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The Resource Folktales of England, edited by Katharine M. Briggs and Ruth L. Tongue

Folktales of England, edited by Katharine M. Briggs and Ruth L. Tongue

Label
Folktales of England
Title
Folktales of England
Statement of responsibility
edited by Katharine M. Briggs and Ruth L. Tongue
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Grade level: 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, s
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Briggs, Katharine Mary
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Tongue, Ruth L
Series statement
Folktales of the world
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
Tales
Label
Folktales of England, edited by Katharine M. Briggs and Ruth L. Tongue
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes unacc. melodies
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages [153]-158
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Wonder tales. The small-tooth dog -- The green lady -- Tom Tit Tot -- Mossycoat -- Little Rosy -- The man who wouldn't go out at night
  • Legends. Encounters with unnatural beings. Fairy merchandise -- Goblin combe -- The fairy follower -- Pixy fair -- The fairy midwife -- The green mist -- The apple-tree man -- Tibb's cat and the apple-tree man -- The man in the wilderness -- The old man at the white house -- Why the donkey is safe -- The hunted soul -- The sea morgan and the conger eels
  • Legends. Curses and ghosts -- Tarr Ball and the farmer -- The four-eyed cat -- The witch's purse -- The gipsy's curse -- The open grave -- Annie Luker's ghost -- The son murdered by his parents -- Company on the road -- Room for one more
  • Legends. Giants -- The giant of Grabbist and the "Dorcas Jane" -- The giant of Grabbist and Hawkridge Church -- The giant of Grabbist and the whitstones -- The giant of Grabbist and the stones of Battlegore
  • Legends. Saints. St. Wulfric and the greedy boy -- The devil and St. Dunstan -- St. Adelme -- St. Aloys and the lame nag
  • Legends. Historical and quasi-historical traditions. St. David's flood -- The legend of gold hill -- The grey goose feathers -- Swayne's leaps -- The lost bride -- The thievish sexton -- Mr. Fox's courtship -- Drake's cannon ball -- Marshall's elm -- Jack White's gibbet
  • Legends. Modern legends. The foreign hotel -- The stolen corpse -- The half-cup of tea -- The five-pound note
  • Jocular tales. Devils and spirits. The curious cat -- The last man hanged -- Dolly and the duke -- Summat queer on batch -- A cure for a witch
  • Jocular tales. Heaven, hell, and parsons. A paddock in heaven -- The two chaps who went to heaven -- The three premiers who went to heaven -- The parsons' meeting -- The churchyard -- The parson and the parrot -- The man that stole the parson's sheep
  • Jocular tales. Tales about children. The two little Scotch boys -- Father, I think -- King Edward and the salad -- The rich man's two sons -- The first banana
  • Jocular tales. "Rhozzums" (short humorous tales, often about local characters). The farmer and the "parson" -- The Irishman's hat -- The three foreigners -- The deaf man and the pig trough -- The Borrowdale cuckoo -- Growing the church
  • Jocular tales. Husband and wife. The jamming pan -- The contrary wife -- Knife or scissors -- The farmer and his wife and the mirror -- The three obedient husbands -- The lazy wife
  • Jocular tales. Master and man. The lad who was never hungry -- Take a pinch of salt with it -- Old Charley Creed -- The hungry mowers
  • Jocular tales. Shaggy dogs. The farmer and his ox -- The two elephants -- The horse who played cricket -- The pious lion -- The tortoise's picnic
  • Jocular tales. Tall tales and absurdities. The dog and the hares -- The man who bounced -- Mark Twain in the fens -- The endless tale
Control code
275210
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
xxxiv, 174 pages
Lccn
65018341
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(WaOLN)481812
Label
Folktales of England, edited by Katharine M. Briggs and Ruth L. Tongue
Publication
Note
Includes unacc. melodies
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages [153]-158
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Wonder tales. The small-tooth dog -- The green lady -- Tom Tit Tot -- Mossycoat -- Little Rosy -- The man who wouldn't go out at night
  • Legends. Encounters with unnatural beings. Fairy merchandise -- Goblin combe -- The fairy follower -- Pixy fair -- The fairy midwife -- The green mist -- The apple-tree man -- Tibb's cat and the apple-tree man -- The man in the wilderness -- The old man at the white house -- Why the donkey is safe -- The hunted soul -- The sea morgan and the conger eels
  • Legends. Curses and ghosts -- Tarr Ball and the farmer -- The four-eyed cat -- The witch's purse -- The gipsy's curse -- The open grave -- Annie Luker's ghost -- The son murdered by his parents -- Company on the road -- Room for one more
  • Legends. Giants -- The giant of Grabbist and the "Dorcas Jane" -- The giant of Grabbist and Hawkridge Church -- The giant of Grabbist and the whitstones -- The giant of Grabbist and the stones of Battlegore
  • Legends. Saints. St. Wulfric and the greedy boy -- The devil and St. Dunstan -- St. Adelme -- St. Aloys and the lame nag
  • Legends. Historical and quasi-historical traditions. St. David's flood -- The legend of gold hill -- The grey goose feathers -- Swayne's leaps -- The lost bride -- The thievish sexton -- Mr. Fox's courtship -- Drake's cannon ball -- Marshall's elm -- Jack White's gibbet
  • Legends. Modern legends. The foreign hotel -- The stolen corpse -- The half-cup of tea -- The five-pound note
  • Jocular tales. Devils and spirits. The curious cat -- The last man hanged -- Dolly and the duke -- Summat queer on batch -- A cure for a witch
  • Jocular tales. Heaven, hell, and parsons. A paddock in heaven -- The two chaps who went to heaven -- The three premiers who went to heaven -- The parsons' meeting -- The churchyard -- The parson and the parrot -- The man that stole the parson's sheep
  • Jocular tales. Tales about children. The two little Scotch boys -- Father, I think -- King Edward and the salad -- The rich man's two sons -- The first banana
  • Jocular tales. "Rhozzums" (short humorous tales, often about local characters). The farmer and the "parson" -- The Irishman's hat -- The three foreigners -- The deaf man and the pig trough -- The Borrowdale cuckoo -- Growing the church
  • Jocular tales. Husband and wife. The jamming pan -- The contrary wife -- Knife or scissors -- The farmer and his wife and the mirror -- The three obedient husbands -- The lazy wife
  • Jocular tales. Master and man. The lad who was never hungry -- Take a pinch of salt with it -- Old Charley Creed -- The hungry mowers
  • Jocular tales. Shaggy dogs. The farmer and his ox -- The two elephants -- The horse who played cricket -- The pious lion -- The tortoise's picnic
  • Jocular tales. Tall tales and absurdities. The dog and the hares -- The man who bounced -- Mark Twain in the fens -- The endless tale
Control code
275210
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
xxxiv, 174 pages
Lccn
65018341
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(WaOLN)481812

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