THE YELLOW FAIRY BOOK

EDITED BY ANDREW LANG

WITH NUMEROUS ILLUSTRATIONS BY H. J. FORD

NEW IMPRESSION

LONGMANS, GREEN, AND CO.

39 PATERNOSTER ROW, LONDON
NEW YORK, BOMBAY AND CALCUTTA

1908

All rights reserved

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Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Dedication vii
  • Preface ix
  • Contents xiii
  • LlST OF ILLUSTRATIONS xiv
  • Illustrations in Text xv
  • The Cat and the Mouse In Partnership 1
  • The Six Swans 4
  • The Dragon of the North 9
  • Story Of The Emperor's New Clothes 21
  • The Golden Crab 26
  • The Iron Stove 32
  • The Dragon and His Grandmother 38
  • The Donkey Cabbage 42
  • The Little Green Frog 50
  • The Seven-Headed Serpent 60
  • The Grateful Beasts 64
  • The Giants and the Herd-Boy 75
  • The Invisible Prince 78
  • The Crow 92
  • How Six Men Travelled Through The Wide World 95
  • The Wizard King 100
  • The Nixy 108
  • The Glass Mountain 114
  • Alphege, or the Green Monkey 119
  • Fairer-Than-A-Fairy 126
  • The Three Brothers 134
  • The Boy and the Wolves, Or The Broken Promise 138
  • The Glass Axe 141
  • The Dead Wife 149
  • In the Land of Souls 152
  • The White Duck 155
  • The Witch and Her Servants 161
  • The Magic Ring 178
  • The Flower Queen's Daughter 192
  • The Flying Ship 198
  • The Snow-Daughter and the Fire-Son 206
  • The Story of King Frost 209
  • The Death of the Sun-Hero 213
  • The Witch 216
  • The Hazel-Nut Child 222
  • The Story Of Big Klaus and Little Klaus 225
  • Prince Ring 237
  • The Swineherd 249
  • How to Tell a True Princess 254
  • The Blue Mountains 256
  • The Tinder-Box 265
  • The Witch in the Stone Boat 274
  • Thumbelina 279
  • The Nightingale 291
  • Hermod and Hadvor 301
  • The Steadfast Tin-Soldier 308
  • Blockhead-Hans 313
  • A Story About a Darning-Needle 319
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