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Fairy Tales from Scotland

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Gallant knights, the enchanting Elf Queen, witches, wizards, and wee fairy folk... You'll find them all in this exciting collection of Scottish fairy tales and legends. Traditional tales of great beauty--such as "Tam Lin" and "MacCodrum of the Seals"--are mixed in with stories of exciting adventures--"The Adventures of Iain Direach" and "The Ailp King's Children"--and ...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published November 18th 1999 by Oxford University Press, USA
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Barbara Ker Wilson was born on 24 September 1929 in Sunderland, in the north of England. In 1964 she immigrated to Australia, living first in Adelaide, then Melbourne, then Sydney. She settled in Leura, in the Blue Mountains, west of Sydney.

As a child she used to accompany her father to a large publishing office in London, to deliver corrected proofs of his latest engineering textbook, and she kne
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