Indian Fairy Tales by Joseph Jacobs and John Dickson Batten

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Compiler Jacobs, Joseph, 1854-1916
Illustrator Batten, John Dickson, 1860-1932
Title Indian Fairy Tales
Contents The lion and the crane -- How the Raja's son won the Princess Labam -- The lambikin -- Punchkin -- The broken pot -- The magic fiddle -- The cruel crane outwitted -- Loving Laili -- The tiger, the Brahman, and the jackal -- The soothsayer's son -- Harisarman -- The charmed ring -- The talkative tortoise -- A lac of rupees for a piece of advice -- The gold-giving serpent -- The son of seven queens -- A lesson for kings -- Pride goeth before a fall -- Raja Rasalu -- The ass in the lion's skin -- The farmer and the money-lender -- The boy who had a moon on his forehead and a star on his chin -- The prince and the fakir -- Why the fish laughed -- The demon with the matted hair -- The ivory city and its fairy princess -- Sun, moon, and wind go out to dinner -- How the wicked sons were duped -- The pigeon and the crow.
Language English
LoC Class PZ: Language and Literatures: Juvenile belles lettres
Subject Fairy tales
Subject Fairy tales -- India
Subject Folklore -- India
Category Text
EBook-No. 7128
Release Date
Most Recently Updated May 1, 2012
Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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