Folklore and Heritage contains translations and retellings of myths, legends and folk tales (including some modern urban legends) from different cultures. However, there may be a slight bias towards the Celtic and Germanic heritage. Both well-known, definitive versions and original retellings will be presented
Selected tales, episodes, or chapters will be free to download as pdf documents, and the complete works will be available for purchase a reasonable time after the initial publication. In addition to the pdf copies of the tales themselves, these pages will also include synopses, and author information.
|Yorkshire Oddities||Anecdotes and apocrypha collected by Sabine Baring-Gould||Download Chapter||Kachu Gwirion about ...|
|The Ancient Irish Epic Tale Táin Bó Cúalnge||Joseph Dunn's 1914 translation of The Cattle Raid of Cooley from the Book of Leinster||Download Chapter||Joseph Dunn's preface|
|The Ingoldsby Legends||Humorous retellings of myths, legends and folk tales in prose and verse by Thomas Ingoldsby, first published in 1840.||Download Chapter||Kachu Gwirion about ...|
|The Mabinogion||the definitive 1838 retelling of the Red Book of Hergest by Lady Charlotte Guest.||Download Chapter||Kachu Gwirion about ...|
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