Author: Merlin Price
Publisher: Minimax Books Ltd; 1st edition edition (August 1984)
Category: Short Stories & Anthologies
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pig that saved the city of Gloucester during the Civil War, these twenty stories trace the folktales and legends of Gloucestershire over the past few hundred years.
From the strange conspiracy that placed a changeling on the throne of England to the brave pig that saved the city of Gloucester during the Civil War, these twenty stories trace the folktales and legends of Gloucestershire over the past few hundred years.
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Gloucestershire Folk Tales', like the other books in this series, is a collection of thirty folk tales, from a county that . Glocuestershire Folk Tales' is a very entertaining book that I can recommend to anybody who is interested in folk tales, legends or just good story-telling.
Gloucestershire Folk Tales', like the other books in this series, is a collection of thirty folk tales, from a county that - as the author writes in the introduction - can claim to be the "heart of Britain's history". It definitely is a county with a rich tradition of folklore.
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Gloucestershire’s stories go back to the days of Sabrina, spirit of the Severn, and the Nine Hags of Gloucester . You're getting the VIP treatment! With the purchase of Kobo VIP Membership, you're getting 10% off and 2x Kobo Super Points on eligible items. Your Shopping Cart is empty. There are currently no items in your Shopping Cart.
Gloucestershire Folk Tales - Anthony Nanson. If the sharing of these Gloucestershire tales may contribute in some way to the appreciation of the county’s specialness and a deeper caring for its communities and landscapes, then I shall be well pleased. One. Mabon, son of modron.
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The legends I have included are a diverse mixture. Chapter 11?The Legend of Gelert. Most of North Wales, Gloucestershire and Cheshire became part of the Duchy of Lancaster and Welsh fighting men were recruited as Lancastrian soldiers. There are love stories, tales of heroic deeds, foolishness, greed, fables and humour. The cast includes fair maidens, wicked tyrants, explorers, kings and ordinary folk quietly going about their business. When Edward IV came to the throne of England on the 4th March 1461 the Civil War, known as the 'Wars of The Roses', had been an on and off affair for several years.