The Folk-Tales of the Magyars Collected by Kriza, Erdélyi, Pap, and Others
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The Folk-Tales of the Magyars Collected by Kriza, Erdélyi, Pap, and Others

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  • THE FOLK-TALES OF THE MAGYARS.
  • PREFACE.
  • INTRODUCTION.
    • I. GIANTS.[55]
    • II. FAIRIES.[71]
    • III. WITCHES.
      • Superstitious Days.
      • Superstitions about Animals.
      • Superstitions about Plants.
      • Superstitions about Stones.
      • Sundries.[120]
      • Manners at Table.
    • Superstitious Days.
    • Superstitions about Animals.
    • Superstitions about Plants.
    • Superstitions about Stones.
    • Sundries.[120]
    • Manners at Table.
  • CONTENTS.
  • MAGYAR FOLK-TALES.
  • PRINCE CSIHAN (NETTLES).
  • STEPHEN THE MURDERER.
  • THE LAMB WITH THE GOLDEN FLEECE.
  • FISHER JOE.
  • LUCK AND BLISS.
  • THE LAZY CAT.
  • HANDSOME PAUL.
  • THE TRAVELS OF TRUTH AND FALSEHOOD.
  • THE HUNTING PRINCES.
  • THE LAZY SPINNING-GIRL WHO BECAME A QUEEN.
  • THE ENVIOUS SISTERS.
  • KNIGHT ROSE.
  • PRINCE MIRKÓ.
  • THE STUDENT WHO WAS FORCIBLY MADE KING.
  • THE CHILDREN OF TWO RICH MEN.
  • THE HUSSAR AND THE SERVANT GIRL.[1]
  • MY FATHER'S WEDDING.
  • THE BAA-LAMBS.
  • FAIRY ELIZABETH.
  • THE THREE PRINCES.
  • THE THREE DREAMS.
  • CSABOR UR.
  • THE DEVIL AND THE THREE SLOVÁK LADS.
  • THE COUNT'S DAUGHTER.
  • THE SPEAKING GRAPES, THE SMILING APPLE, AND THE TINKLING APRICOT.
  • THE THREE ORANGES.
  • THE YOUNGEST PRINCE AND THE YOUNGEST PRINCESS.
  • THE INVISIBLE SHEPHERD LAD.
  • THE THREE PRINCESSES.
  • CINDER JACK.
  • THE THREE BROTHERS.
  • THE THREE VALUABLE THINGS.
  • THE LITTLE MAGIC PONY.
  • THE BEGGAR'S PRESENTS.
  • THE WORLD'S BEAUTIFUL WOMAN.
  • THE GIRL WITHOUT HANDS.
  • THE KING AND THE DEVIL.
  • THE THREE PRINCES, THE THREE DRAGONS, AND THE OLD WOMAN WITH THE IRON NOSE.
  • THE WIDOWER AND HIS DAUGHTER.
  • THE WISHES.
  • THE TWO ORPHANS.
  • THE WONDERFUL FROG.
  • THE DEVIL AND THE RED CAP.
  • JACK DREADNOUGHT.
  • THE SECRET-KEEPING LITTLE BOY AND HIS LITTLE SWORD.
  • SHEPHERD PAUL.
  • THE PELICAN.
  • THE GIRL WITH THE GOLDEN HAIR.
  • THE LOVER'S GHOST.
  • SNAKE SKIN.
  • THE FAIRIES' WELL.
  • THE CROW'S NEST.
  • WOMAN'S CURIOSITY.
  • NOTES TO THE FOLK-TALES.
  • PRINCE CSIHAN. Kriza xvii.
  • STEPHEN THE MURDERER. Kriza, xviii.
  • THE LAMB WITH THE GOLDEN FLEECE. Kriza, ix.
  • FISHER JOE. Kriza, xvi.
  • LUCK AND BLISS. Kriza, xii.
  • THE LAZY CAT. Kriza, xi.
  • HANDSOME PAUL. Kriza, i.
  • THE TRAVELS OF TRUTH AND FALSEHOOD. Kriza, ii.
  • THE HUNTING PRINCES. Kriza, iii.
  • THE LAZY SPINNING GIRL WHO BECAME A QUEEN. Kriza, iv.
  • THE ENVIOUS SISTERS. Kriza, v.
  • KNIGHT ROSE. Kriza vi.
  • PRINCE MIRKÓ. Kriza, xiii.
  • THE STUDENT WHO WAS FORCIBLY MADE KING. Kriza vii.
  • THE CHILDREN OF TWO RICH MEN. Kriza viii.
  • THE HUSSAR AND THE SERVANT GIRL. Kriza xix.
  • MY FATHER'S WEDDING. Kriza x.
  • THE BAA-LAMBS. Kriza xiv.
  • FAIRY ELIZABETH. Kriza xv.
  • THE THREE PRINCES. Erdélyi, i. 1.
  • THE THREE DREAMS. Erdélyi, i. 2.
  • CSABOR ÚR. Erdélyi, i. 3.
  • THE DEVIL AND THE THREE SLOVAK LADS. Erdélyi, ii. 1.
  • THE COUNT'S DAUGHTER. Erdélyi, ii. 2.
  • THE SPEAKING GRAPES. Erdélyi, ii. 3.
  • THE THREE ORANGES. Erdélyi, ii. 4.
  • THE YOUNGEST PRINCE, AND THE YOUNGEST PRINCESS. Erdélyi, ii. 5.
  • THE INVISIBLE SHEPHERD LAD. Erdélyi, ii. 6.
  • THE THREE PRINCESSES. Erdélyi, ii. 7.
  • CINDER JACK. Erdélyi, ii. 11.
  • THE THREE BROTHERS. Erdélyi, ii. 8.
  • THE THREE VALUABLE THINGS. Erdélyi, ii. 9.
  • THE LITTLE MAGIC PONY. Erdélyi, ii. 10.
  • THE BEGGAR'S PRESENTS. Erdélyi, ii. 12.
  • THE WORLD'S BEAUTIFUL WOMAN. Erdélyi, iii. 1.
  • THE GIRL WITHOUT HANDS. Erdélyi, iii. 2.
  • THE KING AND THE DEVIL. Erdélyi, iii 3.
  • THE THREE PRINCES, THE THREE DRAGONS, AND THE OLD WOMAN WITH THE IRON NOSE. Erdélyi, iii. 4.
  • THE WIDOWER AND HIS DAUGHTER. Erdélyi iii. 7.
  • THE WISHES. Erdélyi iii. 11.
  • THE TWO ORPHANS. Erdélyi iii. 9.
  • THE WONDERFUL FROG. Erdélyi, iii. 15.
  • THE DEVIL AND THE RED CAP. Erdélyi, iii. 19.
  • JACK DREADNOUGHT. Erdélyi, iii. 16.
  • THE SECRET-KEEPING LITTLE BOY AND HIS LITTLE SWORD. Erdélyi, iii. 8.
  • SHEPHERD PAUL. Erdélyi, iii. 17.
  • THE PELICAN. Erdélyi, iii. 6.
  • THE GIRL WITH THE GOLDEN HAIR.
  • THE LOVER'S GHOST.
  • SNAKE SKIN.
  • THE FAIRIES' WELL.
  • THE CROW'S NEST.
  • WOMAN'S CURIOSITY. Merényi.[86]
  • INDEX.
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