3 edition of Tattercoats, and other folk tales found in the catalog.
A collection of fifteen folktales from Scotland and northern England including The Red Etin, The Three Golden Heads, and The Old Handmill.
|Statement||Winifred Finlay ; illustrated by Shirley Hughes|
|Contributions||Hughes, Shirley, 1927-|
|LC Classifications||PZ8.1.F484 Tat 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||118 p. :|
|Number of Pages||118|
|LC Control Number||77364936|
Cinderella stories originated through the oral tradition of storytelling. That is one of the reasons there are more than versions of this tale. They can be found in more parts of the world, told in more languages, and in more different ways than any other Size: 79KB. Tattercoats dancing while the gooseherd pipes. Artist Name: Rackham, Arthur Dates: Country: UK Illustration Subject: Narratives Technique: Color process Format: Portrait (taller) Source: The New York Public Library, the Internet Archive Book Title: English fairy tales Author(s): Steel, Flora Annie Webster Publisher: New York.
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Tattercoats, and Other Folk Tales book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A collection of fifteen folktales from Scotland an /5. Lonely and neglected, Tattercoats lives with her grandfather, a rich old lord, in a palace by the sea. Her grandfather ignores her because her mother, his favorite daughter, had died at her birth.
Will Tattercoats find a way to attend the king's ball if her grandfather refuses to take her. Full color/5. is the world's largest collection of fairy tales, fables and folktales. Discover more than 3, classic tales plus new stories by fairy tale fans.
Discover more than 3, classic tales plus new stories by fairy tale fans. Tattercoats Tattercoats, and other folk tales. [Winifred Finlay; Shirley Hughes] -- A collection of fifteen folktales from Scotland and northern England including The Red Etin, The Three Golden Heads, and The Old Handmill.
A collection of fifteen folktales from Scotland and northern England including The Red Etin, The Three Golden Heads, and The Old Handmill. A collection of fifteen folktales from Scotland and northern England including The Red Etin, The Three Golden Heads, and The Old Handmill Tattercoats -- The Old Handmill -- The Five Sisters of Kintail -- The Earl of Mar's Daughter -- The Three Feathers -- Nicht Nought Nothing -- The Bird with the Gift of Fire -- Whuppity Stoorie -- Callaly Castle -- Columba and the Water-horse -- The Three Pages: Retells the traditional English tale of how poor, neglected Tattercoats comes to marry the Prince.
Edition Notes The story is from English fairy tales (), retold by Flora Annie : Meanwhile Tattercoats had heard of the great doings in the town, and she sat by the kitchen-door weeping because she could not go to see them.
And when the old nurse heard her crying she went to the Lord of the Palace, and begged him to take his granddaughter with him to the King's ball. “Tatterhood,” a Norwegian tale, is the first of 25 folk tales of brave, smart, and strong girls and women from collected, edited, and adapted from Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and Russia by Ethel Johnston Phelps with a few grayscale illustrations by Pamela Baldwin Ford/5(32).
"Tattercoats" is an English fairy tale collected by Joseph Jacobs in his More English Fairy Tales. It is Aarne–Thompson type B, the persecuted heroine.
An English Fairy Tale: calling her "Tattercoats," and pointing to her bare feet and shoulders, till she ran away, crying, to hide among the bushes.
Now one day people told each other that the King was travelling through the land, and was to give a great ball to all the lords and ladies of the country in the town near by, and that the.
Tattercoats (An English Tale) IN a great palace by the sea there once dwelt a very rich old lord, who had neither wife nor children living, only one little granddaughter, whose face he had never seen in all her life. He hated her bitterly, because at her birth his favourite daughter died; and when the old nurse brought him the baby, he swore, that it might live or die as it liked, but he would never look on its face.
Tattercoats (Arthur Rackham) From “English Fairy Tales” by Flora Annie Steel. Illustrations by Arthur Rackham. In a great Palace by the sea there once dwelt a very rich old lord, who had neither wife nor children living, only one little granddaughter, whose face he had never seen in all her life.
Meanwhile, his granddaughter grew up with no one to care for her, or clothe her; only the old nurse, when no one was by, would sometimes give her a dish of scraps from the kitchen, or a torn petticoat from the rag-bag; while the other servants of the palace would drive her from the house with blows and mocking words, calling her "Tattercoats.
“You seem merry folk,” he said, “and will be good company.” “Good company, indeed,” said the gooseherd, and played a new tune that was not a dance. It was a curious tune, and it made the strange young man stare and stare and stare at Tattercoats till he couldn’t see her rags—till he couldn’t, to tell the truth, see anything.
The story is from English fairy tales (), retold by Flora Annie Steel Retells the traditional English tale of how poor, neglected Tattercoats comes to marry the Prince Notes.
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Other Fairy Tales by Joseph JACOBS ( - ): ?list=PLlwgcqguV6o. In a great Palace by the sea there once dwelt a very rich old lord, who had neither wife nor children living, only one little granddaughter, whose face he had never seen in all her life.
Tattercoats by Midori Snyder was another really great story about a husband and wife who had gotten so used to each other that they might be taking one another for granted and how a little change of perception makes their marriage new again.
All in all, this book is /5. This enchanting collection of traditional English folktales reflects the depth and diversity of the folk heritage of Britain, and illustrates the ties between stories, land, and people. The editors present an enticing assortment of more than 50 tales, gathered from practicing storytellers and organized into sections based on broad themes--The Fool in All His Glory, Wily Wagers and Tall Tales.Read Russian fairy tales from The Russian Garland as well as from authors like Robert Nisbet Bain and Alexandar Afanasyev.
View entire list of Russian fairy tales. “It was clear that her fascination still worked upon the hearts of the prisoners.” Illustration by Frank Papes, published in The Russian Story Book by Richard Wilson (The variants Tattercoats, Cap o'Rushes, and The Princess and the Golden Shoes from the Tales of Wonder site.
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