List of fairy tales

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Fairy tales are stories that range from those originating in folklore to more modern stories defined as literary fairy tales. Despite subtle differences in the categorizing of fairy tales, folklore, fables, myths, and legends, a modern definition of the fairy tale, as provided by Jens Tismar's monologue in German, is a story that differs "from an oral folk tale", written by "a single identifiable author", which can be characterised as "simple and anonymous", and exists in a mutable and difficult to define genre with a close relationship to folktales.[1]

Fairy tales and their origins
Name Date Region Author Book or collection Type
The Abduction of a Voter 1837 Irish Philip Dixon Hardy Legends, Tales, and Stories of Ireland[2]
Abdullah the Fisherman and Abdullah the Merman Before 850 Persian/Arabic
The Adventure of Elidurus 1828 Welsh Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[3]
The Adventures of Ciad,Son of the King of Norway 1900 Irish Seumas MacManus Donegal Fairy Stories[4]
Adventures of Gilla Na Chreck An Gour 1866 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[5]
The Adventures of Leithin 1915 Irish Douglas Hyde Legends of Saints and Sinners[6]
The Adventures of Pinocchio 1883 Italian Carlo Collodi
The Adventures of the Son of Bad Counsel 1866 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[7]
Aladdin Persian/Arabic One Thousand and One Nights
Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves Persian/Arabic One Thousand and One Nights
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland 1865 English Lewis Carroll
Almondseed and Almondella 1641 Greek Georgios A. Megas Folktales of Greece
The Alp-Luachra 1890 Irish Douglas Hyde Beside the Fire: A Collection of Irish Gaelic Folk Stories[8]
Alphege, or the Green Monkey French Chevalier de Mailly n/a
The Amadan Mor and the Gruagach of the castle of Gold 1894 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Hero-Tales of Ireland[9]
The Amadan of the Dough 1900 Irish Seumas MacManus Donegal Fairy Stories[10]
An Braon Suan Or 1866 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[11]
An Ancient Charm Against the Fairies 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[12]
Ancilotto, King of Provino Italian Giovanni Francesco Straparola The Facetious Nights of Straparola 707
Andras Baive Sami Josef Calasanz Poestion Lapplandische Märchen N/A
The Angelus 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[13]
1843 Danish Hans Christian Andersen New Fairy Tales (1844) N/A
The Ant and the Grasshopper Greek Aesop's Fables 373
Anthousa, Xanthousa, Chrisomalousa Greek Georgios A. Megas Folktales of Greece 310
The Apprentice Thief (of the South of Ireland) Irish Anonymous The Royal Hibernian Tales[14] n/a
The Apprentice Thief (of Ballyshanny) 1899 Irish Seumas MacManus In the Chimney Corners[15]
Arrival 1989 Irish Michael Scott Irish Folk and Fairy Tales Omnibus[16]
Art the king's Son, and Balor Beimenach, two Sons-In-Law of King Under the Wave 1894 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Hero-Tales of Ireland[17]
Asmund and Signy Icelandic Islandische Märchen n/a
Aurore and Aimée 1756 French Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont 480
Babiole 1698 French Madame d'Aulnoy Les Contes des Fees N/A
The Baby Farmer 1894 Welsh Peter Henry Emerson Welsh Fairy Tales and Other Stories[18]
The Bad Stepmother 1866 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[19]
A Bad Wish 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[20]
Balor of the Evil Eye and Lui Lavada his Grandson 1894 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Hero-Tales of Ireland[21]
Balor of Tory Island 1894 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Hero-Tales of Ireland[22]
Ballads and Ballad Singers 1831 Irish Samuel Lover Legends and Stories of Ireland[23]
Bambi, a Life in the Woods 1923 German Felix Salten
Banshee 1989 Irish Michael Scott Irish Folk and Fairy Tales Omnibus[24]
The Banshee 1888 Irish David Russell McAnally Irish Wonders[25]
The Banshee (of Ballintobber) 1837 Irish Philip Dixon Hardy Legends, Tales, and Stories of Ireland[26]
Barry O'Reirdon, The Navigator 1834 Irish Samuel Lover Legends and Stories of Ireland[27]
Bash Chelik Serbian 552A
The Battle of the Berrins 1831 Irish Samuel Lover Legends and Stories of Ireland[28]
The Battle of the Birds 1890 Scottish John Francis Campbell Popular Tales of the West Highlands n/a
The Battle of Ventry 1894 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Hero-Tales of Ireland[29]
Bawang Putih Bawang Merah Malay region such as Malaysia, Brunei, Singapore and Indonesia n/a
The Bay-Tree Maiden Romanian n/a
The Bear 1900 Scottish Andrew Lang The Grey Fairy Book 510B
Bearskin 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales 361
Bearskin 1710 French Henriette-Julie de Murat N/A
Beauty and Pock Face 1937 Chinese Wolfram Eberhard Chinese Fairy Tales and Folk Tales 510A
Beauty and the Beast 1740 French Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve N/A
Beauty of the World 1898 Irish William Larminie West Irish Folk-Tales and Romances[30]
Becuma of the White Skin 1920 Irish James Stephens Irish Fairy Tales[31]
Bedside Tales of Sultan 2009 Turkish Murat Güvenç Fairy tales, fantasies and moral stories
The Bee, the Harp,the Mouse, and the Bum-Clock 1900 Irish Seumas MacManus Donegal Fairy Stories[32]
The Bee and the Orange Tree 1698 French Madame d'Aulnoy Les Contes des Fees N/A
The Belated Priest 1866 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[33]
Bella Venezia 1956 Italian Italo Calvino Italian Folktales 709
Belle-Belle ou Le Chevalier Fortuné 1698 French Madame d'Aulnoy Les Contes des Fees n/a
Bewitched Butter (Donegal) 1888 Irish Letitia McClintock Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry[34]
Bewitched Butter (Queen's County/ County Laois) 1888 Irish Anonymous Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry[35]
The Bewitched Churn 1866 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[36]
Biancabella and the Snake Italian Giovanni Francesco Straparola The Facetious Nights of Straparola 706
The Big Poor People 1900 Irish William Henry Frost Fairies and Folk of Ireland[37]
Billy Beg and the Bull 1899 Irish Seumas MacManus In the Chimney Corners[38]
Billy Beg, Tom Beg, and the Fairies 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[39]
Billy Duffy and the Devil 1894 Irish Peter Henry Emerson Welsh Fairy Tales and Other Stories[40]
The Bird 'Grip' Swedish 550
The Bird of Truth Spanish Fernan Caballero Cuentos. Oraciones y Adivinas N/A
The Bird of the Golden Land 1954 Irish Eileen O'Faolain Irish Sagas and Folk Tales[41]
The Birth of Bran 1920 Irish James Stephens Irish Fairy Tales[42]
Birth of Fin MacCumhail and Origin of the Fenians of Erin 1890 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Myths and Folk-Lore of Ireland[43]
The Birthday of the Infanta 1891 Irish Oscar Wilde A House of Pomegranates
The Birthday Honors of the Fairy Queen 1919 Irish Hapgood Moore Childhood Favourites and Fairy Stories[44]
The Blacksmith Irish Anonymous The Royal Hibernian Tales[45] n/a
Black, Brown, and Grey 1890 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Myths and Folk-Lore of Ireland[46]
The Black Book 1989 Irish Michael Scott Irish Folk and Fairy Tales Omnibus[47]
The Black Bull of the Castle of Blood 1899 Irish Seumas MacManus In the Chimney Corners[48]
Black Bull of Norroway 1870 Scottish Robert Chambers Popular Rhymes of Scotland 425A
The Black Cattle of Durzy Island 1866 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[49]
The Black Cloud 1989 Irish Michael Scott Irish Folk and Fairy Tales Omnibus[50]
The Black Cross 1989 Irish Michael Scott Irish Folk and Fairy Tales Omnibus[51]
The Black Thief and Knight of the Glen Irish Anonymous The Royal Hibernian Tales[52] n/a
Black Stairs on Fire 1866 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[53]
The Black Thief 1954 Irish Eileen O'Faolain Irish Sagas and Folk Tales[54]
The Black Thief and King Conal's Three Horses 1894 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Hero-Tales of Ireland[55]
Blaiman, Son of Apple, in the Kingdom of the White Strand 1894 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Hero-Tales of Ireland[56]
Blarney Castle 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[57]
Blockhead Hans Danish H. C. Andersen n/a
The Blood-Drawing Ghost 1895 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Tales of the Fairies and of the Ghost World[58]
Bloom-of-Youth and the Witch of the Elders 1918 Irish Padraic Colum The Boy Who Knew How to Speak to Birds[59]
Bluebeard 1697 French Charles Perrault Mother Goose Tales n/a
The Blue Belt 1845 Norwegian Peter Chr. Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe Norske Folkeeventyr 590
The Blue Bird 1698 French Madame d'Aulnoy Les Contes des Fees 432
The Blue Light 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales 562
The Blue Mountains 1894 N/A
The Bold Knight, the Apples of Youth, and the Water of Life 1862 Russian Alexander Afanasyev Narodnye russkie skazki N/A
Boots and His Brothers 1845 Norwegian Peter Chr. Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe Norske Folkeeventyr N/A
Boots and the Troll 1845 Norwegian Peter Chr. Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe Norske Folkeeventyr 327B
Boots Who Ate a Match with the Troll 1845 Norwegian Peter Chr. Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe Norske Folkeeventyr N/A
Boots Who Made the Princess Say, "That's A Story" 1845 Norwegian Peter Chr. Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe Norske Folkeeventyr 852
The Boy and the Wolves Native American N/A
The Boy Apprenticed to an Enchanter 1920 Irish Padraic Colum The Boy Apprenticed to an Enchanter[60]
The Boy Who Cried Wolf Greek Aesop's Fables N/A
The Boy Who Could Keep A Secret Hungarian Folk Tales of Magyars N/A
The Boy Who Drew Cats Japanese Lafcadio Hearn Japanese Fairy Tales N/A
The Boy Who Found Fear At Last Turkish Ignaz Kunos Türkische Volksmärchen N/A
The Boy Who Knew How to Speak to Birds and How he came to Know what the Birds Said 1918 Irish Padraic Colum The Boy Who Knew How to Speak to Birds[61]
The Boy Who Was Long on His Mother 1896 Irish Douglas Hyde Five Irish Stories[62]
The Boyhood of Cuchulain 1909 Irish Standish O'Grady & Alfred Perceval Graves The Irish Fairy Book[63]
The Boyhood of Fionn 1920 Irish James Stephens Irish Fairy Tales[64]
The Boys with the Golden Stars Romanian Rumanische Märchen N/A
The Bracket Bull 1909 Irish Douglas Hyde & Alfred Perceval Graves The Irish Fairy Book[65]
Bran 1890 Irish Douglas Hyde Beside the Fire: A Collection of Irish Gaelic Folk Stories[66]
The Brewery of Egg-Shells 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[67]
The Bride's Death-Song 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[68]
The Bronze Ring 1889 Arabic Traditions Populaires de l'Asie Mineure N/A
Brother and Sister 1823 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales N/A
Brother and Sister Greek Georgias A. Megas Folktales of Greece 403A
The Brown Bear of Norway . 1866 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[69] 425A
The Brown Bear of the Green Glen 1890 Scottish John Francis Campbell Popular Tales of the West Highlands N/A
The Buideach, the Tinker, and the Black Donkey 1915 Irish Douglas Hyde Legends of Saints and Sinners[70]
The Buggane of Glen Meay Waterfall 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[71]
The Buggane of St Trinians 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[72]
Bunbuku Chagama Japanese N/A
The Bunworth Banshee 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[73]
The Burial of the Tithe 1834 Irish Samuel Lover Legends and Stories of Ireland[74]
The Buried Moon 1894 English Joseph Jacobs More English Fairy Tales N/A
Bushy Bride 1845 Norwegian Peter Chr. Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe Norske Folkeeventyr 403
Buttercup 1845 Norwegian Peter Chr. Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe Norske Folkeeventyr 327C
Cahal, Son of King Conor in Erin, and Bloom of Youth, Daughter of the King of Hathony 1894 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Hero-Tales of Ireland[75]
Caillagh-Ny-Faashagh, or the Prophet Wizard 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[76]
The Canary Prince 1956 Italian Italo Calvino Italian Folktales 310
Cannetella 1634 Italian Giambattista Basile Pentamerone
Cap O' Rushes 1890 English Joseph Jacobs English Fairy Tales 510B
Captain Webb and the Robber Chief 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[77]
The Captive Princess 1973 Irish Sinéad de Valera Irish Fairy Stories[78]
Capture of Bridget Purcell 1826 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[79]
The Card Player 1989 Irish Michael Scott Irish Folk and Fairy Tales Omnibus[80]
The Cards of the Gambler Irish Benedict Kiely The Penguin Book of Irish Short Stories[81]
Carrig-Cleena 1889 Irish Anonymous [C.J.T.] Folk-Lore and Legends: Ireland[82]
The Carl of the Drab Coat 1920 Irish James Stephens Irish Fairy Tales[83]
The Cat on the Dovrefell 1845 Norwegian Peter Chr. Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe Norske Folkeeventyr 1161
The Cat's Elopement Japanese David Brauns Japanische Märchen und Sagen
The Catastrophe 1831 Irish Samuel Lover Legends and Stories of Ireland[84]
Catherine and her Destiny 1885 Italian Thomas Frederick Crane Italian Popular Tales
Catskin 1894 English Joseph Jacobs More English Fairy Tales 510A
The Catspell 1989 Irish Michael Scott Irish Folk and Fairy Tales Omnibus[85]
The Cattle Jobber of Awnascawil 1895 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Tales of the Fairies and of the Ghost World[86]
Cauth Morrisy Looking for Service 1866 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[87]
The Cave Fairies 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[88]
The Champion of the Red Belt 1898 Irish William Larminie West Irish Folk-Tales and Romances[89]
The Changeling 1825 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[90]
The Changeling and his Bagpipes 1866 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[91]
A Chapter That you Can Skip 1900 Irish William Henry Frost Fairies and Folk of Ireland[92]
The Chase of Slieve Cullinn 1879 Irish Patrick Weston Joyce Old Celtic Romances[93]
The Chase of Slieve Fuad 1879 Irish Patrick Weston Joyce Old Celtic Romances[94]
Chicken Little 1840 20C
Chikarataro Japanese
The Child's Dream 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[95]
The Child that went With the Fairies 1894/1923 Irish Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu Madam Crowl's Ghost and Other Tales of Mystery[96]
The Child who came from an Egg 1866 Estonian Friedrich Kreutzwald Eestirahwa Ennemuistesed jutud
The Child Without a Name 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[97]
Childe Rowland 1890 English Joseph Jacobs English Fairy Tales
The Children of Lir 1910 Irish Ella Young Celtic Wonder-Tales[98]
Christmas Alms 1915 Irish Douglas Hyde Legends of Saints and Sinners[99]
A Christmas Carol 1843 English Charles Dickens
The Christmas Cuckoo 1904 Irish Frances Browne Granny's Wonderful Chair[100]
Christmas Eve 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[101]
Cinderella 1697 French Charles Perrault Mother Goose Tales
The City Under the Sea 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[102]
Coldfeet and the Queen of Lonesome Island 1894 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Hero-Tales of Ireland[103]
The Comparison as to Age Between the Four Elders: Namely, the Crow of Achill, the Great Eagle of Leac Na Bhfaol, the Blind Trout of Assaroe, and the Hag of Beare 1915 Irish Douglas Hyde Legends of Saints and Sinners[104]
The Clearing From Guilt 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[105]
Clever Hans 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Clever Little Tailor 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales 850
Clever Maria Portuguese
The Cleverness of Mortals 1900 Irish William Henry Frost Fairies and Folk of Ireland[106]
Clouds and Sunlight 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[107]
Clough-Na-Cuddy 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[108]
The Cluricaun 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[109]
The Cluricaun's Tale 1989 Irish Michael Scott Irish Folk and Fairy Tales Omnibus[110]
The Coming of Finn 1909 Irish Standish O'Grady & Alfred Perceval Graves The Irish Fairy Book[111]
The Coming of Lugh 1910 Irish Ella Young Celtic Wonder-Tales[112]
The Coming of St Patrick 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[113]
Conal and Donal and Taig 1900 Irish Seumas MacManus Donegal Fairy Stories[114]
Conall Cra Bhuidhe Scottish John Francis Campbell Popular Tales of the West Highlands
Conary Mor 1910 Irish Ella Young Celtic Wonder-Tales[115]
Connla of the Golden Hair and the Fairy Maiden 1879 Irish Patrick Weston Joyce Old Celtic Romances[116]
The Confessions of Tom Bourke 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[117]
Cormac and Mary 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[118]
The Cormorant and the Bat 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[119]
Corney's Fiddle 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[120]
The Corpse Candle 1828 Welsh Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[121]
The Corpse Watchers 1866 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[122]
Corvetto 1634 Italian Giambattista Basile Pentamerone 531
Costanza / Costanzo Italian Giovanni Francesco Straparola The Facetious Nights of Straparola
The Cottager and his Cat Icelandic Islandische Märchen
The Cotter's Son and the Half Slim Champion 1894 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Hero-Tales of Ireland[123]
The Countess Kathleen O'Shea 1888 Irish Anonymous Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry[124]
The Court of Crinnawn 1890 Irish Douglas Hyde Beside the Fire: A Collection of Irish Gaelic Folk Stories[125]
The Cow of Plenty 1910 Irish Ella Young Celtic Wonder-Tales[126]
The Craig-Y-Don Blacksmith 1894 Welsh Peter Henry Emerson Welsh Fairy Tales and Other Stories[127]
Creatures of the Were: The Hare 1989 Irish Michael Scott Irish Folk and Fairy Tales Omnibus[128]
Creatures of the Were: The Wolves 1989 Irish Michael Scott Irish Folk and Fairy Tales Omnibus[129]
The Crock Found in the Rath 1866 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[130]
The Crookened Back 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[131]
The Crows 1894 Welsh Peter Henry Emerson Welsh Fairy Tales and Other Stories[132]
The Crystal Ball 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales 197
Cuchulain of Muirthemne 1909 Irish Lady Isabella Augusta Gregory & Alfred Perceval Graves The Irish Fairy Book[133]
Cuculin 1890 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Myths and Folk-Lore of Ireland[134]
Cud, Cad, Micad, Three sons of the King Urhu 1894 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Hero-Tales of Ireland[135]
The Cunning Shoemaker Italian Laura Gonzenbach Sicilianische Märchen
Cupid and Psyche 2nd century Latin Lucius Apuleius The Golden Ass
The Curse of Kishogue 1834 Irish Samuel Lover Legends and Stories of Ireland[136]
The Dawn 1989 Irish Michael Scott Irish Folk and Fairy Tales Omnibus[137]
Cwn Annwn (The Dogs of Hell) 1828 Welsh Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[138]
Dan Doolin's Ghost 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[139]
The Dancing Water, the Singing Apple, and the Speaking Bird 1885 Italian Thomas Frederick Crane Italian Popular Tales 707
Daniel Crowley and the Ghosts 1895 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Tales of the Fairies and of the Ghost World[140]
Daniel O'Rourke 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[141]
Daniel the Outlaw 1889 Irish Anonymous [C.J.T.] Folk-Lore and Legends: Ireland[142]
Dapplegrim 1845 Norwegian Peter Chr. Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe Norske Folkeeventyr
Darby Doyle and the Voyage to Quebec 1837 Irish Philip Dixon Hardy Legends, Tales, and Stories of Ireland[143]
Darby the Red Cat 1889 Irish Anonymous [C.J.T.] Folk-Lore and Legends: Ireland[144]
The Dark Horseman 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[145]
The Daughter of Buk Ettemsuch Northern African Hans von Stumme Märchen und Gedichte aus der Stadt Tripolis
The Daughter Of King Under-Waves 1890 Scottish John Francis Campbell Popular Tales of the West Highlands
The Daughter of the Skies Scottish John Francis Campbell Popular Tales of the West Highlands 435A
The Dead Mother 1895 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Tales of the Fairies and of the Ghost World[146]
The Dead Soldier 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[147]
The Death of Abu Nowas and of his Wife Arabic Tunische Märchen
The Death Coach 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[148]
The Death of Bearachan 1915 Irish Douglas Hyde Legends of Saints and Sinners[149]
The Death of Diarmuid O'Dubhine 1904 Irish Anna MacManus (Ethna Carbery) In The Celtic Past[150]
The Death of Koschei the Deathless 1862 Russian Alexander Afanasyev Narodnye russkie skazki
The Defeat of the Widows 1888 Irish David Russell McAnally Irish Wonders[151]
The Demon Cat 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[152]
Der Mond German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Devil's Mill 1831 Irish Samuel Lover Legends and Stories of Ireland[153]
The Devil With the Three Golden Hairs 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales 461
Dhon Cholecha Nepalese
The Devoted Friend 1888 Irish Oscar Wilde The Happy Prince and Other Tales
Diamonds and Toads 1695 French Charles Perrault Mother Goose Tales 480
Diarmid Bawn the Piper 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[154]
Diamond Cut Diamond 1907 Indian
Dick Whittington 1890 English Joseph Jacobs English Fairy Tales
The Dirty Shepherdess French Paul Sébillot
The Diving Cap 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[155]
Doctor Cure-all 1870 Irish Patrick Kennedy The Fireside Stories of Ireland[156]
Doctor Know-all 1842 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales 1641
Doll i' the Grass 1845 Norwegian Peter Chr. Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe Norske Folkeeventyr 402
The Dolphin 1698 French Madame d'Aulnoy Les Contes des Fees
Donal That Was Rich and Jack That Was Poor 1900 Irish Seumas MacManus Donegal Fairy Stories[157]
A Donegal Fairy 1888 Irish Letitia McClintock Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry[158]
The Doom 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[159]
Don Giovanni de la Fortuna[160] Italian Laura Gonzenbach Sicilianische Märchen 361
Don Joseph Pear 1885 Italian Thomas Frederick Crane Italian Popular Tales 545B
Donald And His Neighbours Irish Anonymous The Royal Hibernian Tales[161] n/a
The Donkey 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales 430
Donkey Cabbages 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
Donkeyskin 1697 French Charles Perrault Mother Goose Tales 510B
The Dove 1634 Italian Giambattista Basile Pentamerone
Drakestail 1888 French Charles Marelle Affenschwanz et Cetera
The Dragon and his Grandmother 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales 812
The Dragon and the Prince 1890 Serbian A. H. Wratislaw Sixty Folk-Tales from Exclusively Slavonic Sources
The Dragon of the North 1866 Estonian Friedrich Kreutzwald Eestirahwa Ennemuistesed jutud
The Dreamers 1837 Irish Philip Dixon Hardy Legends, Tales, and Stories of Ireland[162]
Dreaming Tim Jarvis 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[163]
The Duration of Life 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales 173
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Dyeermud Ulta and the King in South Erin 1894 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Hero-Tales of Ireland[164]
The Earth-Shapers 1910 Irish Ella Young Celtic Wonder-Tales[165]
East of the Sun and West of the Moon 1845 Norwegian Peter Chr. Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe Norske Folkeeventyr 425A
Eglė the Queen of Serpents 1837 Lithuanian M. Jasewicz
The Eggshell Dinner 1828 Welsh Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[166]
Ellen Duncan 1837 Irish Philip Dixon Hardy Legends, Tales, and Stories of Ireland[167]
Ellen's Luck 1894 Welsh Peter Henry Emerson Welsh Fairy Tales and Other Stories[168]
The Elf Maiden Sami J. C. Poestion Lapplandische Märche
The Elf Mound 1845 Danish Hans Christian Andersen
Elin Gow, the Swordsmith from Erin and the Cow Glas Gainach 1894 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Hero-Tales of Ireland[169]
The Elves and the Shoemaker 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales 503
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The Emigrants 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[170]
The Emperor's New Clothes 1837 Danish Hans Christian Andersen Fairy Tales Told for Children. First Collection.
The Enchanted Canary French Charles Deulin
The Enchanted Cave 1906 Irish Edmund Leamy Irish Fairy Tales[171]
The Enchanted Cave of Cess Corran 1920 Irish James Stephens Irish Fairy Tales[172]
The Enchanted Island 1888 Irish David Russell McAnally Irish Wonders[173]
The Enchanted Isle 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[174]
The Enchanted Lake 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[175]
The Enchanted Maiden Portuguese Consiglieri Pedroso Portuguese Folk-Tales
The Enchanted Pig Romanian Rumanische Märchen 425A
The Enchanted Snake 1634 Italian Giambattista Basile Pentamerone 425A
The Enchanted Watch French Paul Sébillot
An Essay on Fools - Jimmy the Fool 1831 Irish Samuel Lover Legends and Stories of Ireland[176]
The Enchantment of Garrett the Earl / Gearhoidh Iarla 1866 / 1891 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[177]
The Envious Neighbour Japanese Japanische Märchen
The Eric-Fine of Lugh 1910 Irish Ella Young Celtic Wonder-Tales[178]
Esben and the Witch Danish 327B
Ethna The Bride 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[179]
Eva's Luck 1894 Jersey/Welsh Peter Henry Emerson Welsh Fairy Tales and Other Stories[180]
The Evil Eye 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[181]
Evil Spells 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[182]
A Fable 1894 Welsh Peter Henry Emerson Welsh Fairy Tales and Other Stories[183]
The Faery Host 1989 Irish Michael Scott Irish Folk and Fairy Tales Omnibus[184]
Fair Brow 1885 Italian Thomas Frederick Crane Italian Popular Tales
Fair, Brown and Trembling . 1890 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Myths and Folk-Lore of Ireland[185] 510A
The Fair Fiorita 1885 Italian Thomas Frederick Crane Italian Popular Tales
Fairer-than-a-Fairy French Charlotte-Rose de Caumont La Force
The Fairies and the Butler 1889 Irish Anonymous [C.J.T.] Folk-Lore and Legends: Ireland[186]
The Fairies' as Fallen Angels 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[187]
The Fairies' Dancing-Place 1892 Irish William Carleton Irish Fairy Tales[188]
Fairies or no Fairies 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[189]
The Fairies of Caragonan 1894 Welsh Peter Henry Emerson Welsh Fairy Tales and Other Stories[190]
The Fairies of Rahonain and Elizabeth Shea 1895 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Tales of the Fairies and of the Ghost World[191]
The Fairies' Revenge 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[192]
The Fairy Boy 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[193]
The Fairy Changeling 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[194]
The Fairy Child (of Grange) 1866 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[195]
The Fairy Child (of Innis-Sark) 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[196]
The Fairy Child of Close-Ny-Lheiy 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[197]
Fairy Cows 1895 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Tales of the Fairies and of the Ghost World[198]
The Fairy Cure 1866 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[199]
The Fairy Dance 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[200]
The Fairy Doctor 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[201]
A Fairy Enchantment 1892 Irish William Butler Yeats Irish Fairy Tales[202]
A Fairy Faction Fight /Faction Fight Among the Fairies 1866 / 1891 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[203]
The Fairy Finder 1834 Irish Samuel Lover Legends and Stories of Ireland[204]
Fairy Gifts French Comte de Caylus
The Fairy Goose 1927 Irish Liam O'Flaherty The Fairy Goose and Two Other Stories[205]
The Fairy Greyhound 1892 Irish William Butler Yeats Irish Fairy Tales[206]
Fairy Help - The Phouka 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[207]
Fairy Justice 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[208]
The Fairy Midwife 1989 Irish Michael Scott Irish Folk and Fairy Tales Omnibus[209]
The Fairies Mint 1894 Welsh Peter Henry Emerson Welsh Fairy Tales and Other Stories[210]
Fairy Money 1828 Welsh Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[211]
Fairy Music 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[212]
The Fairy Nurse 1866 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[213]
Fairy Ointment 1890 English Joseph Jacobs English Fairy Tales 476
The Fairy of the Dell 1894 Welsh Peter Henry Emerson Welsh Fairy Tales and Other Stories[214]
The Fairy Palace of the Quicken Trees 1879 Irish Patrick Weston Joyce Old Celtic Romances[215]
The Fairy's Purse 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[216]
The Fairy Race 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[217]
The Fairy Tree of Dooros 1906 Irish Edmund Leamy Irish Fairy Tales[218]
Fairy Wiles 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[219]
The Fairy's Quern 1889 Irish Anonymous [C.J.T.] Folk-Lore and Legends: Ireland[220]
The False Bride 1870 Irish Patrick Kennedy The Fireside Stories of Ireland[221]
The False Prince and the True Portuguese 510A
Famine 1989 Irish Michael Scott Irish Folk and Fairy Tales Omnibus[222]
Fann Mac Cuil and the Scotch Giant 1866 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[223]
Far Darrig in Donegal 1888 Irish Letitia McClintock Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry[224]
The Farmer And His Servant Irish Anonymous The Royal Hibernian Tales[225] n/a
The Farmer of Tralee and the Fairy Cows 1895 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Tales of the Fairies and of the Ghost World[226]
The Farmer Punished 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[227]
Farmer Weathersky 1845 Norwegian Peter Chr. Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe Norske Folkeeventyr 325
The Farmer's Son and the Bishop 1915 Irish Douglas Hyde Legends of Saints and Sinners[228]
The Farmer's Wife 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[229]
Făt-Frumos with the Golden Hair Romanian Petre Ispirescu Legende sau basmele românilor
The Fate of the Children of Lir: The Four White Swans 1879 Irish Patrick Weston Joyce Old Celtic Romances[230]
The Fate of the Children of Tureen: The Quest for the Eric-Fine 1879 Irish Patrick Weston Joyce Old Celtic Romances[231]
The Fate of Frank M'Kenna 1845 Irish William Carleton Tales and Sketches[232]
The Fate of the Sons of Usnach: Deirdre of the Sorrows 1954 Irish Eileen O'Faolain Irish Sagas and Folk Tales[233]
Father Frost 1862 Russian Alexander Afanasyev Narodnye russkie skazki 480
Father Roquelaure 1956 French Paul Delarue The Borzoi Book of French Folk-Tales 516
Father Roach 1831 Irish Samuel Lover Legends and Stories of Ireland[234]
The Feather of Finist the Falcon 1862 Russian Alexander Afanasyev Narodnye russkie skazki 432
The Fellow in the Goat-skin 1870 Irish Patrick Kennedy The Fireside Stories of Ireland[235]
The Fenian Knights 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[236]
The Fenian Scare 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[237]
Ferdinand the Faithful and Ferdinand the Unfaithful 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales 531
Fergus O'Mara and the Air-Demons 1892 Irish Patrick Weston Joyce Irish Fairy Tales[238]
Festivities at the House of Conan 1909 Irish Nicholas O'Kearney & Alfred Perceval Graves The Irish Fairy Book[239]
The Field of Boliauns 1825 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[240]
Fin MacCool and the Daughter of the king of the White Nation 1894 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Hero-Tales of Ireland[241]
Fin MacCool, Faolan, and the Mountain of Happiness 1894 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Hero-Tales of Ireland[242]
Fin MacCool, Ceadach Og, and the Fish-Hag 1894 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Hero-Tales of Ireland[243]
Fin MacCool, the Hard Gilla and the High King 1894 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Hero-Tales of Ireland[244]
Fin MacCool, the Three Giants, and the Small Men 1894 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Hero-Tales of Ireland[245]
Fin MacCumhail and the Fenians of Erin in the Castle of Fear Dubh 1890 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Myths and Folk-Lore of Ireland[246]
Fin MacCumhail and the Knight of the Full Axe 1890 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Myths and Folk-Lore of Ireland[247]
Fin MacCumhail, the Seven Brothers, and the King of France 1890 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Myths and Folk-Lore of Ireland[248]
Fin MacCumhail and the Son of the King of Alba 1890 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Myths and Folk-Lore of Ireland[249]
Finn Mac Cool, the Giants, and the Small Men 1954 Irish Eileen O'Faolain Irish Sagas and Folk Tales[250]
Finette Cendron 1698 French Madame d'Aulnoy Les Contes des Fees 510A
Fionn and the Red Man 1989 Irish Michael Scott Irish Folk and Fairy Tales Omnibus[251]
Fior Usga 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[252]
The Fir-Tree 1845 Danish Hans Christian Andersen
Fire on the Mountain 1989 Irish Michael Scott Irish Folk and Fairy Tales Omnibus[253]
The Firebird and Princess Vasilisa 1862 Russian Alexander Afanasyev Narodnye russkie skazki 531
The Fish and the Ring 1890 English Joseph Jacobs English Fairy Tales
The Fisherman and His Wife 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales 555
The Fisherman and the Jinni before 850 Persian/Arabic One Thousand and One Nights
The Fisherman of Shetland 1894 Shetland/Scottish Peter Henry Emerson Welsh Fairy Tales and Other Stories[254]
The Fisherman and His Soul 1891 Irish Oscar Wilde A House of Pomegranates
The Fisherman's Son and the Gruagach of Tricks 1890 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Myths and Folk-Lore of Ireland[255]
Fitcher's Bird 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales 555
The Flea 1634 Italian Giambattista Basile Pentamerone
The Fisher-Girl and the Crab 1944 Indian Verrier Elwin Folk-Tales of Mahakoshal
Fitzgerald and Daniel O'Donoghue 1895 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Tales of the Fairies and of the Ghost World[256]
Five Peas from a Pod[257] 1850 Danish Hans Christian Andersen
Flory Cantillon's Funeral 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[258]
The Flower Queen's Daughter Bukowinaer Heinrich von Wlislocki Märchen Und Sagen Der Bukowinaer Und Siebenbûrger Armenier
The Flying Trunk 1838 Danish Hans Christian Andersen
The Fool of the World and the Flying Ship Russian Arthur Ransome Old Peter's Russian Tales
The Forest Bride Finnish
Fool Tom and His Brother Jack Irish Anonymous The Royal Hibernian Tales[259] n/a
The Fortunate Punishment 1698 French Henriette-Julie de Murat
Fortune and the Wood-Cutter 1889 Arabic Traditions Populaires de l'Asie Mineure
Fortunée 1698 French Madame d'Aulnoy Les Contes des Fees
Foundling-Bird 1823 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales 313A
The Fountain of Youth 1898 Japanese Lafcadio Hearn Japanese Fairy Tales
The Four-Leafed Shamrock (of Dingle) 1895 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Tales of the Fairies and of the Ghost World[260]
The Four-Leafed Shamrock (of Killarney) 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[261]
The Four Skillful Brothers 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales 653
The Fox Sister Korean
Frank Martin and the Fairies 1845 Irish William Carleton Tales and Sketches[262]
Frau Trude 1842 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales 334
Friar Brian 1915 Irish Douglas Hyde Legends of Saints and Sinners[263]
The Friars of Urlaur 1915 Irish Douglas Hyde Legends of Saints and Sinners[264]
The Frog and the Lion Fairy 1698 French Madame d'Aulnoy Contes Nouveaux ou Les Fees à la Mode
The Frog Prince 1842 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales 440
The Frog Princess Russian Alexander Afanasyev Narodnye russkie skazki 402
Fuin Mac Cumhal and the Salmon of Knowledge 1889 Irish Anonymous [C.J.T.] Folk-Lore and Legends: Ireland[265]
The Fynoderee 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[266]
The Fynoderee of Gordon 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[267]
The Gambler of the Branch 1915 Irish Douglas Hyde Legends of Saints and Sinners[268]
Geirlug The King's Daughter Icelandic Neuislandische Volksmärchen
Georgic and Merlin 1956 French Paul Delarue The Borzoi Book of French Folk-Tales
Gertrude's Bird 1845 Norwegian Peter Chr. Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe Norske Folkeeventyr
The Ghost and His Wives 1898 Irish William Larminie West Irish Folk-Tales and Romances[269]
The Ghosts and the Game of Football 1866 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[270]
The Ghost of Sneem 1895 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Tales of the Fairies and of the Ghost World[271]
The Giant and His Royal Servants 1870 Irish Patrick Kennedy The Fireside Stories of Ireland[272]
The Giant and the Birds 1918 Irish Padraic Colum The Boy Who Knew How to Speak to Birds[273]
The Giant of The Band Beggar's Hall 1899 Irish Seumas MacManus In the Chimney Corners[274]
The Giant Walker 1909 Irish Samuel Ferguson & Alfred Perceval Graves The Irish Fairy Book[275]
The Giant Who Had No Heart in His Body 1845 Norwegian Peter Chr. Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe Norske Folkeeventyr
The Giants and the Herd-boy Bukowinaer Heinrich von Wlislocki Märchen Und Sagen Der Bukowinaer Und Siebenbûrger Armenier
The Giant's Stairs 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[276]
The Giantess's Apron-Full 1894 Welsh Peter Henry Emerson Welsh Fairy Tales and Other Stories[277]
The Gifts of the Magician Finnish Finnische Märchen
Gilla of the Enchantments 1898 Irish William Larminie West Irish Folk-Tales and Romances[278]
Gilla Na Grakin and Fin MacCumhail 1890 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Myths and Folk-Lore of Ireland[279]
The Gilla Na Gruaga Donna 1870 Irish Patrick Kennedy The Fireside Stories of Ireland[280]
The Gilla Rua 1870 Irish Patrick Kennedy The Fireside Stories of Ireland[281]
The Gingerbread Man 1890 English Joseph Jacobs English Fairy Tales
The Girl and the Dead Man 1890 Scottish John Francis Campbell Popular Tales of the West Highlands
The Girl and the Robber 1895 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Tales of the Fairies and of the Ghost World[282]
The Girl Who Sat by the Ashes 1919 Irish Padraic Colum The Girl Who Sat by the Ashes[283]
The Girl Without Hands 1842 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Glass Coffin 1842 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Glass Mountain Polish Hermann Kletke
The Gloss Gavlen 1898 Irish William Larminie West Irish Folk-Tales and Romances[284]
The Gnome 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
Go I Know Not Whither and Fetch I Know Not What 1862 Russian Alexander Afanasyev Narodnye russkie skazki
The Goat Girl Greek Anna Angelopoulou
The Goat's Ears of the Emperor Trojan South Slavic
The Goat-faced Girl 1634 Italian Giambattista Basile Pentamerone
The Goban Saor 1866 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[285]
The Goblin and the Grocer 1853 Danish Hans Christian Andersen
God Gives a Hundred for One Mexican Americo Paredes Folktales of Mexico
God Spare You Your Health 1915 Irish Douglas Hyde Legends of Saints and Sinners[286]
Godfather Death German Brothers Grimm
The Going of Conn Amongst the Goats 1896 Irish Douglas Hyde Five Irish Stories[287]
The Gold-Children 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Gold-bearded Man Hungarian Ungarische Märchen
The Gold Seeker 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[288]
The Gold-spinners 1866 Estonian Friedrich Kreutzwald Eestirahwa Ennemuistesed jutud
Gold-Tree and Silver-Tree 1892 Scottish Joseph Jacobs Celtic Fairy Tales
The Golden Ball 1894 English Joseph Jacobs More English Fairy Tales
The Golden Bird 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Golden Blackbird French Paul Sébillot
The Golden Bracelet 1958 Kentucky Marie Campbell Tales from the Cloud Walking Country
The Golden Branch 1698 French Madame d'Aulnoy Contes Nouveaux ou Les Fees à la Mode
The Golden Crab 1877 Greek Bernhard Schmidt Griechische Märchen, Sagen and Volkslieder
The Golden Bull French Emmanuel Cosquin
The Golden Fly 1910 Irish Ella Young Celtic Wonder-Tales[289]
Golden Goose 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Golden-Headed Fish Armenian
The Golden Key German Brothers Grimm
The Golden Key 1867 Scottish George MacDonald
The Golden Lion Italian Laura Gonzenbach Sicilianische Märchen
The Golden Stag Romanian
The Golden Slipper Russian Alexander Afanasyev Narodnye russkie skazki
The Golden Spears 1906 Irish Edmund Leamy Irish Fairy Tales[290]
The Golden Turf 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[291]
Goldilocks and the Three Bears 1837 English Robert Southey
A Good Action 1910 Irish Ella Young Celtic Wonder-Tales[292]
The Good Boy and the Boy that Envied Him 1870 Irish Patrick Kennedy The Fireside Stories of Ireland[293]
The Good Woman 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[294]
The Good Woman 1698 French Charlotte-Rose de Caumont La Force
The Goose Girl 1823 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Goose-Girl at the Well German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Goose That Laid the Golden Eggs 6th century BC Greek Aesop Aesop's Fables
Gra-Gal-Machree 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[295]
Grace Connor 1888 Irish Letitia McClintock Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry[296]
Graciosa and Percinet 1698 French Madame d'Aulnoy Les Contes des Fees
Grassy Hollow 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[297]
The Grateful Beasts (Irish Tale) 1870 Irish Patrick Kennedy The Fireside Stories of Ireland[298]
The Grateful Beasts Hungarian Hermann Kletke
The Grateful Prince 1866 Estonian Friedrich Kreutzwald Eestirahwa Ennemuistesed jutud
The Grave Mound German Brothers Grimm
The Great Battle 1910 Irish Ella Young Celtic Wonder-Tales[299]
The Great Worm of the Shannon 1915 Irish Douglas Hyde Legends of Saints and Sinners[300]
The Greedy Shepherd 1904 Irish Frances Browne Granny's Wonderful Chair[301]
The Greek Princess and the Young Gardener . 1870 Irish Patrick Kennedy The Fireside Stories of Ireland[302]
The Green Knight Danish Evald Tang Kristensen Eventyr fra Jylland
The Green Serpent 1698 French Madame d'Aulnoy Contes Nouveaux ou Les Fees à la Mode
The Greenish Bird Mexican Americo Paredes Folktales of Mexico
The Gridiron 1831 Irish Samuel Lover Legends and Stories of Ireland[303]
The Griffin 1815 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
Grig 1898 Irish William Larminie West Irish Folk-Tales and Romances[304]
The Groac'h of the Isle of Lok Breton Émile Souvestre Le Foyer breton
Guerrino and the Savage Man Italian Giovanni Francesco Straparola The Facetious Nights of Straparola
Guleesh Na Guss Dhu 1890 Irish Douglas Hyde Beside the Fire: A Collection of Irish Gaelic Folk Stories[305]
Gurumapa Nepalese
The Hag's Bed 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[306]
The Hags of the Long Teeth 1890 Irish Douglas Hyde Beside the Fire: A Collection of Irish Gaelic Folk Stories[307]
Habogi Icelandic Neuislandische Volksmärchen
The Hairy Man Russian
Hairy Rouchy 1870 Irish Patrick Kennedy The Fireside Stories of Ireland[308]
Half-Man 1956 French Paul Delarue The Borzoi Book of French Folk-Tales
The Harper 1989 Irish Michael Scott Irish Folk and Fairy Tales Omnibus[309]
The Haughty Princess 1870 Irish Patrick Kennedy The Fireside Stories of Ireland[310]
The Headless Horseman 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[311]
The Headless Horseman of Shanacloch 1889 Irish Anonymous [C.J.T.] Folk-Lore and Legends: Ireland[312]
The Headless Lady 1828 Welsh Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[313]
The Hammer Man 1989 Irish Michael Scott Irish Folk and Fairy Tales Omnibus[314]
Hans My Hedgehog 1815 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Hand 1989 Irish Michael Scott Irish Folk and Fairy Tales Omnibus[315]
Hanlon's Mill 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[316]
Hansel and Gretel 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Hare and the Hedgehog German Brothers Grimm
The Happy Prince 1888 Irish Oscar Wilde The Happy Prince and Other Tales
Hard-Gum, Strong-Ham, Swift-Foot, and the Eyeless Lad 1896 Irish Douglas Hyde Five Irish Stories[317]
The Harvest Dinner 1828 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[318]
The Haunted Castle 1825 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[319]
The Haunted Cellar 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[320]
The Haunted Cliff 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[321]
The Hazel-nut Child Bukowinaer Heinrich von Wlislocki Märchen Und Sagen Der Bukowinaer Und Siebenbûrger Armenier
The Help of God in the Road 1915 Irish Douglas Hyde Legends of Saints and Sinners[322]
The Heart of a Monkey Swahili Edward Steere Swahili Tales
The Hedley Kow 1894 English Joseph Jacobs More English Fairy Tales
The Henpecked Giant 1888 Irish David Russell McAnally Irish Wonders[323]
The Hen-Wife's Son and the Princess Bright-Brow 1918 Irish Padraic Colum The Boy Who Knew How to Speak to Birds[324]
Her Gra Bawn 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[325]
Hermod and Hadvor Icelandic
The Hermit Turned Pilgrim Irish Anonymous The Royal Hibernian Tales[326] n/a
The Hidden Treasure 1882 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[327]
Hie Over to England: Shaun Long and the Fairies 1837 Irish Philip Dixon Hardy Legends, Tales, and Stories of Ireland[328]
The Highest Penny 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[329]
The Hill-Man and the House-Wife 1909 Irish Juliana Horatia Ewing & Alfred Perceval Graves The Irish Fairy Book[330]
His Lordship's Coat 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[331]
The Hobyahs Australian Joseph Jacobs More English Fairy Tales
The Holy Well and The Murderer 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[332]
Hookedy-Crookedy 1900 Irish Seumas MacManus Donegal Fairy Stories[333]
The Tale of the Hoodie 1890 Scottish John Francis Campbell Popular Tales of the West Highlands
Hop o' My Thumb 1697 French Charles Perrault Mother Goose Tales
The Horned Women 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[334]
The Horse Gullfaxi and the Sword Gunnfoder Icelandic Islandische Märchen
The Horse Tamer 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[335]
The House in the Lake 1906 Irish Edmund Leamy Irish Fairy Tales[336]
How Geirald the Coward was Punished Icelandic Neuislandische Volksmärchen
How I got My Passage Money 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[337]
How Ian Direach got the Blue Falcon 1890 Scottish John Francis Campbell Popular Tales of the West Highlands
How Oisin Convinced Patrick the Cleric 1904 Irish Anna MacManus (Ethna Carbery) In The Celtic Past[338]
How Six Men Got On in the World German Brothers Grimm
How the Beggar Boy turned into Count Piro Italian Laura Gonzenbach Sicilianische Märchen
How the Daughter-in-Law Got the Coins Sri Lankan
How the Devil Married Three Sisters 1885 Italian Thomas Frederick Crane Italian Popular Tales
How the Dragon was Tricked 1864 Greek JG von Hahn Griechtsche und Albanesische Marche
How the Hermit helped to win the King's Daughter Italian Laura Gonzenbach Sicilianische Märchen
How the Herring became King of the Sea 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[339]
How the Killing of the Old Men Was Stopped Serbian
How the Manx Cat Lost Her Tale 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[340]
How the Lakes were Made 1888 Irish David Russell McAnally Irish Wonders[341]
How the Son of Gobhaun Saor Shortened the Road 1910 Irish Ella Young Celtic Wonder-Tales[342]
How the Son of Gobhaun Saor Sold the Sheepskin 1910 Irish Ella Young Celtic Wonder Tales[343]
How the Stalos were Tricked Sami J. C. Poestion Lapplandische Märchen
How to find out a True Friend Italian Laura Gonzenbach Sicilianische Märchen
How Thomas Connolly Met the Banshee 1888 Irish John Todhunter Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry[344]
The Hunchback of Notre Dame 1831 French Victor Hugo
The Hunchbacks 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[345]
The Huntsman's Son 1906 Irish Edmund Leamy Irish Fairy Tales[346]
The Hurds 1823 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Husband of the Rat's Daughter Japanese
The Husband Who Was to Mind the House 1845 Norwegian Peter Chr. Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe Norske Folkeeventyr
The Hut in the Forest 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Ill-Fated Princess Greek Georgias A. Megas Folktales of Greece
I know what I have learned Danish
I'll be Wiser the Next Time 1866 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[347]
The Imp Prince 1698 French Madame d'Aulnoy Les Contes des Fees
In Love with a Statue 1885 Italian Thomas Frederick Crane Italian Popular Tales
Inisfail 1910 Irish Ella Young Celtic Wonder-Tales[348]
Innisfallen 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[349]
Into Eternity 1989 Irish Michael Scott Irish Folk and Fairy Tales Omnibus[350]
Into the Shadowland 1989 Irish Michael Scott Irish Folk and Fairy Tales Omnibus[351]
The Irish Carman 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[352]
An Irish Chameleon 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[353]
The Irish Whistle 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[354]
The Iron Crucifix 1900 Irish William Henry Frost Fairies and Folk of Ireland[355]
Iron John 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Iron Stove 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Island of the Fair Family 1828 Welsh Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[356]
Issun-bōshi Japanese
The Jackdaw Irish Anonymous The Royal Hibernian Tales[357] n/a
Jack 1898 Irish William Larminie West Irish Folk-Tales and Romances[358]
Jack and his Comrades . 1866 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[359]
Jack and His Golden Snuff-Box 1890 Rroma/English Joseph Jacobs English Fairy Tales
Jack and the Beanstalk 1890 English Joseph Jacobs English Fairy Tales
Jack and the King Who Was a Gentleman 1899 Irish Seumas MacManus In the Chimney Corners[360]
Jack the Cunning Thief 1870 Irish Patrick Kennedy The Fireside Stories of Ireland[361]
Jack the Giant Killer 1890 English Joseph Jacobs English Fairy Tales
Jack O' the Lantern 1889 Irish Anonymous [C.J.T.] Folk-Lore and Legends: Ireland[362]
Jack the Master and Jack the Servant 1866 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[363]
Jack Withers Irish Anonymous, The Royal Hibernian Tales[364] n/a
The Jackal and the Spring African
Jackal or Tiger? Indian
Jamie Freel and the Young Lady 1888 Irish Letitia McClintock Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry[365]
Jemmy Doyle in the Fairy Palace 1866 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[366]
Jesper Who Herded the Hares Scandinavian
Jean, the Soldier, and Eulalie, the Devil's Daughter 1956 French Paul Delarue The Borzoi Book of French Folk-Tales
The Jezinkas Bohemian A. H. Wratislaw Sixty Folk-Tales from Exclusively Slavonic Sources
Joe Moore's Story of Finn MacCooilley and the Buggane 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[367]
The Jogi's Punishment Indian
John Cokeley and the Fairy 1895 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Tales of the Fairies and of the Ghost World[368]
John Connors and the Fairies 1895 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Tales of the Fairies and of the Ghost World[369]
John Murray and St Martin 1895 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Tales of the Fairies and of the Ghost World[370]
John O'Groats 1894 Scottish Peter Henry Emerson Welsh Fairy Tales and Other Stories[371]
John Reardon and the Sister Ghosts 1895 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Tales of the Fairies and of the Ghost World[372]
John Shea and the Treasure 1895 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Tales of the Fairies and of the Ghost World[373]
Joliette 1757 French Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont
Jorinde and Joringel 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
John-Y-Chiarn's Journey 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[374]
Judy of Roundwood 1834 Irish Samuel Lover Legends and Stories of Ireland[375]
The Juniper Tree 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
Kachi-kachi Yama Japanese
Kaddy's Luck 1894 Welsh Peter Henry Emerson Welsh Fairy Tales and Other Stories[376]
Kallo and the Goblins Greek
Kate Crackernuts 1890 Scottish Joseph Jacobs English Fairy Tales
Katie Woodencloak 1845 Norwegian Peter Chr. Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe Norske Folkeeventyr
Kebeg 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[377]
Kil Arthur 1890 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Myths and Folk-Lore of Ireland[378]
The Kildare Lurikeen 1866 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[379]
The Kildare Pooka 1866 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[380]
King Arthur and the Cat 1888 Welsh Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[381]
The King and the Bishop - A Legend of Clonmacnoise 1831 Irish Samuel Lover Legends and Stories of Ireland[382]
King Fortunatus's Golden Wig 1870 French Colonel A. Troude and G. Milin Le Conteur Breton ou Contes Bretons
King Kojata Russian
King Magnus Barefoot 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[383]
King Mananaun 1898 Irish William Larminie West Irish Folk-Tales and Romances[384]
The King of the Birds 1918 Irish Padraic Colum The Boy Who Knew How to Speak to Birds[385]
The King of the Black Desert 1909 Irish Douglas Hyde & Alfred Perceval Graves The Irish Fairy Book[386]
The King of the Cats 1782 English Thomas Lyttelton, 2nd Baron Lyttelton Letters of the Late Lord Lyttleton 113A
The King of England and his Three Sons 1894 English/Rroma Joseph Jacobs More English Fairy Tales
The King of the Gold Mountain 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The King of the Golden River 1851 English John Ruskin The King of the Golden River or The Black Brothers: A Legend of Stiria
The King of Erin and the Queen of the Lonesome Island. 1890 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Myths and Folk-Lore of Ireland[387]
The King of Ireland's Death-Place 1904 Irish Anna MacManus (Ethna Carbery) In The Celtic Past[388]
The king of Ireland's Son 1890 Irish Douglas Hyde Beside the Fire: A Collection of Irish Gaelic Folk Stories[389]
The king of Ireland's Son 1916 Irish Padraic Colum The king of Ireland's Son[390]
The King Of Lochlin's Three Daughters 1890 Scottish John Francis Campbell Popular Tales of the West Highlands
The King of Love 1885 Italian Thomas Frederick Crane Italian Popular Tales
The King with the Horse's Ears 1866 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[391]
The King Who Had Twelve Sons 1898 Irish William Larminie West Irish Folk-Tales and Romances[392]
The King's Son From Erin, the Sprisawn, and the Dark King 1894 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Hero-Tales of Ireland[393]
The King's Son and the White Bearded Scolog 1894 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Hero-Tales of Ireland[394]
The Knights of Kerry - Rahonain Castle 1895 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Tales of the Fairies and of the Ghost World[395]
Kitterland 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[396]
Knock Fierna 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[397]
The Knockers 1828 Welsh Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[398]
Lawn Dyarrig, Son of the King of Erin and the Knight of Terrible Valley 1894 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Hero-Tales of Ireland[399]
King Fergus Mac Leide and the Wee Folk 1954 Irish Eileen O'Faolain Irish Sagas and Folk Tales[400]
King O'Toole and His Goose 1888 Irish Samuel Lover Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry[401]
King O'Toole and Saint Kevin - A Legend of Glendalough 1831 Irish Samuel Lover Legends and Stories of Ireland[402]
King Thrushbeard 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The King who Wished to Marry His Daughter Scottish John Francis Campbell Popular Tales of the West Highlands
The King Who Would Be Stronger Than Fate Indian
The King who would have a Beautiful Wife Italian Laura Gonzenbach Sicilianische Märchen
Kisa the Cat Icelandic Neuislandische Volksmärchen
The Knights of the Fish Spanish Fernan Caballero Cuentos. Oraciones y Adivinas
The Knight of the Tricks 1896 Irish Douglas Hyde Five Irish Stories[403]
The Knighting of Cuculain 1892 Irish Standish James O'Grady Irish Fairy Tales[404]
The Kyhirraeth 1828 Welsh Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[405]
La Ramée and the Phantom 1956 French Paul Delarue The Borzoi Book of French Folk-Tales
The Lady of the Alms 1915 Irish Douglas Hyde Legends of Saints and Sinners[406]
The Lady of Gollerus 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[407]
The Lady Witch 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[408]
The Lambkin and the Little Fish 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Land of Youth 1909 Irish Bryan O'Looney, John O'Daly, & Alfred Perceval Graves The Irish Fairy Book[409]
Larry Hayes and the Enchanted Man 1889 Irish Anonymous [C.J.T.] Folk-Lore and Legends: Ireland[410]
The Lassie and Her Godmother 1845 Norwegian Peter Chr. Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe Norske Folkeeventyr
The Last Battle of Iliach of the Clanna Rury 1904 Irish Anna MacManus (Ethna Carbery) In The Celtic Past[411]
The Last Outpost 1989 Irish Michael Scott Irish Folk and Fairy Tales Omnibus[412]
Laughing Eye and Weeping Eye 1890 Serbian A. H. Wratislaw Sixty Folk-Tales from Exclusively Slavonic Sources
The Lazy Beauty and Her Aunts 1870 Irish Patrick Kennedy The Fireside Stories of Ireland[413]
The Lazy Spinner 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Lazy Wife 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[414]
The Leaf Men and the Brave Good Bugs 1996 New Zealand William Joyce
Leeam O'Rooney's Burial 1890 Irish Douglas Hyde Beside the Fire: A Collection of Irish Gaelic Folk Stories[415]
The Legend of Ballytowtas Castle 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[416]
Legend of Bottle-hill 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[417]
The Legend of Cairn Thierna 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[418]
A Legend of Clever Women 1870 Irish Patrick Kennedy The Fireside Stories of Ireland[419]
The Legend of Garadh Duff 1889 Irish Anonymous [C.J.T.] Folk-Lore and Legends: Ireland[420]
Legends of Innis Sark - A Woman's Curse 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[421]
The Legend of Knockfierna 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[422]
The Legend of Knockgrafton 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[423]
The Legend of Knocksheogowna 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[424]
A Legend of Knockmany 1845 Irish William Carleton Tales and Sketches[425]
The Legend of Lough Gur 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[426]
A Legend of Lough Mask 1831 Irish Samuel Lover Legends and Stories of Ireland[427]
The Legend of O'Donoghue 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[428]
The Legend of Meddygon Myddvai 1828 Welsh Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[429]
The Legend Sgarrive-a-Kuilleen 1889 Irish Anonymous [C.J.T.] Folk-Lore and Legends: Ireland[430]
The Legends of the Western Islands 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[431]
Legends of the Dead in the Western Islands 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[432]
The Leprawhaun 1837 Irish Philip Dixon Hardy Legends, Tales, and Stories of Ireland[433]
The Leprechaun 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[434]
The Leprechaun (and the Vagabond Larry Dwyer) 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[435]
The Leprechaun and the Genius 1834 Irish Samuel Lover Legends and Stories of Ireland[436]
The Leprechaun's Tale 1989 Irish Michael Scott Irish Folk and Fairy Tales Omnibus[437]
The Leprechawn 1888 Irish David Russell McAnally Irish Wonders[438]
The Lhondoo and the Ushag-Reaisht 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[439]
The Lianhan Shee 1834 Irish William Carleton Traits and Stories of the Irish Peasantry[440]
The Light Princess 1864 Scottish George MacDonald
Linn-Na-Payshtha 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[441]
Little Annie the Goose-Girl 1845 Norwegian Peter Chr. Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe Norske Folkeeventyr
The Little Brawl at Allen 1920 Irish James Stephens Irish Fairy Tales[442]
The Little Bull-Calf 1894 English Joseph Jacobs More English Fairy Tales
Little Cat Skin 1958 Kentucky Marie Campbell Tales from the Cloud Walking Country
Little Daylight 1871 Scottish George MacDonald
Little Fairly 1834 Irish Samuel Lover Legends and Stories of Ireland[443]
The Little Footprints 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[444]
The Little Girl Sold with the Pears 1956 Italian Italo Calvino Italian Folktales
The little Girl Who Got the Better of the Gentleman 1898 Irish William Larminie West Irish Folk-Tales and Romances[445]
The Little Good Mouse 1698 French Madame d'Aulnoy Les Contes des Fees
The Little Good People 1900 Irish William Henry Frost Fairies and Folk of Ireland[446]
The Little Green Frog French Cabinet des Fées
Little Johnny Sheep-Dung 1956 French Paul Delarue The Borzoi Book of French Folk-Tales
Little Kathleen and Little Terence 1900 Irish William Henry Frost Fairies and Folk of Ireland[447]
The Little Match Girl 1846 Danish Hans Christian Andersen
The Little Mermaid 1836 Danish Hans Christian Andersen Fairy Tales Told for Children. First Collection.
The Little Peasant 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
Little red Bird 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[448]
The Little Red Hen 19th century/early 20th century English/Russian (disputed origins)
Little Red Riding Hood 1695 French Charles Perrault Mother Goose Tales 333
The Little Shoe 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[449]
The Little Weaver of Duleek Gate 1892 Irish Samuel Lover Irish Fairy Tales[450]
The Little White Cat 1906 Irish Edmund Leamy Irish Fairy Tales[451]
Little Wildrose Romanian
Llewellyn's Dance 1828 Welsh Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[452]
Long, Broad and Sharpsight Bohemian Louis Léger Contes Populaires Slaves
The Long-Lived Ancestors 1894 Welsh Peter Henry Emerson Welsh Fairy Tales and Other Stories[453]
The Long Spoon 1866 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[454]
Looking for a Bride 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Lord of Ballyteagh 1889 Irish Anonymous [C.J.T.] Folk-Lore and Legends: Ireland[455]
The Lord of Dunkerron 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[456]
Lord Peter 1845 Norwegian Peter Chr. Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe Norske Folkeeventyr
The Lords of the White and Grey Castles 1904 Irish Frances Browne Granny's Wonderful Chair[457]
The Lost Children 1956 French Paul Delarue The Borzoi Book of French Folk-Tales
The Lost Wife of Ballaleece 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[458]
Lough Corrib 1831 Irish Samuel Lover Legends and Stories of Ireland[459]
Loughleagh (Lake of Healing) 1888 Irish Anonymous Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry[460]
The Love for Three Oranges 1634 Italian Giambattista Basile Pentamerone
Lovely Ilonka Hungarian Ungarische Märchen
The Lovers' Reward 1989 Irish Michael Scott Irish Folk and Fairy Tales Omnibus[461]
The Luck-Child 1910 Irish Ella Young Celtic Wonder-Tales[462]
The Luckpenny 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[463]
The Lucky Guest 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[464]
The Lute Player Russian
The Mad Pudding 1909 Irish William Carleton & Alfred Perceval Graves The Irish Fairy Book[465]
Madschun Turkish
Maestro Lattantio and His Apprentice Dionigi Italian Giovanni Francesco Straparola The Facetious Nights of Straparola
Maggie Doyle and the Dead Man 1895 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Tales of the Fairies and of the Ghost World[466]
The Magic Book Danish Evald Tang Kristensen Eventyr fra Jylland
The Magic Clover 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[467]
The Magic Lingers On 1989 Irish Michael Scott Irish Folk and Fairy Tales Omnibus[468]
The Magic Swan Geese Russian Alexander Afanasyev Narodnye russkie skazki
The Magic Swan Hermann Kletke
The Magician's Horse Greek
The Magpie's Nest 1890 English Joseph Jacobs English Fairy Tales
The Maid in the Country Underground 1870 Irish Patrick Kennedy The Fireside Stories of Ireland[469]
Maid Maleen 1823 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
Maiden Bright-eye Danish
The Maiden with the Rose on her Forehead Portuguese Consiglieri Pedroso Portuguese Folk-Tales
The Making of Mann 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[470]
The Man of Stone Romanian Petre Ispirescu Legende sau basmele românilor
The Man Who Never Knew Fear 1892 Irish Douglas Hyde Irish Fairy Tales[471]
Manannan Mac-Y-Leirr 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[472]
Manis the Besom Man 1899 Irish Seumas MacManus In the Chimney Corners[473]
Manis the Miller 1900 Irish Seumas MacManus Donegal Fairy Stories[474]
Manus o´Mallaghan And The Fairies Irish Anonymous, The Royal Hibernian Tales[475] n/a
Maroula Greek Georgios A. Megas Folktales of Greece
Mary's Child 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
Mary's Well 1915 Irish Douglas Hyde Legends of Saints and Sinners[476]
Master and Man 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[477]
The Master and His Pupil 1890 English Joseph Jacobs English Fairy Tales
Master and Pupil Danish
The Master Thief 1845 Norwegian Peter Chr. Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe Norske Folkeeventyr
The Master Maid 1845 Norwegian Peter Chr. Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe Norske Folkeeventyr
Maurice Griffin and the Fairy Doctor 1895 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Tales of the Fairies and of the Ghost World[478]
The Mayo Captain and Feenish the Mare 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[479]
The M'Carthy Banshee 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[480]
Meelan, A Legend of the South 1837 Irish Philip Dixon Hardy Legends, Tales, and Stories of Ireland[481]
The Merchant 1634 Italian Giambattista Basile Pentamerone
The Mermaid 1989 Irish Michael Scott Irish Folk and Fairy Tales Omnibus[482]
The Mermaid and the Boy Sami J. C. Poestion Lapplandische Märchen
The Mermaid of Gob-Ny-Ooyl 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[483]
Midir and Etain 1954 Irish Eileen O'Faolain Irish Sagas and Folk Tales[484]
The Midnight Ride 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[485]
The Midwife of Listowel 1895 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Tales of the Fairies and of the Ghost World[486]
The Miller's Trap 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[487]
The Minister's Son 1915 Irish Douglas Hyde Legends of Saints and Sinners[488]
Misfortune 1956 Italian Italo Calvino Italian Folktales
The Moddey Doo or the Black Dog of Peel Castle 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[489]
Mogarzea and his Son Olumanische Märchen
Moll Roe's Marriage, or The Pudding Bewitched 1845 Irish William Carleton Tales and Sketches[490]
Molly Whuppie 1890 English Joseph Jacobs English Fairy Tales
Momotarō Japanese
Mongan's Frenzy 1920 Irish James Stephens Irish Fairy Tales[491]
The Months 1634 Italian Giambattista Basile Pentamerone
The Monkey's Paw 1902 English W.W. Jacobs The Lady of the Barge (1902)
Mor's Sons and the Herder from Under the Sea 1894 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Hero-Tales of Ireland[492]
Morraha 1898 Irish William Larminie West Irish Folk-Tales and Romances[493]
Mossycoat 1915 English/Rroma Katherine M. Briggs and Ruth I. Tongue Folktales of England
The Most Incredible Thing 1870 Danish Hans Christian Andersen
Mother Hulda 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Mother of Oisin 1954 Irish Eileen O'Faolain Irish Sagas and Folk Tales[494]
Mr Miacca 1890 English Joseph Jacobs English Fairy Tales
Mr Simigdáli 1942 Greek Irene Naumann-Mavrogordato Es war einmal: Neugriechische Volksmärchen
Munachar and Manachar 1888 Irish Douglas Hyde Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry[495]
Murder Will Out 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[496]
Murderous Ghosts 1895 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Tales of the Fairies and of the Ghost World[497]
Murroghoo-More and Murroghoo-Beg 1899 Irish Seumas MacManus In the Chimney Corners[498]
Murtough Oge, the Outlaw 1837 Irish Philip Dixon Hardy Legends, Tales, and Stories of Ireland[499]
Murtough and the Witch-Woman 1909 Irish Eleanor Hull & Alfred Perceval Graves The Irish Fairy Book[500]
My Lord Bag of Rice 1908 Japanese Yei Theodora Ozaki Japanese Fairy Tales
My Own Self 1894 English Joseph Jacobs More English Fairy Tales
Myles McGarry and Donal McGarry 1899 Irish Seumas MacManus In the Chimney Corners[501]
Myrsina Greek Georgios A Megas Folktales of Greece
The Myrtle 1634 Italian Giambattista Basile Pentamerone
Nanny and Conn 1899 Irish Seumas MacManus In the Chimney Corners[502]
Nature's Ways 1966 Armenian Susie Hoogasian-Villa 100 Armenian Tales
Ned Sheehy's Excuse 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[503]
Ned Quayle's Story of the Fairy Pig 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[504]
Neil O'Carree 1890 Irish Douglas Hyde Beside the Fire: A Collection of Irish Gaelic Folk Stories[505]
The Nettle Spinner French Charles Deulin
New Potatoes 1831 Irish Samuel Lover Legends and Stories of Ireland[506]
Niels and the Giants Danish
The Nightingale 1843 Danish Hans Christian Andersen New Fairy Tales (1844)
The Nightingale and the Rose 1888 Irish Oscar Wilde The Happy Prince and Other Tales
The Nine 1989 Irish Michael Scott Irish Folk and Fairy Tales Omnibus[507]
The Nine-Legged Steed 1898 Irish William Larminie West Irish Folk-Tales and Romances[508]
The Nine Peahens and the Golden Apples Bulgarian A. H. Wratislaw Sixty Folk-Tales from Exclusively Slavonic Sources
Nix Nought Nothing 1890 English Joseph Jacobs English Fairy Tales
The Nixie of the Mill-Pond 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Norka Scottish Andrew Lang Red Book of Fairy Tales
Nourie Hadig 1966 Armenian Susie Hoogasian-Villa 100 Armenian Tales
The Nunda, Eater of People Swahili Edward Steere Swahili Tales
The Nurse's Adventure 1889 Irish Anonymous [C.J.T.] Folk-Lore and Legends: Ireland[509]
The Nutcracker and the Mouse King Germany E. T. A. Hoffman
O'Carrol's Dream 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[510]
O'Donoghue 1900 Irish William Henry Frost Fairies and Folk of Ireland[511]
O'Donoghue in the Lake 1889 Irish Anonymous [C.J.T.] Folk-Lore and Legends: Ireland[512]
Oisin in Tirnanoge: The Last of the Feni 1879 Irish Patrick Weston Joyce Old Celtic Romances[513]
Oisin in Tir Na N-Og 1890 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Myths and Folk-Lore of Ireland[514]
Oison's Mother 1920 Irish James Stephens Irish Fairy Tales[515]
Ole Lukoje Danish Hans Christian Andersen
The Old Crow and the Young Crow 1890 Irish Douglas Hyde Beside the Fire: A Collection of Irish Gaelic Folk Stories[516]
The Old Christmas 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[517]
The Old Dame and Her Hen 1845 Norwegian Peter Chr. Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe Norske Folkeeventyr
Old Gwilym 1894 Welsh Peter Henry Emerson Welsh Fairy Tales and Other Stories[518]
The Old Hag of Dingle 1915 Irish Douglas Hyde Legends of Saints and Sinners[519]
The Old Hag of the Forest 1899 Irish Seumas MacManus In the Chimney Corners[520]
The Old Hag's Long Leather Bag 1900 Irish Seumas MacManus Donegal Fairy Stories[521]
Old Hildrebrand 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Old King Comes Back 1900 Irish William Henry Frost Fairies and Folk of Ireland[522]
The Old man and the Fairies 1894 Welsh Peter Henry Emerson Welsh Fairy Tales and Other Stories[523]
The Old Witch 1894 English Joseph Jacobs More English Fairy Tales
The Old Woman of Beare 1915 Irish Douglas Hyde Legends of Saints and Sinners[524]
The Old Woman in the Wood 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
Old Sultan 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
One-Eye, Two-Eyes, and Three-Eyes 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The One-Handed Girl Swahili Edward Steere Swahili Tales
Origin of the Welsh 1894 Welsh Peter Henry Emerson Welsh Fairy Tales and Other Stories[525]
The O'Sheas 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[526]
Outwitted 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[527]
The Overflowing of Lough Neagh and the Story of Liban the Mermaid 1879 Irish Patrick Weston Joyce Old Celtic Romances[528]
Owen Lawgoch's Castle 1828 Welsh Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[529]
Owney and Owney-Na-Peak 1892 Irish Gerald Griffin Irish Fairy Tales[530]
Owney's Kish 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[531]
Paddy Corcoran's Wife 1888 Irish William Carleton Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry[532]
Paddy Doyle's First Trip to Cork 1837 Irish Philip Dixon Hardy Legends, Tales, and Stories of Ireland[533]
Paddy the Piper 1831 Irish Samuel Lover Legends and Stories of Ireland[534]
Paddy the Sport 1831 Irish Samuel Lover Legends and Stories of Ireland[535]
The Palace in the Rath 1866 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[536]
Palace in the Rath (Breton Version) 1866 Breton Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[537]
The Palace of Revenge 1698 French Henriette-Julie de Murat
The Pastor's Nurse 1894 French Peter Henry Emerson Welsh Fairy Tales and Other Stories[538]
Pat Doyle and the Ghost 1895 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Tales of the Fairies and of the Ghost World[539]
The Pattern of the Lough 1837 Irish Philip Dixon Hardy Legends, Tales, and Stories of Ireland[540]
Paudyeen O'Kelly and the Weasel 1890 Irish Douglas Hyde Beside the Fire: A Collection of Irish Gaelic Folk Stories[541]
The Peasant and the Devil 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Peasant in Heaven 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Peasant's Wise Daughter 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Pellings 1894 Welsh Peter Henry Emerson Welsh Fairy Tales and Other Stories[542]
Penta of the Chopped-off Hands 1634 Italian Giambattista Basile Pentamerone
Pérez Mouse[543] 1896 Spain Luis Coloma
Perfect Love 1697 French Henriette-Julie de Murat
Peruonto 1634 Italian Giambattista Basile Pentamerone
Peter and the Wolf 1936 Russian Sergei Prokofiev
Peter and Wendy 1904 English James Mathew Barrie
Peter Megrab and His Brother John Irish Anonymous, The Royal Hibernian Tales[544] n/a
Pether Brierly's Inn Adventure 1837 Irish Philip Dixon Hardy Legends, Tales, and Stories of Ireland[545]
The Phooka 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[546]
The Pied Piper of Hamelin 1816 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Pig King Italian Giovanni Francesco Straparola The Facetious Nights of Straparola
The Pigeon and the Dove 1698 French Madame d'Aulnoy Les Contes des Fees
The Pike Heads 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[547]
The Pilfered Corn 1889 Irish Anonymous [C.J.T.] Folk-Lore and Legends: Ireland[548]
The Pink 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
Pintosmalto 1634 Italian Giambattista Basile Pentamerone
The Piper and the Puca 1888 Irish Douglas Hyde Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry[549]
The Plaisham 1900 Irish Seumas MacManus Donegal Fairy Stories[550]
The Poetical Prisoner 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[551]
The Pooka 1837 Irish Philip Dixon Hardy Legends, Tales, and Stories of Ireland[552]
The Pooka of Murroe 1866 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[553]
The Poor Girl that Became a Queen 1870 Irish Patrick Kennedy The Fireside Stories of Ireland[554]
The Poor Widow and Grania Ol 1915 Irish Douglas Hyde Legends of Saints and Sinners[555]
The Pot Bears a Son Uighur
Poteen 1989 Irish Michael Scott Irish Folk and Fairy Tales Omnibus[556]
Prâslea the Brave and the Golden Apples Romanian Petre Ispirescu Legende sau basmele românilor
The Prediction 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[557]
The Pretty Little Calf 1965 Chinese Wolfram Eberhard Folktales of China
The Priest and the Bishop 1896 Irish Douglas Hyde Five Irish Stories[558]
The Priest's Ghost 1831 Irish Samuel Lover Legends and Stories of Ireland[559]
The Priest's Leap 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[560]
The Priest's Soul 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[561]
The Priest's Story 1831 Irish Samuel Lover Legends and Stories of Ireland[562]
The Priest's Supper 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[563]
The Priest and The Robber Irish Anonymous The Royal Hibernian Tales[564] n/a
The Priest Who Went to Do Penance 1915 Irish Douglas Hyde Legends of Saints and Sinners[565]
Prince Fatal and Prince Fortune 1757 French Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont
Prince Lindworm Swedish
Prince Marcassin 1698 French Madame d'Aulnoy Contes Nouveaux ou Les Fees à la Mode
The Prince of Leaves 1698 French Henriette-Julie de Murat
Prince Ring Icelandic
Prince Tity 1757 French Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont
Prince Wisewit's Return 1904 Irish Frances Browne Granny's Wonderful Chair[566]
The Princess and the Dragon Spanish
Princess Finola and the Dwarf 1906 Irish Edmund Leamy Irish Fairy Tales[567]
The Princess and the Pea 1835 Danish Hans Christian Andersen Fairy Tales Told for Children. First Collection.
The Princess and the Tin Box English James Thurber
The Princess in the Cat-skins 1870 Irish Patrick Kennedy The Fireside Stories of Ireland[568]
The Prince and the Princess in the Forest Danish Evald Tang Kristensen Eventyr fra Jylland
Prince Hat under the Ground Swedish Gunnar Olof Hyltén-Cavallius and George Stephens Svenska folksagor och äfventyr
Prince Hyacinth and the Dear Little Princess French Jeanne-Marie Le Prince de Beaumont
Prince Prigio 1889 English Andrew Lang
Princess Belle-Etoile 1698 French Madame d'Aulnoy Contes Nouveaux ou Les Fees à la Mode
The Princess in the Chest
Princess Camion 1743 French Marguerite de Lubert
Princess Lionette and Prince Coquerico 1743 French Marguerite de Lubert
The Princess Mayblossom 1698 French Madame d'Aulnoy Les Contes des Fees
The Princess on the Glass Hill 1845 Norwegian Peter Chr. Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe Norske Folkeeventyr
Princess Rosette 1698 French Madame d'Aulnoy Les Contes des Fees
The Princess That Wore A Rabbit-Skin Dress 1958 Kentucky Marie Campbell Tales from the Cloud Walking Country
The Princess Who Never Smiled Russian Alexander Afanasyev Narodnye russkie skazki
The Prince Who Wanted to See the World Portuguese
The Princess Who Was Hidden Underground German
The Prophet Before his Time 1866 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[569]
Prunella Italian
Puddocky German
Purcell the Piper 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[570]
The Pursuit of Dermat and Grania 1879 Irish Patrick Weston Joyce Old Celtic Romances[571]
The Pursuit of Diarmuid and Grainne 1904 Irish Anna MacManus (Ethna Carbery) In The Celtic Past[572]
The Pursuit of the Gilla Dacker and His Horse 1879 Irish Patrick Weston Joyce Old Celtic Romances[573]
Puss in Boots 1697 French Charles Perrault Mother Goose Tales
The PWCCA-CWM PWCCA 1828 Welsh Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[574]
The Quare Gander 1909 Irish Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu & Alfred Perceval Graves The Irish Fairy Book[575]
The Queen Bee 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
A Queen's County Witch 1888 Irish Anonymous Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry[576]
The Queen of the Golden Mines 1899 Irish Seumas MacManus In the Chimney Corners[577]
The Radiant Boy 1888 Irish Catherine Crowe Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry[578]
The Ram 1698 French Madame d'Aulnoy Les Contes des Fees
Rathlin Island 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[579]
Rapunzel 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Raven 1634 Italian Giambattista Basile Pentamerone
The Raven 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Recovered Bride 1866 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[580]
The Red Ettin 1890 English Joseph Jacobs English Fairy Tales
The Red Pony 1898 Irish William Larminie West Irish Folk-Tales and Romances[581]
The Red Shoes 1844 Danish Hans Christian Andersen
The Red Knight 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[582]
The Red Spirit 1837 Irish Philip Dixon Hardy Legends, Tales, and Stories of Ireland[583]
The Red Whistler 1904 Irish Anna MacManus (Ethna Carbery) In The Celtic Past[584]
The Remarkable Rocket 1888 Irish Oscar Wilde The Happy Prince and Other Tales
Reminiscences of a Rockite 1837 Irish Philip Dixon Hardy Legends, Tales, and Stories of Ireland[585]
Rent Day 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[586]
The Rich Brother and the Poor Brother Portuguese
Riquet with the Tuft 1697 French Charles Perrault
The Riddle 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
A Riddling Tale 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Ride with the Fairies 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[587]
The Rider Of Grianaig, And Iain The Soldier's Son 1890 Scottish John Francis Campbell Popular Tales of the West Highlands
The Ridere of Riddles 1890 Scottish John Francis Campbell Popular Tales of the West Highlands
The Ridiculous Wishes French Charles Perrault
The Rival Giants 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[588]
The Rival Kempers 1845 Irish William Carleton Tales and Sketches[589]
The Robber Bridegroom 1832 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
Robert Roberts and the Fairies 1894 Welsh Peter Henry Emerson Welsh Fairy Tales and Other Stories[590]
Rosanella French Comte de Caylus
The Rock of the Candle 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[591]
Rory the Robber 1899 Irish Seumas MacManus In the Chimney Corners[592]
Rosaleen 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[593]
Rose Moan, the Irish Midwife 1845 Irish William Carleton Tales and Sketches[594]
The Rose-Tree 1890 English Joseph Jacobs English Fairy Tales
Rumpelstiltskin 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
Rushen Coatie 1894 Scottish Joseph Jacobs More English Fairy Tales
Sadko Russian
The Sad Devil Sweden
Saint Brandon and Donagha 1889 Irish Anonymous [C.J.T.] Folk-Lore and Legends: Ireland[595]
Salt above Gold Slovak Pavol Dobsinsky
Samhain Eve 1989 Irish Michael Scott Irish Folk and Fairy Tales Omnibus[596]
Sapia Liccarda 1634 Italian Giambattista Basile Pentamerone
Satan as a Sculpture 1888 Irish David Russell McAnally Irish Wonders[597]
Satan's Cloven Hoof 1888 Irish David Russell McAnally Irish Wonders[598]
The Satin Surgeon French
Saudan Og and the Daughter of the King of Spain: Young Conal and the Yellow King's Daughter 1894 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Hero-Tales of Ireland[599]
Scath-A-Legaune 1828 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[600]
The Sea Fairies 1866 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[601]
The Sea-Maiden Who Became a Sea-Swan 1918 Irish Padraic Colum The Boy Who Knew How to Speak to Birds[602]
Seanchan the Bard and the King of the Cats 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[603]
The Sea Maid 1989 Irish Michael Scott Irish Folk and Fairy Tales Omnibus[604]
The Sea-Maiden 1890 Scottish John Francis Campbell Popular Tales of the West Highlands
The Seal woman 1989 Irish Michael Scott Irish Folk and Fairy Tales Omnibus[605]
Seeing is Believing 1825 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[606]
The Selfish Giant 1888 Irish Oscar Wilde The Happy Prince and Other Tales
The Servant of Poverty 1898 Irish William Larminie West Irish Folk-Tales and Romances[607]
Serving a Writ 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[608]
The Seven Foals 1845 Norwegian Peter Chr. Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe Norske Folkeeventyr
The Seven Kings of Athenry 1888 Irish David Russell McAnally Irish Wonders[609]
The Seven Ravens 1819 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Sexton of Cashel 1888 Irish David Russell McAnally Irish Wonders[610]
Shan an OMadhawn and His Master 1870 Irish Patrick Kennedy The Fireside Stories of Ireland[611]
The Shadow 1847 Danish Hans Christian Andersen New Fairy Tales, Second Volume, First Collection
Shaking-Head 1890 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Myths and Folk-Lore of Ireland[612]
Shan Ban and Ned Flynn 1899 Irish Seumas MacManus In the Chimney Corners[613]
The Sharp Grey Sheep 1890 Scottish John Francis Campbell Popular Tales of the West Highlands
Shaun Mor 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[614]
Shaun the Tinker 1915 Irish Douglas Hyde Legends of Saints and Sinners[615]
Shawn MacBreogan and the King of the White Nation 1894 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Hero-Tales of Ireland[616]
The She-Bear 1634 Italian Giambattista Basile Pentamerone
The Shearing of the Fairy Fleeces 1904 Irish Anna MacManus (Ethna Carbery) In The Celtic Past[617]
The Shee An Gannon and the Gruagach Gaire 1890 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Myths and Folk-Lore of Ireland[618]
Sheela-Na-Skean 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[619]
Shippeitaro Japanese Japanische Märchen
Shita-kiri Suzume Japanese
Shortshanks 1845 Norwegian Peter Chr. Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe Norske Folkeeventyr
The Shoemaker and Himself 1988 Irish Michael Scott Green and Golden Tales: Irish Fairy Tales[620]
The Silent Princess Turkish
Simon and Margaret 1898 Irish William Larminie West Irish Folk-Tales and Romances[621]
Sinbad the Sailor before 850 Arabic One Thousand and One Nights
The Sidhe Race 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[622]
The Silkie Wife 1866 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[623]
The Silver Cup 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[624]
The Silver Snuff Box 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[625]
The Singing Bone 1832 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Singing, Springing Lark 1832 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Sister of the Sun Sami J. C. Poestion Lapplandische Märchen
The Six Swans 1832 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Slave Mother 1956 Italian Italo Calvino Italian Folktales
Sleeping Beauty 1697 French Charles Perrault Mother Goose Tales
The Sleeping Prince Greek Georgias A. Megas Folktales of Greece
The Small-tooth Dog 1895 English Sidney Oldall Addy Household Tales and Other Traditional Remains
Smereree 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[626]
Smuggled Poteen 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[627]
The Smugglers 1837 Irish Philip Dixon Hardy Legends, Tales, and Stories of Ireland[628]
The Snake Prince Indian
The Snow Maiden Russian Aleksandr Ostrovsky
Snegurochka Russian Louis Leger Contes Populaires Slaves
The Snow, the Crow, and the Blood 1900 Irish Seumas MacManus Donegal Fairy Stories[629]
The Snow Queen 1845 Danish Hans Christian Andersen
Snow White 1823 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
Snow-White and Rose-Red 1832 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
Snow-White-Fire-Red 1885 Italian Thomas Frederick Crane Italian Popular Tales
The Snowman 1861 Danish Hans Christian Andersen
The Soldier and Death[630] 1945 Russian Arthur Ransome
The Son of the King of Erin and the Giant of Loch Lein 1890 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Myths and Folk-Lore of Ireland[631]
The Son of the King of Prussia 1898 Irish William Larminie West Irish Folk-Tales and Romances[632]
The Sorcerer's Apprentice 1797 German Goethe
Soria Moria Castle 1845 Norwegian Peter Chr. Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe Norske Folkeeventyr
The Sorrowing of Conal Cearnach 1904 Irish Anna MacManus (Ethna Carbery) In The Celtic Past[633]
The Soul Cages 1828 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[634]
Sour and Civil 1904 Irish Frances Browne Granny's Wonderful Chair[635]
The Spaeman Irish Anonymous The Royal Hibernian Tales[636] n/a
The Spanish Boar and the Irish Bull - A Zoological Puzzle 1834 Irish Samuel Lover Legends and Stories of Ireland[637]
The Spear of Victory 1910 Irish Ella Young Celtic Wonder-Tales[638]
The Spectre of Erigle Truagh 1889 Irish Anonymous [C.J.T.] Folk-Lore and Legends: Ireland[639]
Spindle, Shuttle, and Needle German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Spirit in the Bottle German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Spirit Horse 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[640]
The Sprig of Rosemary 1885 Catalan Francisco Maspons i Labrós Cuentos Populars Catalans
Squire Darcy's Fetch 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[641]
St Martin's Eve 1895 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Tales of the Fairies and of the Ghost World[642]
Stan Bolovan Romanian Rumanische Märchen
The Star Child 1891 Irish Oscar Wilde A House of Pomegranates
The Star Money 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
Starlight (fairy tale) 1710 French Henriette-Julie de Murat
The Stars in The Water 1900 Irish William Henry Frost Fairies and Folk of Ireland[643]
The Steadfast Tin Soldier 1838 Danish Hans Christian Andersen Fairy Tales Told for Children (1838)
Stephen Sinnott's Plough 1889 Irish Anonymous [C.J.T.] Folk-Lore and Legends: Ireland[644]
The Stolen Bride 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[645]
The Stonecutter Japanese
Stone soup German Brothers Grimm
The Stone of Truth 1915 Irish Douglas Hyde Legends of Saints and Sinners[646]
The Stone of Victory and How Feet-in-the-Ashes, the Swine-Herd's Son Came to Find it 1918 Irish Padraic Colum The Boy Who Knew How to Speak to Birds[647]
Stories about Birds 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[648]
Stories of Lough Guir 1894/1923 Irish Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu Madam Crowl's Ghost and Other Tales of Mystery[649]
Stories of Morgan Rhys Harris 1828 Welsh Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[650]
The Story of Bensurdatu Italian Laura Gonzenbach Sicilianische Märchen n/a
The Story of Bioultach 1898 Irish William Larminie West Irish Folk-Tales and Romances[651]
The Story of Childe Charity 1904 Irish Frances Browne Granny's Wonderful Chair[652]
The Story of Conn-eda: The Golden Apples of Lough Erne 1888 Irish Abraham M'Coy and Nicholas O'Kearney Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry[653]
The Story of Fairyfoot 1904 Irish Frances Browne Granny's Wonderful Chair[654]
The Story of Gitto Bach 1828 Welsh Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[655]
The Story of Gelert 1894 Welsh Peter Henry Emerson Welsh Fairy Tales and Other Stories[656]
Jullanar of the Sea[657] before 850 Persian/Arabic One Thousand and One Nights
The Story of the Little Bird 1888 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry[658]
The Story of Merrymind 1904 Irish Frances Browne Granny's Wonderful Chair[659]
The Story of Oldemar Irish Anonymous The Royal Hibernian Tales[660] n/a
The Story of the Pig-Trough 1894 Irish Peter Henry Emerson Welsh Fairy Tales and Other Stories[661]
Story of Polly Shone Rhys Shone 1828 Welsh Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[662]
The Story of Pretty Goldilocks 1698 French Madame d'Aulnoy Les Contes des Fees
The Story of the Sculloge's Son from Muskerry 1866 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[663]
The Story of the Queen of the Flowery Isles French Cabinet des Fées
The Story of Tam and Cam 1858 Vietnamese L. T. Bach-Lan Vietnamese Legends
The Story of Three Wonderful Beggars Serbian
The Story of Tuan Mac Cairill 1920 Irish James Stephens Irish Fairy Tales[664]
The Story of the Youth Who Went Forth to Learn What Fear Was 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Story of Zoulvisia Armenian Frédéric Macler Contes Arméniens
The Strange Guests 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[665]
Strega Nona 1975 Italian Tomie dePaola
The Straw, the Coal, and the Bean German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
Straw Millionaire Japanese
A String of Pearls Twined with Golden Flowers Romanian Petre Ispirescu Legende sau basmele românilor
The Student Who Left College 1915 Irish Douglas Hyde Legends of Saints and Sinners[666]
Suil-Levawn 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[667]
The Sumachaun 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[668]
Sweet porridge German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
Sweetheart Roland 1823 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Swineherd 1841 Danish Hans Christian Andersen
The Tailor and the Changeling 1889 Irish Anonymous [C.J.T.] Folk-Lore and Legends: Ireland[669]
The Tailor and the Three Beasts 1890 Irish Douglas Hyde Beside the Fire: A Collection of Irish Gaelic Folk Stories[670]
The Tailor in Heaven 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Tailor Who Sold His Soul to the Devil Mexican Americo Paredes Folktales of Mexico
The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter Japanese
The Tale of the Queen Who Sought a Drink From a Certain Well 1890 Scottish John Francis Campbell Popular Tales of the West Highlands
The Tale of the Shifty Lad, the Widow's Son 1890 Scottish John Francis Campbell Popular Tales of the West Highlands
A Tale of the Tontlawald 1866 Estonian Friedrich Kreutzwald Eestirahwa Ennemuistesed jutud
The Tale of Tsar Saltan 1831 Russian Aleksandr Pushkin
The Talking Head of Donn-Bo 1909 Irish Eleanor Hull & Alfred Perceval Graves The Irish Fairy Book[671]
The Tall Man of Ballacurry 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[672]
Taming the Pooka 1888 Irish David Russell McAnally Irish Wonders[673]
Tattercoats 1894 English Joseph Jacobs More English Fairy Tales
Tatterhood 1845 Norwegian Peter Chr. Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe Norske Folkeeventyr
Teague Sloan Irish Anonymous The Royal Hibernian Tales[674] n/a
Teeval, Princess of the Ocean 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[675]
Tehi Tegi 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[676]
Teig O'Kane (Tadhg O Cathain) and the Corpse 1915 Irish Douglas Hyde Legends of Saints and Sinners[677]
Teigue of the Lee 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[678]
Thank God It Wasn't A Peso Mexican Americo Paredes Folktales of Mexico
Themselves 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[679]
The Thief and His Master German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
Thirteenth 1885 Italian Thomas Frederick Crane Italian Popular Tales
The Thirteenth Son of the King of Erin . 1890 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Myths and Folk-Lore of Ireland[680]
Thousandfurs 1819 German Brothers Grimm Grimm's Fairy Tales
The Three Advices Irish Anonymous The Royal Hibernian Tales[681] n/a
The Three Advices Which the King with the Red Soles Gave to his Son 1866 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[682]
The Three Apprentices 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Three Aunts 1845 Norwegian Peter Chr. Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe Norske Folkeeventyr
Three Billy Goats Gruff 1845 Norwegian Peter Chr. Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe
The Three Crowns 1634 Italian Giambattista Basile Pentamerone
The Three Crowns (Irish Tale) 1866 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[683]
The Three Daughters of the King of the East and the Son of a King in Erin 1890 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Myths and Folk-Lore of Ireland[684]
The Three Daughters of King O'Hara. 1890 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Myths and Folk-Lore of Ireland[685]
The Three Dogs German
The Three Enchanted Princes 1634 Italian Giambattista Basile Pentamerone
The Three Fairies 1634 Italian Giambattista Basile Pentamerone
The Three Gifts 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[686]
The Three Gifts 1870 Irish Patrick Kennedy The Fireside Stories of Ireland[687]
The Three Heads in the Well 1890 English Joseph Jacobs English Fairy Tales
The Three Languages 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Three Little Birds 1823 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Three Little Pigs 1843 English (U.K.)
The Three Little Men in the Wood 1823 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Three May Peaches 1953 French Paul Delarue Contes du Nivernais et du Morvan
The Three Princes and their Beasts Lithuanian
The Three Princesses of Whiteland 1845 Norwegian Peter Chr. Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe Norske Folkeeventyr
The Three Sisters 1634 Italian Giambattista Basile Pentamerone
The Three Sisters and their Husbands' Three Brothers 1895 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Tales of the Fairies and of the Ghost World[688]
The Three Sons of the King of Antua 1954 Irish Eileen O'Faolain Irish Sagas and Folk Tales[689]
The Three Spinners German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Three Tasks 1830 Irish William Carleton Traits and Stories of the Irish Peasantry[690]
The Three Treasures of the Giants Slavonic Louis Leger Contes Populaires Slaves
The Three Wishes: An Irish Legend 1845 Irish William Carleton Tales and Sketches[691]
Thriced Cursed 1989 Irish Michael Scott Irish Folk and Fairy Tales Omnibus[692]
Thumbelina 1836 Danish Hans Christian Andersen Fairy Tales Told for Children. First Collection.
Thumbling German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Tiger, the Brahmin and the Jackal 1836 Indian
Tim Sheehy Sent back to His World to Prove His Innocence 1895 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Tales of the Fairies and of the Ghost World[693]
The Time for Naggeneen's Plan 1900 Irish William Henry Frost Fairies and Folk of Ireland[694]
The Tinderbox 1835 Danish Hans Christian Andersen Fairy Tales Told for Children. First Collection.
To Your Good Health! Russian
The Tobinstown Sheeoge 1866 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[695]
Tom Connors and the Dead Girl 1895 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Tales of the Fairies and of the Ghost World[696]
Tom Daly and the Nut-Eating Ghost 1895 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Tales of the Fairies and of the Ghost World[697]
Tom Foley's Ghost 1895 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Tales of the Fairies and of the Ghost World[698]
Tom Moore and the Seal Woman 1895 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Tales of the Fairies and of the Ghost World[699]
Tom Thumb 1621 English Richard Johnson The History of Tom Thumb
Tommy Pritchard 1894 Welsh Peter Henry Emerson Welsh Fairy Tales and Other Stories[700]
Town Musicians of Bremen 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Travelling Scholars 1904 Irish Anna MacManus (Ethna Carbery) In The Celtic Past[701]
The Treasure of King Labraid Lorc 1918 Irish Padraic Colum The Boy Who Knew How to Speak to Birds[702]
The Trial by Fire 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[703]
Tritill, Litill, and the Birds Hungarian
The Troll's Daughter Danish
True and Untrue 1845 Norwegian Peter Chr. Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe Norske Folkeeventyr
The True Bride German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
Trunk-Without-Head 1890 Irish Douglas Hyde Beside the Fire: A Collection of Irish Gaelic Folk Stories[704]
Trusty John 1823 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
Tsarevitch Ivan, the Fire Bird and the Gray Wolf Russian Alexander Afanasyev Narodnye russkie skazki
The Tortoise and the Hare English Aesop Aesop's Fables
The Turf Cutters (Cluricuanes) 1826 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[705]
The Turf Cutters (Spirit of the Bog) 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[706]
The Turnip 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Twelve Brothers 1823 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Twelve Dancing Princesses 1823 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Twelve Huntsmen 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Twelve Months Greek Georgias A. Megas Folktales of Greece
The Twelve Months Slovak Pavol Dobsinsky
The Twelve Wild Ducks 1845 Norwegian Peter Chr. Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe Norske Folkeeventyr
The Twelve Wild Geese 1870 Irish Patrick Kennedy The Fireside Stories of Ireland[707]
The Tale of Two Brothers c. 1185 BC Ancient Egyptian
The Two Brothers 1823 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Two Caskets Scandinavian
The Two Gamblers and the Fairies 1895 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Tales of the Fairies and of the Ghost World[708]
The Two Gossips 1825 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[709]
The Two Kings' Children 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
Udea and her Seven Brothers Northern African Hans von Stumme Märchen und Gedichte aus der Stadt Tripolis
The Ugly Duckling 1843 Danish Hans Christian Andersen New Fairy Tales (1844)
The Uncovered Land 1989 Irish Michael Scott Irish Folk and Fairy Tales Omnibus[710]
The Unforgiven 1837 Irish Philip Dixon Hardy Legends, Tales, and Stories of Ireland[711]
The Unlooked for Prince Polish Louis Léger Contes Populaires Slaves
The Unlucky Messenger 1870 Irish Patrick Kennedy The Fireside Stories of Ireland[712]
Urashima Tarō Japanese
The Valiant Little Tailor 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
Vasilii the Unlucky Russian Alexander Afanasyev Narodnye russkie skazki
Vasilisa The Priest’s Daughter Russian Alexander Afanasyev Narodnye russkie skazki
Vasilissa the Beautiful 1862 Russian Alexander Afanasyev Narodnye russkie skazki
The Voyage of Maildun 1879 Irish Patrick Weston Joyce Old Celtic Romances[713]
Water and Salt 1885 Italian Thomas Frederick Crane Italian Popular Tales
The Water Nixie 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Water of Life 1885 Spanish Francisco Maspons y Labrós Cuentos Populars Catalan
The Water of Life 1823 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Water Mother 1965 Chinese Wolfram Eberhard Folktales of China
The Wedding of Mrs. Fox German Brothers Grimm
The Well of D'Yerree-in-Dowan 1890 Irish Douglas Hyde Beside the Fire: A Collection of Irish Gaelic Folk Stories[714]
The Well at the World's End 1870 Irish Patrick Kennedy The Fireside Stories of Ireland[715]
The Well of the World's End 1890 English Joseph Jacobs English Fairy Tales
The Weaver's Son and the Giant of the White Hill 1890 Irish Jeremiah Curtin Myths and Folk-Lore of Ireland[716]
What Came of Picking Flowers Portuguese
What Is the Fastest Thing in the World? Greek Georgias A. Megas Folktales of Greece
What the Peacock and the Crow Told Each Other 1918 Irish Padraic Colum The Boy Who Knew How to Speak to Birds[717]
What the Rose did to the Cypress Persian
When Neil A-Mughan was Tuk 1899 Irish Seumas MacManus In the Chimney Corners[718]
The White and the Black Bride 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
White-Bear-King-Valemon 1845 Norwegian Peter Chr. Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe Norske Folkeeventyr
The White Cat 1698 French Madame d'Aulnoy Contes Nouveaux ou Les Fees à la Mode
The White Cat of Drumgunniol 1894/1923 Irish Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu Madam Crowl's Ghost and Other Tales of Mystery[719]
The White Doe 1698 French Madame d'Aulnoy Les Contes des Fees
The White Dove Danish
The White Dove 1956 French Paul Delarue The Borzoi Book of French Folk-Tales
The White Duck Russian Alexander Afanasyev Narodnye russkie skazki
The White Horse of the Peppers - A Legend of the Boyne 1834 Irish Samuel Lover Legends and Stories of Ireland[720]
The White Snake 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The White Trout - A Legend of Cong 1831 Irish Samuel Lover Legends and Stories of Ireland[721]
The White Wolf Lithuanian Andrew Lang The Grey Fairy Book
The White Wolf French Emmanuel Cosquin
Why the Bear Is Stumpy-Tailed 1845 Norwegian Peter Chr. Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe Norske Folkeeventyr
Why the Sea Is Salt 1845 Norwegian Peter Chr. Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe Norske Folkeeventyr
Whuppity Stoorie 1858 Scottish Robert Chambers Popular Rhymes of Scotland
The Wicked Sisters Russian Alexander Afanasyev Narodnye russkie skazki
The Widow's Daughter 1899 Irish Seumas MacManus In the Chimney Corners[722]
The Widow and her Two Daughters 1757 French Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont
The Wild Swans 1838 Danish Hans Christian Andersen Fairy Tales Told for Children (1838)
Will O´the Wisp / Stingy Jack Irish Anonymous The Royal Hibernian Tales[723] n/a
The Willful Child 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
William of the Tree 1890 Irish Douglas Hyde Beside the Fire: A Collection of Irish Gaelic Folk Stories[724]
The Willow-Wren and the Bear German Brothers Grimm
The Wise Little Girl Russian Alexander Afanasyev Narodnye russkie skazki
The Wise Woman, or The Obstinate Princess: A Double Story[725] 1875 Scottish George MacDonald
The Wishing Stone 1890 Irish Barry O'Connor Turf-Fire Stories & Fairy Tales of Ireland[726]
The Witch Russian
The Witch in the Stone Boat Icelandic
The Witch of Slieu Whallian 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[727]
The Witches Excursion 1866 Irish Patrick Kennedy Legendary Fictions of the Irish Celts[728]
The Wizard King French Les fees illustres
A Wolf Story 1888 Irish Lady Francesca Speranza Wilde Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland[729]
The Wolf and the Fox German Brothers Grimm
The Wolf and the Seven Young Kids 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Wolf Maids 1989 Irish Michael Scott Irish Folk and Fairy Tales Omnibus[730]
The Woman Who Went to Hell 1898 Irish William Larminie West Irish Folk-Tales and Romances[731]
The Wonderful Birch Finnish
The Wonderful Cake 1870 Irish Patrick Kennedy The Fireside Stories of Ireland[732]
The Wonderful Musician 1812 German Brothers Grimm Children's and Household Tales
The Wonderful Tune. 1834 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[733]
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz 1900 English L. Frank Baum The Oz Books
The Wizard's Palace 1911 Manx Sophia Morrison Manx Fairy Tales[734]
The Wooing of Becfola 1920 Irish James Stephens Irish Fairy Tales[735]
The Wounded Lion 1885 Catalan Francisco Maspons i Labrós Cuentos Populars Catalan
Yanto's Chase 1828 Welsh Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[736]
A Year and a Day 1900 Irish William Henry Frost Fairies and Folk of Ireland[737]
The Yellow Dwarf 1698 French Madame d'Aulnoy Les Contes des Fees
Young and Handsome 1697 French Henriette-Julie de Murat
The Young King 1891 Irish Oscar Wilde A House of Pomegranates
The Young King Of Easaidh Ruadh 1890 Scottish John Francis Campbell Popular Tales of the West Highlands
The Young Piper 1825 Irish Thomas Crofton Croker Fairy Legends and traditions of the South of Ireland[738]
The Young Slave 1634 Italian Giambattista Basile Pentamerone
Kancil Nyolong Timun (A Deer that Steals the Cucumber) Indonesia

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