One hundred favorite folktales / chosen by Stith Thompson ; drawings by Franz Altschuler.

By: Thompson, Stith, 1885-1976Contributor(s): Altschuler, Franz [illustrator.]Material type: TextTextSeries: Midland book: MB-172.Publisher: Bloomington : Indiana University Press, 1974Edition: 1st Midland book edDescription: xii, 439 pages : il. ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0253159407 (cloth); 9780253159403 (cloth); 0253201721 (pbk.); 9780253201720 (pbk.)Other title: 100 favorite folktalesSubject(s): TalesAdditional physical formats: Online version:: One hundred favorite folktales.DDC classification: 398.2 LOC classification: GR25 | .T5 1974
Contents:
The three billy-goats Gruff (Norwegian) -- The ingrate (Italian) -- John the bear (French) -- The giant who had no heart in his body (Norwegian) -- The castle of no return (Spanish) -- The danced-out shoes (Russian) -- The maiden in the tower (French) -- How the devil married three sisters (Italian) -- The white cat (French) -- The little gardener with golden hair (French) -- Anpu and Bata (ancient Egyptian) -- The doctor and his pupil (French) -- A tale of a boy who set out to learn fear (German) -- Haensel [Hansel] and Gretel (German) -- Boots and the troll (Norwegian) -- The master-smith (Norwegian) -- The child sold to the devil (French) -- Godfather Death (Swedish) -- Little Red Riding-Hood (French) -- Maid Len (Danish) -- The three princesses of Whiteland (Norwegian) -- The frog princess (Russian) -- The white bride and the black bride (Swedish) -- The three citrons (Italian) -- Sleeping Beauty (Swedish).
East o' the sun and west o' the moon (Norwegian) -- King Bean (Italian) -- King Lindorm (Swedish) -- The frog king (German) -- Sister Alionushka and Brother Ivanushka (Russian) -- The six swans (Swedish) -- The rich man and his son-in-law (Swedish) -- The animal wife (Greek) -- Friends in life and death (Norwegian) -- The two step-sisters (Norwegian) -- Tom Tit Tot (English) -- The three aunts (Norwegian) -- The hunchback's gift (Irish) -- The princess who was rescued from slavery (Swedish) -- The hearth-cat (Portuguese) -- Katie Woodencloak (Norwegian) -- One-eye, Two-eyes, and Three-eyes (German) -- The self-propelled carriage (French) -- Faithful John (German) -- The princess on the glass hill (Norwegian) -- The servant who took the place of his master (Greek) -- The goose-girl (German) -- Lord Peter (Norwegian) -- The gold bird (German) -- The well at the world's end (Irish) -- The goldfish (Russian) -- The grateful animals and the talisman (Greek) -- The ass that lays money (Italian) -- Two out of the sack (Russian) -- Horns (Russian).
Polyphemus, the Cyclops (ancient Greek) -- Gudbrand on the hillside (Norwegian) -- Clever Elsie and her companions (Italian) -- The master thief (Scottish) -- Shemiaka the judge (Russian) -- Little Claus and Big Claus (Danish) -- The man from paradise (French) -- The just reward (Russian) -- The brave little tailor (German) -- Crab (Italian) -- Salt (Russian) -- Peter Ox (Danish) -- "What should I have said?" (Russian) -- "Is he fat?" (English) -- The pancake (Norwegian).
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GR1 .T4 NO.8 1965 Man, bird and beast, GR1 .T4 NO.9 1965 Southwestern lore. GR20 .D67 Folklore and fakelore : GR25 .T5 1974 One hundred favorite folktales / GR40 .C38613 Folklore and psychoanalysis. GR40 .M3 Structural analysis of oral tradition. GR40 .Z5 The king and the corpse;

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The three billy-goats Gruff (Norwegian) -- The ingrate (Italian) -- John the bear (French) -- The giant who had no heart in his body (Norwegian) -- The castle of no return (Spanish) -- The danced-out shoes (Russian) -- The maiden in the tower (French) -- How the devil married three sisters (Italian) -- The white cat (French) -- The little gardener with golden hair (French) -- Anpu and Bata (ancient Egyptian) -- The doctor and his pupil (French) -- A tale of a boy who set out to learn fear (German) -- Haensel [Hansel] and Gretel (German) -- Boots and the troll (Norwegian) -- The master-smith (Norwegian) -- The child sold to the devil (French) -- Godfather Death (Swedish) -- Little Red Riding-Hood (French) -- Maid Len (Danish) -- The three princesses of Whiteland (Norwegian) -- The frog princess (Russian) -- The white bride and the black bride (Swedish) -- The three citrons (Italian) -- Sleeping Beauty (Swedish).

East o' the sun and west o' the moon (Norwegian) -- King Bean (Italian) -- King Lindorm (Swedish) -- The frog king (German) -- Sister Alionushka and Brother Ivanushka (Russian) -- The six swans (Swedish) -- The rich man and his son-in-law (Swedish) -- The animal wife (Greek) -- Friends in life and death (Norwegian) -- The two step-sisters (Norwegian) -- Tom Tit Tot (English) -- The three aunts (Norwegian) -- The hunchback's gift (Irish) -- The princess who was rescued from slavery (Swedish) -- The hearth-cat (Portuguese) -- Katie Woodencloak (Norwegian) -- One-eye, Two-eyes, and Three-eyes (German) -- The self-propelled carriage (French) -- Faithful John (German) -- The princess on the glass hill (Norwegian) -- The servant who took the place of his master (Greek) -- The goose-girl (German) -- Lord Peter (Norwegian) -- The gold bird (German) -- The well at the world's end (Irish) -- The goldfish (Russian) -- The grateful animals and the talisman (Greek) -- The ass that lays money (Italian) -- Two out of the sack (Russian) -- Horns (Russian).

Polyphemus, the Cyclops (ancient Greek) -- Gudbrand on the hillside (Norwegian) -- Clever Elsie and her companions (Italian) -- The master thief (Scottish) -- Shemiaka the judge (Russian) -- Little Claus and Big Claus (Danish) -- The man from paradise (French) -- The just reward (Russian) -- The brave little tailor (German) -- Crab (Italian) -- Salt (Russian) -- Peter Ox (Danish) -- "What should I have said?" (Russian) -- "Is he fat?" (English) -- The pancake (Norwegian).

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