Popular Tales from Norse Mythology
Courier Corporation, 2012 M04 13 - 352 páginas
Embodying the fears, fantasies, and forebodings of the people who lived in northern Europe when the world was a darker and more frightening place, these 42 authentic folktales were culled from the rich legacy of Norse and German mythology by noted folklorist George Webbe Dasent. They include stories of princes and princesses who have been transformed into animals, trolls, and maneating giants who possess magical powers, and good-hearted, clever young men and women, often poor and ridiculed, who eventually come away with wealth and love beyond measure.
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A cute little tale about a poor boy who has his meals stolen by the North Wind. It is a tale that teaches you not to jump to conclusions but not to be so trusting of everyone either. Leer comentario completo