More English Fairy Tales

More English Fairy Tales

Joseph Jacobs. MORE ENGLISH FAIRY TALES YOU KNOW HOW TO GET INTO
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Author: Joseph Jacobs

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ISBN: HARVARD:32044024186157

Category: Fairy tales

Page: 243

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English Fairy Tales

English Fairy Tales

The first compilation of the full first-edition texts of the classic fairy tale collections by Joseph Jacobs, with Jacobs' original prefaces and annotations.

Author: Joseph Jacobs

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9781576074268

Category: Social Science

Page: 369

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The first compilation of the full first-edition texts of the classic fairy tale collections by Joseph Jacobs, with Jacobs' original prefaces and annotations. * Reprints Jacobs' original versions of these 87 classic tales exactly as they were first published more than a century ago * Illustrated with the original block prints by John Batten
Categories: Social Science

More English Fairy Tales

More English Fairy Tales

"More English Fairy Tales" from Joseph Jacobs. Folklorist, literary critic and historian (1854-1916).

Author: Joseph Jacobs

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1514889439

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"More English Fairy Tales" from Joseph Jacobs. Folklorist, literary critic and historian (1854-1916).
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More English Fairy Tales Illustrated by John D Batten

More English Fairy Tales   Illustrated by John D  Batten

A most delightful volume of fairy tales.—England. A number of charming English
fairy tales.—Speaker. Mr. Jacobs may be congratulated alike on the matter and
form of his book.—Manchester Guardian. A more desirable child's book.... has not
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Author: Joseph Jacobs

Publisher: Read Books Ltd

ISBN: 9781446545836

Category: Fiction

Page: 280

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‘More English Fairy Tales’ is a collection of stories written by Joseph Jacobs, accompanied by the masterful black-and-white illustrations of John D. Batten. It includes such tales as ‘The Pied Piper’, ‘Tattercoats’, ‘The Golden Ball’, ‘Coat O’Clay’, ‘The Children in the Wood’, ‘The King of England and his Three Sons’, and ‘The King of Cats.’ Joseph Jacobs (1854 – 1916), was an Australian folklorist, literary critic, historian and writer of English literature, who became a notable collector and publisher of English folklore. Heavily influenced by the Brothers Grimm and the romantic nationalism ubiquitous in his contemporary folklorists, Jacobs was responsible for introducing English fairy tales to English children, who had previously chiefly enjoyed those derived from French and German folklore. John Dickson Batten (1860 – 1932), was a British figure painter, as well as a book illustrator and printmaker. He illustrated almost all of Jacob’s works, including, English Fairy Tales (1890), Celtic Fairy Tales (1892), Indian Fairy Tales (1912), and European Folk and Fairy Tales (1916). In addition, Batten is also celebrated for his delicately rendered imaginings of Arabian Nights and Dante’s Inferno. Presented alongside the text of ‘More English Fairy Tales’, his illustrations further refine and elucidate Joseph Jacob’s enchanting narratives. Pook Press celebrates the great ‘Golden Age of Illustration‘ in children’s classics and fairy tales – a period of unparalleled excellence in book illustration. We publish rare and vintage Golden Age illustrated books, in high-quality colour editions, so that the masterful artwork and story-telling can continue to delight both young and old.
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MORE ENGLISH FAIRY TALES 44 illustrated children s stories from England

MORE ENGLISH FAIRY TALES   44 illustrated children s stories from England

However, these tales have been told for generations in a form that used local dialects and colloquial words for effect. This traditional form makes these stories all the richer in a modern setting.

Author: Anon E. Mouse

Publisher: Abela Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 9788827558263

Category: Fiction

Page: 318

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Joseph Jacob’s first volume—English Fairy—did not exhaust the scanty remains of traditional English folktales. He retained those he did not use and most of the 44 illustrated tales that appear in More English Fairy Tales had never before appeared in print. Many of these 44 tales were recorded verbatim from storytellers. Stories like: Tattercoats, Yallery Brown, The Three Feathers, Sir Gammer Vans, A Pottle O' Brains, Old Mother Wiggle-Waggle and many, many more. Some will be familiar and others less so, but all are nonetheless captivating. In compiling More English Fairy Tales Joseph Jacobs flouted the Florklorist’s creed, choosing to present stories that would fill children's imaginations “with bright trains of images”, vividly painted princesses, Pied Pipers, pots of gold, giants, speaking cats, Kings, Hoybahs, wise men, washerwomen, and more overflow from this volume - all bound by the common threads of basic moral lessons. Academics of the day would say they are by no means in an authorised form, and even use a mix of archaic and colloquial English. Maybe so, but the effect is justified. In the times following Jacob’s original printing in 1894, the literary establishment objected to the use of such archaic colloquialisms. However, these tales have been told for generations in a form that used local dialects and colloquial words for effect. This traditional form makes these stories all the richer in a modern setting. We invite you to curl up with this volume and be transported back in time to when England had a hundred or more local dialects—a time when the words Lawkamercyme and noddle were commonplace. YESTERDAY'S BOOKS for TODAY'S CHARITIES 10% of the publisher’s profit from the sale from this book will be donated to Charities. ============= KEYWORDS/TAGS: folklore, fairy, Tales, children, stories, bedtime, fables, illustrated, myths, legends, more English, England, ye old England, Pied Piper Hereafterthis, Golden Ball, My Own Self, Black Bull, Norroway, Yallery Brown, Three Feathers, Sir, Gammer Vans, Tom Hickathrift, Hedley Kow , Gobborn Seer, Lawkamercyme, Tattercoats , Wee Bannock, Johnny Gloke, Coat o' Clay, The Three Cows , Blinded Giant, Scrapefoot, Pedlar of Swaffham, Old Witch, Three Wishes, Buried Moon, Son of Adam, Children in the Wood, Hobyahs, Pottle O' Brains, King of England, Three Sons, King John, Abbot of Canterbury, Rushen Coatie, King O' The Cats, Tamlane, Stars in the Sky, News, Paddock, Mousie, Ratton, Little Bull-Calf, wee, Mannie, Habetrot, Scantlie Mab , Old Mother Wiggle-Waggle, Catskin, Stupid's Cries, Lambton Worm, Wise men of Gotham, Princess of Canterbury
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More English Fairy Stories

More English Fairy Stories

Joseph Jacobs (1854-1916) was a folklorist, literary critic and historian.

Author: Joseph Jacobs

Publisher: Wildside Press

ISBN: 1434440206

Category: Fiction

Page: 276

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Joseph Jacobs (1854-1916) was a folklorist, literary critic and historian. His works included contributions to the Jewish Encyclopedia, translations of European works, and critical editions of early English literature. More English Fairy Tales is part of a popular series of fairy tale collections, annotated for those who are no longer "little boys and girls."
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More English Fairy Tales

More English Fairy Tales

As they were sitting one day in the town hall racking their poor brains, and bewailing their hard fate, who should run in but the town beadle. "Please your Honour," says he, "here is a very queer fellow come to town.

Author: John Dickson Batten

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 9798620117031

Category:

Page: 162

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Why didn't the good people of the town have cats? Well they did, and there was a fair stand-up fight, but in the end the rats were too many, and the pussies were regularly driven from the field. Poison, I hear you say? Why, they poisoned so many that it fairly bred a plague. Ratcatchers! Why there wasn't a ratcatcher from John o' Groat's house to the Land's End that hadn't tried his luck. But do what they might, cats or poison, terrier or traps, there seemed to be more rats than ever, and every day a fresh rat was cocking his tail or pricking his whiskers.The Mayor and the town council were at their wits' end. As they were sitting one day in the town hall racking their poor brains, and bewailing their hard fate, who should run in but the town beadle. "Please your Honour," says he, "here is a very queer fellow come to town. I don't rightly know what to make of him." "Show him in," said the Mayor, and in he stepped. A queer fellow, truly. For there wasn't a colour of the rainbow but you might find it in some corner of his dress, and he was tall and thin, and had keen piercing eyes."I'm called the Pied Piper," he began. "And pray what might you be willing to pay me, if I rid you of every single rat in Franchville?"
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More English Folk and Fairy Tales

More English Folk and Fairy Tales

Over a century ago, Joseph Jacobs began collecting the first known set of English fairy tales, in response to a then popular feeling that "there were no English fairy tales," and so contributing heavily to the field of fairy tale studies.

Author: Joseph Jacobs

Publisher: Flying Chipmunk Publishing

ISBN: 1604598719

Category: Fiction

Page: 162

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Over a century ago, Joseph Jacobs began collecting the first known set of English fairy tales, in response to a then popular feeling that "there were no English fairy tales," and so contributing heavily to the field of fairy tale studies. His first book,
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More English Fairy Tales Annotated

More English Fairy Tales Annotated

It is probable that many more exist. A quarter of the tales in this volume have been collected during the last ten years or so, and some of them have not been hitherto published.

Author: Joseph Jacobs

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 9798713287320

Category:

Page: 244

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Joseph Jacobs published his English fairy tale collections: English Fairy Tales in 1890 and More English Fairy Tales in 1893. From the Preface: 'WHO says that English folk have no fairy tales of their own? The present volume contains only a selection out of some 140, of which I have found traces in this country. It is probable that many more exist. A quarter of the tales in this volume have been collected during the last ten years or so, and some of them have not been hitherto published. Up to 1870, it was said equally of France and of Italy, that they possessed no folk-tales. Yet, within fifteen years from that date, over 1000 tales had been collected in each country
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More English Fairy Tales by Joseph Jacobs

More English Fairy Tales by Joseph Jacobs

More English Fairy Tales by Joseph Jacobs Illustrator byJohn Dickson Batten The pied piper of Franchville Hereafterthis The golden ball My own self The black bull of Norroway Yallery Brown Three feathers Sir Gammer Vans Tom Hickathrift The ...

Author: Joseph Jacobs

Publisher:

ISBN: 9798644877621

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Page: 180

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More English Fairy Tales by Joseph Jacobs Illustrator byJohn Dickson Batten The pied piper of Franchville Hereafterthis The golden ball My own self The black bull of Norroway Yallery Brown Three feathers Sir Gammer Vans Tom Hickathrift The Hedley kow Gobborn seer Lawkamercyme Tattercoats The wee bannock Johnny Gloke Coat o' clay The three cows The blinded giant Scrapefoot The pedlar of Swaffham The old witch The three wishes The buried moon A son of Adam The children in the wood The Hobyahs A pottle o' brains The king of England and his three sons King John and the Abbot of Canterbury Rushen Coatie The king o' the cats Tamlane The stars in the sky News! Puddock, Mousie, and Ratton The little bull-calf -- The wee, wee Mannie Habetrot and Scantlie Mab Old mother Wiggle-Waggle Catskin Stupid's cries The Lambton worm The wise men of Gotham The princess of Canterbury. Joseph Jacobs (29 August 1854 - 30 January 1916) was an Australian folklorist, translator, literary critic, social scientist, historian and writer of English literature who became a notable collector and publisher of English folklore. John Dickson Batten (8 October 1860 - 5 August 1932), born in Plymouth, Devon, was an English painter of figures in oils, tempera and fresco and a book illustrator and printmaker. He was an active member of the Society of Painters in Tempera, with his wife Mary Batten, a gilder.
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English Fairy Tales Illustrated by John D Batten

English Fairy Tales   Illustrated by John D  Batten

These stories are some of the most famous and best-loved fairy tales from English folklore, including such stories as ‘Tom Tit Tot’, ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’ and others. “English Fairy Tales” is sure to be enjoyed by children ...

Author: Joseph Jacobs

Publisher: Read Books Ltd

ISBN: 9781528767019

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 290

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Joseph's jacobs wonderful collection of original English fairy tales. These stories are some of the most famous and best-loved fairy tales from English folklore, including such stories as ‘Tom Tit Tot’, ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’ and others. “English Fairy Tales” is sure to be enjoyed by children and lovers of folklore now just as they always have been, and it would make for a fantastic addition to family collections. The tales include: “Tom Tit Tot”, “The Three Sillies”, “The Rose-Tree”, “The Old Woman and Her Pig”, “How Jack Went to Seek his Fortune”, “Mr. Vinegar”, “Nix Nought Nothing”, “Jack Hannaford”, “Binnorie”, “Mouse and Mouser”, “Cap o’ Rushes”, “Teeny Tiny”, “Jack and the Beanstalk”, and many more. Joseph Jacobs (1854 – 1916), was an Australian folklorist, literary critic, historian and writer of English literature, who became a notable collector and publisher of English folklore. Heavily influenced by the Brothers Grimm and the romantic nationalism ubiquitous in his contemporary folklorists, Jacobs was responsible for introducing English fairy tales to English children, who had previously chiefly enjoyed those derived from French and German folklore. John Dickson Batten (1860 – 1932), was a British figure painter, as well as a book illustrator and printmaker. He illustrated almost all of Jacob’s works, including, English Fairy Tales (1890), Celtic Fairy Tales (1892), Indian Fairy Tales (1912), and European Folk and Fairy Tales (1916). In addition, Batten is also celebrated for his delicately rendered imaginings of Arabian Nights and Dante’s Inferno. Presented alongside the text of ‘More English Fairy Tales’, his illustrations further refine and elucidate Joseph Jacob’s enchanting narratives. Pook Press celebrates the great ‘Golden Age of Illustration‘ in children’s classics and fairy tales – a period of unparalleled excellence in book illustration. We publish rare and vintage Golden Age illustrated books, in high-quality colour editions, so that the masterful artwork and story-telling can continue to delight both young and old.
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

English Fairy Tales

English Fairy Tales

How to get into this book.

Author: Joseph Jacobs

Publisher:

ISBN: HARVARD:32044024186231

Category: Children's stories

Page: 253

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How to get into this book. Knock at the Knocker on the Door, Pull the Bell at the side, Then, if you are very quiet, you will hear a teeny tiny voice say through the grating "Take down the Key." This you will find at the back: you cannot mistake it, for it has F. F, in the wards. Put the Key in the Keyhole, which it fits exactly, unlock the door and Walk In. -- Half title verso.
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More English Fairy Tales

More English Fairy Tales

Author: Joseph Jacobs

Publisher:

ISBN: WISC:89094334638

Category: Children

Page: 243

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Forty-four traditional English fairy tales including The black bull of Norroway, The pedlar of Swaffham, and Old Mother Wiggle-waggle.
Categories: Children

The Best Books of Fairy Tales

The Best Books of Fairy Tales

ILLUSTRATED EDITION The book contains English fairy tales and fairy tales collected by folklorist Joseph Jacobs.

Author: Merlin Books

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 1730965830

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Page: 185

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ILLUSTRATED EDITION The book contains English fairy tales and fairy tales collected by folklorist Joseph Jacobs. Their heroes are elves, ghouls, princesses and greedy kings. Interesting tales will allow you to plunge into the world of enchanted giants and brave princesses. CONTENT PREFACE 6 THE PIED PIPER 10 HEREAFTERTHIS 14 THE GOLDEN BALL 18 MY OWN SELF 22 BLACK BULL OF NORROWAY 26 YALLERY BROWN 32 THREE FEATHERS 38 SIR GAMMER VANS 42 TOM HICKATHRIFT 44 THE HEDLEY KOW 51 GOBBORN SEER 54 LAWKAMERCYME 58 TATTERCOATS 59 THE WEE BANNOCK 64 JOHNNY GLOKE 68 COAT O' CLAY 70 THE THREE COWS 77 THE BLINDED GIANT 79 SCRAPEFOOT 80 THE PEDLAR OF SWAFFHAM 83 THE OLD WITCH 85 THE THREE WISHES 90 THE BURIED MOON 92 A SON OF ADAM 97 THE CHILDREN IN THE WOOD 98 THE HOBYAHS 104 A POTTLE O' BRAINS 110 THE KING OF ENGLAND AND HIS THREE SONS 118 KING JOHN AND THE ABBOT OF CANTERBURY 130 RUSHEN COATIE 133 THE KING O' THE CATS 137 TAMLANE 139 THE STARS IN THE SKY 143 NEWS! 147 PUDDOCK, MOUSIE, AND RATTON 149 THE LITTLE BULL-CALF 151 THE LITTLE BULL-CALF 153 THE WEE, WEE MANNIE 155 HABETROT AND SCANTLIE MAB 158 OLD MOTHER WIGGLE-WAGGLE 162 CATSKIN 164 STUPID'S CRIES 169 THE LAMBTON WORM 172 THE WISE MEN OF GOTHAM 177 PRINCESS OF CANTERBURY 183
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More Celtic Fairy Tales

More Celtic Fairy Tales

... and More English Fairy Tales, No. Ivii. Remarks. — It would lead me too far
afield to discuss here the sources of Reynard the Fox, with which I hope shortly to
deal at length elsewhere. But I would remark that in this case, as in several others
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Author: Joseph Jacobs

Publisher:

ISBN: WISC:89017100926

Category: Celts

Page: 234

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This book is a collection of Celtic fairy tales including "The Russet Dog," "The Fate of the Children of Lir," "Powel, Price of Dyfed" and many more.
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More Celtic fairy tales selected and ed by J Jacobs

More Celtic fairy tales  selected and ed  by J  Jacobs

... English Fairy Tales, No. xxviii. ; and More English Fairy Tales, No. lvii. Remarks
. — It would lead me too far afield to discuss here the sources of Reynard the Fox,
with which I hope shortly to deal at length elsewhere. But I would remark that ...

Author: Joseph Jacobs

Publisher:

ISBN: OXFORD:590531461

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