Swedish Folktales and Legends

ISBN-10: 0816645752

ISBN-13: 9780816645756

Edition: 2004

Authors: Lone Thygesen Blecher, George Blecher

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List price: $18.95
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: University of Minnesota Press
Publication date: 8/13/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 416
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.188
Language: English

Michael Larsen was born in 1961 in Copenhagen. He worked for a number of years as a journalist and in 1992 his first book was published, Med livet i h�lene (Pursued by Life), a comedy stand-up novel. 1994 saw the publication of Uden sikker viden (Uncertainty), a thriller which has been sold to 25 countries - including Germany, UK, USA, France, Italy and most recently Japan - making Michael Larsen one of the most translated Danish authors. This distinguished status is now being further enhanced by the major thriller Slangen i Sydney (The Serpent in Sydney) which appeared in 1997 and has been sold to Germany, Sweden, Norway, the Netherlands and Lithuania.

Animal Tales
Small Birds Can Kill Too!
The Rooster Wins the Race
The Fox, the Bear, and the Honeycomb
How the Bear Got His Stubby Tail
The Fox and the Rowanberries
"They're Sour," Said the Fox
The Fox and the Crane Invite Each Other to Dinner
Why the Hare Has a Cleft Lip
If It Were Summer ...
The Wolf and the Fox
The Wolf Who Wanted to Become Stronger
The Billy Goat and the Wolf
Hold the Wolf by the Tail
Trolls, Giants, Ghosts, and Other Beings
To Squeeze Water from a Stone
The Girl Who Wouldn't Spin
The Boy Who Worked for the Giant
Little Hans
Onen in the Mountain
The Gullible Troll
The Clever Boy
The Backahast (legend)
The Skogsra at Lapptjarns Mountain (legend)
To Catch Smoke (legend)
The Tale of the Troll Woman (legend)
The Tale of Speke (legend)
The Gypsy Girl and Her Dead Fiance (legend)
Hobergsgubben (legend)
The Trolls and the Bear (legend)
The Giant's Toy (legend)
True Dummies and Clever Folk
The Tale of the Crooked Creature
Wise Klara
The Stupid Boy Who Didn't Know About Women
Counting the Stars in Heaven
The Princess of Catburg
Pretend to Eat, Pretend to Work
Lazy Masse
Big Tomma and Heikin Pieti
For Long Springday
The Students and the Eclipse of the Moon
The Numbskull Who Thought He Married a Man
Talje Fools
The Thief's Three Masterpieces
The Girl and the Calf's Eyes (legend)
The King, the Headsman, and the Twelve Robbers (legend)
Twelve Men in the Forest (legend)
The Wise Daughter (legend)
Bellman Stories (legend)
How to Win the Princess
Twigmouthius, Cowbellowantus, Perchnosimus
The Princess Who Always Had an Answer
The Boat That Sailed on Both Land and Sea
The Liar
Ash Dummy Chops Down the Oak and Becomes the King's Son-in-Law
The Princess with the Louse Skin
Sheepskin Boy
The Princess Who Danced with a Troll Every Night
Stuck on a Goose
The King's Hares
Prince Greenbeard
Tales of Heroes and Heroines
The Three Swords
The Peasant Girl in the Floating Rock
Manasse and Cecilia
The Princess in the Earthen Cave
The Silver Dress, the Gold Dress, and the Diamond Dress
The Boy in the Birch-Bark Basket
The Castle East of the Sun and West of the Wind in the Promised Land
Prince Vilius
The Three Sons Who Each Had a Foal, a Puppy, and a Sword
The Twelve Kidnapped Princesses
The Tale of White Bear
Little Rose and Big Briar
The Serpent Prince
The Widow's Son
Gray Cape
The Animal Husbands
Prince Faithful
The Rats in the Juniper Bush
Tales of Men and Women
Like a Cold Wind in Warm Weather
The Quick-Learning Girl
The Girl Who Gave a Knight a Kiss Out of Necessity
The Fussy Fiance
Par and Bengta
Who's Got the Dumbest Husband
The Stingy Farmer
The Man and Woman Who Changed Jobs
The Contrary Old Woman (legend)
The Tale of a Suitor (legend)
The Hunter and the Skogsra (legend)
The Woman in the Hole (legend)
The Man Who Married the Mara (legend)
The Hidden Key (legend)
Moral Tales
His Just Reward
Master Par and Rag Jan's Boy
The Girl in the Robbers' Den
Funteliten and His Mother
The Girl Who Stepped on the Bread
A Tale of Two Beggars
The Filthy-Rich Student
The Bad Stepmother
The Tale of the Copper Pot
The Two Chests
Godfather Death
The Bear and the Woman
The Boy, the Old Woman, and the Neighbor (legend)
The Salt Mill (legend)
Old Nick and the Widow (legend)
The Lazy Boy and the Industrious Girl (legend)
The Parson's Wife Who Had No Shadow (legend)
The Despised Rake (legend)
The Tale of the Sculptor's Beautiful Wife (legend)
The Big Turnip (legend)
Parsons, the Good Lord, and the Evil One
"Yet a Little While, and the World Seeth Me No More"
The Devil and the Tailor
Kitta Gray
The Pregnant Parson
Forging with Sand
The Parson, the Sexton, and the Devil
The Sermon About Nothing
Sven Fearless
The Tale of the Parson and the Sexton
The Farmer Who Sold His Soul to the Devil (legend)
The Night-Blind Parson (legend)
The Burning Lake (legend)
The Bishop's Visit (legend)
One More Schnapps (legend)
The Hare in the Treetop (legend)
Exchange Heads with the Devil (legend)
Tall Tales, Superstitions, and Jingles
The Mountain in the Forest
The Old Lady's Cat
The Snake Cookers
The Goat Who Wouldn't Go Home
"Eat the Bread Too!"
The Little Old Woman
The Three Lying Old Women
The Biggest Stable and the Biggest Pot
The Black Cow, the Pot, and the Cheese
Boots for the Son in America
That Was the End of the Tale
The Illustrators
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