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FOLK-LORE BIBLIOGRAPHY.




BOOKS.

1894, UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED.

[English books published in London, French books in Paris,
unless otherwise mentioned.
]

Andree (R.). Die Plejaden im Mythus und in ihrer Beziehung zum Jahresbeginn und Landbau. (Extr. Globus, 64, No. 22.)
Douglas (Sir G.). Scottish Fairy and Folk-tales, selected and edited, with Introduction. Crown 8vo. W. Scott.
Edda. Die Lieder der sog. älteren Edda nebst einem Anhang: Die mythischen und heroischen Erzählungen der Snorra Edda. Uebersetzt und erläutert von H. Gering. 12mo. 398 pp. Leipzig, 1893.

(Symbol missingsymbol characters)A new and excellent translation, with brief but thoroughly adequate Introduction and Notes. Gering's opinion respecting Prof. Bugge's theories—"Mir erscheinen Bugge's Hypothesen, je mehr ich mit der Frage beschäftige, immer unglaublicher"—is worth recording.

Fielde (Adele N.). Chinese Nights' Entertainments. Forty stories illustrated by Chinese artists. 8vo. ix, 194 pp., n. d. (1893). New York: Putnams.
Kainal (R. F.). Die Huzulen. Ihr Leben, ihre Sitten und ihre volksüberlieferung. Roy. 8vo. vi, 130 pp. 30 illustrations and coloured plate. Vienna: A. Holder.
Larminie (W). West Irish Folk-tales and Romances, collected and translated. With Introduction, Notes, and Appendix containing specimens of the Gaelic originals phonetically spelt. 8vo. xxvii, 258 pp. E. Stock, 1893.

(Symbol missingsymbol characters)One of the most valuable collections of Irish folk-tales ever published. I hope to review it at length in the next number.—A. N.