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Traditional Irish Fairy Tales
Author:James Stephens
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Dimensions:5 1/2 x 8 1/2
This collection of ten time-honored tales brims with enchantment, whimsy, and sly humor. Assembled by a renowned poet and student of Gaelic language and culture, this illustrated edition includes "The Birth of Bran," "The Little Brawl at Allen," "The Enchanted Cave of Cesh Corran," "Becuma of the White Skin," "Mongan's Frenzy," and other stories.

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