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The Bumper Book of Norwegian Folk Tales

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Contents: The Cock and the Hen in the Hazelwood; Why the Bear has no tail; The Pancake; Per, Paul and Espen Cincerlad; The Three Billy Goats Gruff; The Princess who always had to have the vinal Word; The Pig and his Way of Life; LIttle Aase Goosegirl; The seventh Father of the House; LIttle Thumb; The Man who kept House; The boy who wanted to marry the Daughter of the Old ...more
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Jørgen Engebretsen Moe was born at the farm of Mo, at Hole in Ringerike. He was the son of local farmer and politician Engebret Olsen Moe.

He is best known for the Norske Folkeeventyr, a collection of Norwegian folk tales which he edited in collaboration with Peter Christen Asbjørnsen. He first met Asbjørnsen while the two were preparing for exams at Norderhov and soon found they had a shared inte
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