Irish Fairy and Folk Tales

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Sterling Publishing Company Incorporated, 2002 - Literary Criticism - 416 pages
-- Nobel Prize winning writer and poet W.B. Yeats included almost every sort of Irish folk in this marvelous compendium of fairy tales and songs that he collected and edited for publication in 1892.
-- Yeats was fascinated by Irish myths and folklore, and joined forces with the writers of the Irish Literary Revival. He studied Irish folk tales and chose to reintroduce the glory and significance of Ireland's past through this unique literature.

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great lot of stories and folklore for the Irish buff. I look forwards to reading this to my children. Read full review

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