Contentspt. 1. Lower Brittany: Yann the Fearless ; Old Fench ; Ugly Yann ; The tailor ; The priest's pig
pt. 2. Upper Brittany: The Devil and his three daughters ; The boy whose mother wanted to throw him in boiling water ; The seven-headed monster ; The beast ; John of Calais ; Gold Feather ; The orange tree ; March and April
pt. 3. Pays de Retz: The tale of La Ramée
pt. 4. Lower Poitou: The goat who lied ; Boudin-boudine ; The iron pot ; The little lad who became a bishop ; Tom Thumb ; The tale of Jean-le-Sot
pt. 5. Upper Poitou: The wolf and the soldier ; The little elves of La Chausse-en-l'Air ; The piece of cloth ; The three gold hairs from the Devil ; Puss in boots ; The pea
pt. 6. Lower Marche: The black hen ; Jean of Bordeaux ; Golden Hair, or, The little frog ; The Comte de mes Comtes ; The woman with her hands cut off ; Souillon ; The Devil and the good Lord ; The rat and the she rat ; The little hen
pt. 7. Angoumois and Ruffecois: The goat, the kids, and the wolf ; The sleeping beauty ; The three innocents ; Coué or Couette
pt. 8. Limousin: The gold ball ; The brother who was a lamb ; The ogre ; Cinderella ; The she donkey's skin ; The two brothers, or, The fox, the wolf, and the lion ; Little Fourteen, or, As strong as Fourteen ; The master and the tenant farmer ; Fanfinette and the king's son
pt. 9. Massif Central: The bear and the beetle, or, The war of the animals ; Jean and Jeanette ; The magic napkin
pt. 10. Forez: The four friends ; Half Chicken
pt. 11. Franche-Comté: The wolf and the fox ; The wolf and the fox in the well ; The black one, the white one, and the plucked one
pt. 12. Dauphiné: The girl and the thief ; The Devil's boot ; He who speaks first ; The fearless shoemaker
pt. 13. Savoy: The scalded wolf ; Princess Elisa ; The little devil of the forest
pt. 14. Pyrenees: The charcoal burner ; The three deserters ; The laurel flower
pt. 15 Corsica: The legend of the Oxen's Pass ; The fox and the blackbird ; The shepherd and the snake; The child promised to the Devil.
|Series||Folktales of the world (Chicago, Ill.)|
|Publisher|| Chicago :University of Chicago Press,1968
Hyland, Jacqueline, translator.
xlviii, 315 pages : music ; 22 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.