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Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts By Patrick Kennedy

Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts

Patrick Kennedy

Available in PDF, epub, and Kindle ebook. This book has 323 pages in the PDF version, and was originally published in 1891.


Over 100 tales of folk-lore and legend. Split into sections: Household Stories (Jack The Master And Jack The Servant; I'll Be Wiser Next Time; The Three Crowns; The Corpse Watchers; The Brown Bear Of Norway; The Goban Saor, and more); Legends Of The 'Good People' (The Fairy Child; The Changeling And His Bagpipes; The Tobinstown Sheeoge; The Belated Priest; The Palace In The Rath, and more); Witchcraft, Sorcery, Ghosts, And Fetches (The Witches' Excursion; The Crock Found In The Rath; The Enchantment Of Gearhoidh Iarla; Illan Eachtach And The Lianan; The Misfortunes Of Barrett The Piper, and more); Ossianic And Other Early Legends (How Fann Mac Cull And His Men Were Bewitched; Qualifications And Duties Of The Fianna Eirionn; The Battle Of Ventry Harbour; The Fight Of Castle Knoc; The Youth Of Fion, and more); and, Legends Of The Celtic Saints (How St. Patrick Received The Staff Of Jesus; The Fortune Of Dichu; St. Patrick's Contest With The Druids; The Baptism Of Aongus; The Decision Of The Chariot, and more).

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