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Some of these claims have been challenged by later scholars, with Goldthwaite 1996 pointing to some anachronisms evident in Halliwell-Phillipps’s theories about the history and meaning of certain rhymes. Entering the realm of the fairies, the enchantment of fairy music and fairy laughter can be dangerous... Olaf was a Norwegian farmer who was tired of working in the fields. Find elements of folktales lesson plans and teaching resources. There is truly something for everyone! presentations for free.

Pages: 204

Publisher: iUniverse (February 6, 2001)

ISBN: 0595171427

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