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    A Fairy Tale Reader ed. John & Caitlín Matthews (HarperAquarian, November 1993, 1-85538-283-0, $16.00, 304pp, tp, an, cover by Edward R. Hughes)
        Anthology of classic fairy tales and literary fairy tales by Stockton, Dunsany, etc., plus commentary culled from various sources ranging from Yeats to Jung and Joseph Campbell. This is a worldwide edition with US, UK, Canadian, and Australian prices.
    • 7 · Foreword · R. J. Stewart · fw
    • 9 · Introduction · John & Caitlín Matthews · in
    • 17 · The Faery Tradition · John & Caitlín Matthews · si
    • 20 · The Origin of the Fairies · Helen Drever · ss The Lure of the Kelpie by Helen Drever, Moray Press, 1937
    • 23 · Beauty and the Beast · Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont · ss The Young Misses Magazine by Madame Leprince de Beaumont, London, 1761
      translated from the French (Magasin des Enfants, 1757).
    • 32 · Descriptions of the Faery · Lewis Spence · ar The Fairy Tradition in Britain by Lewis Spence, Rider, 1943
    • 50 · The Sleeping Beauty in the Woods · Charles Perrault; translated by Robert Samber · ss The Fairy Tales of Charles Perrault by Charles Perrault, tr. Robert Samber, 1729
      translated from the French (“La Belle au Bois Dormant”, Mercure Galant, 1696).
    • 58 · About the Sleeping Beauty · P. L. Travers · ar About the Sleeping Beauty by P. L. Travers, McGraw-Hill, 1975
    • 67 · One-eye, Two-eyes and Three-eyes · Wilhelm & Jakob Grimm · ss German Popular Stories by trans. by Edgar Taylor, 1823
    • 72 · The Work of the Brothers Grimm · Joseph Campbell · ar The Complete Grimm’s Fairy Tales by The Brothers Grimm, Pantheon, 1944
    • 91 · Fairer-Than-a-Fairy · Andrew Lang · ss The Yellow Fairy Book ed. Andrew Lang, Longman, 1894
    • 98 · The Friends of the People of Faery · W. B. Yeats · ar from “The Tribes of Danu”, The New Review #102, November 1897
    • 102 · The Princess of Land-Under-Waves · Donald A. Mackenzie · ss Wonder Tales from Scottish Myth and Legend by Donald A. Mackenzie, Blackie, 1917
    • 115 · The Ferly Court · John & Caitlín Matthews · si
    • 117 · Childe Rowland · Joseph Jacobs · ss English Fairy Tales by Joseph Jacobs, David Nutt, 1890
    • 122 · British Goblins · Wirt Sikes · ar British Goblins by Wirt Sikes, Sampson Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington, 1880
    • 128 · The Language of Birds · John F. Campbell · ss Popular Tales of the West Highlands ed. John F. Campbell, Edmonston and Douglas, 1860; a story learned from Janet Currie and passed down through generations from the bard Niel Currie.
    • 134 · Commentary on “The Language of Birds” · John G. McKay · ar Scottish Gaelic Studies v3, 1934
    • 142 · The Fairy Life · Lewis Spence · ar The Fairy Tradition in Britain by Lewis Spence, Rider, 1943
    • 168 · Robin Goodfellow · Ernest Rhys · ss Fairy Gold by Ernest Rhys, Dent, 1906
    • 173 · The Fairy Mythology of Shakespeare · Alfred Nutt · ar The Fairy Mythology of Shakespeare by Alfred Nutt, David Nutt, 1900
    • 191 · Ballads, Songs and Faery Lore · John & Caitlín Matthews · si
    • 193 · Faery Songs and Rhymes · Alexander Carmichael · gp The Carmina Gadelica by Alexander Carmichael, Oliver & Boyd, 1954
    • _193 · The Hunter and the Fairy · Alexander Carmichael · pm The Carmina Gadelica by Alexander Carmichael, Oliver & Boyd, 1954
    • _193 · The Fairy Woman’s Lullaby · Alexander Carmichael · pm The Carmina Gadelica by Alexander Carmichael, Oliver & Boyd, 1954
    • 196 · The Ballad Fairy · Lowry Charles Wimberly · ar Folk-lore in the English and Scottish Ballads by Lowrey Charles Wimberly, University of Chicago, 1928
    • 219 · Thomas Rhymer · [unknown author] · pm (r)
    • 222 · Lady Isobel and the Elf-Knight · [unknown author] · pm (r)
    • 223 · Harpkin · [unknown author] · pm (r)
    • 224 · King Orfeo · [unknown author] · pm (r)
    • 226 · The Lord Nann and the Fairy · [unknown author] · pm (r)
    • 229 · The Legend of Knockgrafton · T. Crofton Croker · ss Fairy Legends and Traditions of the South of Ireland by T. Crofton Croker, John Murray, 1825, uncredited.
    • 233 · Voyage of Bran, Son of Febal, to the Land of the Living · Alfred Nutt & Kuno Meyer · ex 1895
    • 241 · Story-Telling—A Folk Art · Ruth Sawyer · ar The Way of the Storyteller by Ruth Sawyer, Harrap, 1944
    • 250 · Wee Meg Barnileg and the Fairies · Ruth Sawyer · ss The Way of the Storyteller by Ruth Sawyer, Harrap, 1944
    • 259 · The Literary Heritage · John & Caitlín Matthews · si
    • 261 · The Origins of Faery · Edmund Spenser · ex from The Faerie Queene, William Ponsonby, 1590
    • 265 · The Tinder Box · Hans Christian Andersen · ss (r)
      translated from the Danish (“Fyrtøjet”, Eventyr, Fortalte for Børn. Første Samling. Første Hefte, C.A. Reitzel, 1835).
    • 272 · The Stolen Child · W. B. Yeats · pm The Irish Monthly December 1886
    • 274 · The Poet’s Fee · Ella Young · ss The Hornbook Magazine May/June 1939
    • 278 · The Fairy Child · Lord Dunsany · pm To Awaken Pegasus by Lord Dunsany, George Ronald, 1949
    • 280 · The Wood-Fairies · Laurence Housman · pm Temple Bar March 1905
    • 286 · Shadow-of-a-Leaf · Alfred Noyes · pm (r)
    • 288 · The Griffin and the Minor Canon · Frank R. Stockton · nv St. Nicholas October 1885
    • 299 · The Hosts of Faery · Kuno Meyer · pm Ancient Irish Poetry by Kuno Meyer, Constable, 1913
    • 300 · The Five Boons of Life · Mark Twain · vi Harper’s Weekly July 5 1902
    • 302 · The Song of the Lordly Ones · Fiona Macleod · pm (r)
    • 303 · Further Reading · [uncredited] · bi


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