The Red Fairy Book

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THE
RED FAIRY BOOK

EDITED BY
ANDREW LANG

WITH NUMEROUS ILLUSTRATIONS BY H. J. FORD AND LANCELOT SPEED

FOURTH EDITION

LONDON
LONGMANS, GREEN, AND CO.
AND NEW YORK: 15 EAST 16th STREET
1893

All rights reserved

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  • The Twelve Dancing Princesses 1
  • The Princess Mayblossom 13
  • Soria Moria Castle 30
  • The Death of Koshchei the Deathless 42
  • The Black Thief and Knight of the Glen. 54
  • The Master Thief 67
  • Brother and Sister 82
  • Princess Rosette 89
  • The Enchanted Pig 104
  • The Norka 116
  • The Wonderful Birch 123
  • The Little Good Mouse 146
  • Graciosa and Percinet 158
  • The Three Princesses of Whiteland 175
  • The Voice of Death. 182
  • The Six Sillies 186
  • Kari Woodengown 189
  • Drakestail 202
  • The Ratcatcher 208
  • The True History of Little Goldenhood 215
  • The Golden Branch 220
  • The Three Dwarfs 238
  • Dapplegrim 246
  • The Enchanted Canary 257
  • The Twelve Brothers 274
  • Rapunzel 282
  • The Nettle Spinner 286
  • Farmer Weatherbeard 294
  • Mother, Holle 303
  • Minnikin 307
  • Bushy Bride 322
  • Snowdrop 329
  • The Golden Goose 340
  • The Seven Foals 346
  • The Marvellous Musician 354
  • The Story of Sigurd 357
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