published by Methuen. London and New York, First Edition/First Printing. Blue tweed boards with black label on spine with silver titles; blue endpapers. 4to up to 12″ tall. pages plus preliminaries. Coloured frontispiece, 16 coloured plates, 56 black & white plates, 2 text illustrations.
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OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations, map ; 19 cm: Contents: Of days long ago --Les Pouquelayes --The great earth-mother --Nerine: the story of the Guernsey Lily --A fairy invasion --The wishing-well --How the Jerseymen tried to carry off Guernsey --The tale of the two priors --The mystery of La Biche --The devil in disguise --The gentleman of the Netherlands --Felice.
out of 5 stars I t is from the Shetland Islands in Scotland & some of the folk tales come from Viking folk lore Reviewed in Canada on Verified Purchase/5(14).
Book: “A Traveller’s Guide to Icelandic Folk Tales” Author: Jón R. Hjálmarsson Publisher: Forlagid, What comes to mind when you think of Iceland. Is it the picture perfect, supremely exciting Blue Lagoon?. Is it the magnificent and potentially destructive volcanoes, capable of shutting down the entire air traffic over the European continent for many days.
Folk-Tales of the British Isles book. Read 12 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A superb Folk-tales of the Channel Islands book of folklore from the British Is /5. This book is a fun collection of folk tales and legends. I picked it up as a heard the story about Becky Winter oraly a few years ago at an event at the british library and I've been trying to track it down since so, from that perspective, it was satisfying to have this book (though the writen tale wasn't a /5.
Folk-tales of the Channel Islands, by Dorothy K. Collings, illustrated by Peggy Fortnum; Fairy Tales of the Channel Islands and Further Fairy Tales of the Channel Islands, by Eileen Parrish; and more general works: The Channel Islands anthology: archaeology, history, folklore, edited by J.
and G. Stevens Cox; The Folklore of Guernsey, by Marie. How about the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man, Orkney, Shetland. I thought about this for a bit and decided to exclude Eire because it is a whole different culture and deserves a book to itself.
You could argue that Welsh and Scottish stories are equally as foreign but I did decide to include both, although the ones I used were probably from. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Very scarce, first edition Yellow hard covers with blue titles on the spine and illustration on the front. Boards have a few surface marks. Spine is darkened.
Page edges and endpapers are foxed. Tiny owner name in top right corner of first free endpaper. Welcome to the Australian folktales page. Australia is a country that includes the Australian continent, the island of Tasmania and other smaller islands.
Indigenous people are living in Australia for over years. The collection of folktales from Australia consists of one book with 31 stories.
Australian Legendary Tales. Jersey’s 10 spookiest locations The island of Jersey is the southernmost part of Great Britain. While it may be most famous as a holiday location with sun-drenched beaches, the island is steeped in dark history and ancient legends.
The Channel Islands have charmed visitors for centuries, and this collection of intricate illustrations is a celebration of the islands’ unique appeal. Featuring a range of picturesque vistas from Guernsey, Jersey, Alderney, and Sark, scenes include sandy beaches, walking trails along cliffs, and beautiful inland valleys, to scenic towns and Brand: History Press Limited, The.
Folklorist and anthropologist Harold Courlander (–) recorded these popular Ashanti stories inadapting them from his book The Hat Shaking Dance and Other Tales from the Gold of these folktales focus on Anansi the spider, the popular trickster character of Ashanti folklore, who serves alternately as hero, villain, moral inspiration, and comic relief.
The Islands of Magic Legends, Folk and Fairy Tales from the Azores. Notes: The book contains 34 folktales from the Azores (Portugal). Author: Elsie Spicer Eells Published: Publisher: Hardcourt, Brace and Company, Inc.,New York. "Seven Folk-Tales from the Sea Islands, South Carolina" is an article from The Journal of American Folklore, Volume View more articles from The Journal of American Folklore.
View this article on JSTOR. View this article's JSTOR metadata. The Paperback of the Herefordshire Folk Tales by David Phelps at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Excerpts are provided by Dial-A-Book Inc. solely for the personal use of visitors to this web site. Show More. Table of Contents Around the Channel Islands.
This survey covers Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Herm, and Sark. Pages: The Telesa Trilogy by Lani Wendt Young This highly acclaimed series is a modern take on Pacific mythology, which makes it a perfect read for teenagers.
The thrilling story of Leila Folger is a passionate romance based on the legends of Teine Sa, the spirit women of Samoa. The popular ancient beliefs are masterfully incorporated.
These folk tales offer keen insights both into the history, culture and beliefs of the people of the Maldives and into the world they live in. The close relationship the Maldivians have with their environment is clear, likewise the syncretic nature of their Islamic faith, the tales bustling with spirits, sorcerers and monsters as well as local.
Just about everyone is familiar with folk and fairy tales. Children learn about them from parents, teachers, and other adults, while researchers study these tales at colleges and universities.
At the same time, folk and fairy tales are inseparable from everyday life and popular culture. Movies, music, art, and literature offer imaginative retellings and interpretations of fairy and folk tales/5(3). The Channel Islands’ surviving lore. Discover the surprising history of this well-kept archipelago; situated between England and France is a land rich in legend and lasting tradition.Legends and Folk Tales – The Lighthouse Keeper’s Daughter Many folktales gave me inspiration as I was researching for Riduna.
The most famous is the story of the daughter of the lighthouse keeper who lived with her family at Les Casquets Lighthouse just west of the coast of Alderney. Eells does a fantastic job of capturing the spirit of the Azores Islands without modernizing or imposing her own perspective upon them.
I would recommend this book for those looking to gain a better understanding of their Azorean heritage and the myths and legends that guided their ancestors. It’s a fun read for those who love folk tales, too.