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Greek folk poesy
|Statement||by Lucy M.J. Garnett ; edited with essays on the science of folklore, Greek folkspeech, and the survival of paganism, by J.S. Stuart-Glennie. Vol.1, Folk-verse.|
|Series||New folklore researches|
|Contributions||Garnett, Lucy M. J., Stuart-Glennie, John S.|
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[The Book of Greek and Roman Folktales, Legends, and Myths] is a work of remarkable depth and scope, the consummate achievement of decades of research and collecting, analyzing, and classifying the literary memorializations of Greek and Roman oral narrative fiction All the tales are lucidly translated by Hansen himself. greek wonder tales In translating the following tales from the various Greek dialects in which they have been orally transmitted from generation to generation by the unlettered folk, Garnett retained native terms for the mythical personages who figure in them only /5(3).
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The Survival Of Paganism; New Folklore Researches; Volume 2 Of Greek Folk Poesy: Annotated Translations From The Whole Cycle Of Romaic Folk-verse And Folk-prose; Lucy Mary Jane Garnett John S. Stuart-Glennie Lucy Mary Jane Garnett printed for the authors by Billing and Sons, Ballads, Greek Format: Paperback.
Greek Folk Poesy: Annotated Translations from the Whole Cycle of Romaic Folk-verse and Folk-prose, Volume 1 Greek Folk Poesy: Annotated Translations from the Whole Cycle of Romaic Folk-verse and Folk-prose, Lucy Mary Jane Garnett New folklore researches: Editor: John S.
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