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Russia

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Outsiders view Russia as an aggressor, but Russians see themselves as surrounded by enemies, defensively fighting off invader after invader, or called upon by history to be the savior of Europe, or Christianity, or civilization itself, often at im

The Soul Cages

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One part of a series of 9 volumes recording Irish and Celtic tales these are stories from the pens of some of the greatest Irish, English and other authors. The contributing authors are listed below with selections of short stories from each author are spread through all 9 volumes where credit has been given to some but not others. My apologies to those not credited. This list is not as complete as I would wish as there were many cases where for one reason or another I was unable to identify or verify the author. There was a tendency for a few authors to take ideas from their colleagues and write their own versions of the story and this may become evident as you go through the series but should not diminish from your pleasure of reading these stories which will either make you laugh, cry or both as you catch the humour and pathos of the individual tales. My thanks to:- William P French, Patrick Kennedy, William Carleton, George A Birmingham, Jane Barlow, Charles Lever, Dr Maginn, Eleanor Alexander, Frank Mathew, E.E. Somerville, Martin Ross, B Hunt, Samuel Ferguson, Lynn Doyle, Samuel Lover, K F Purdon, H de Vere Stacpole, Douglas Hyde, Charles Kickham, John Stevenson, J Todhunter, T Crofton Coker, Lady Wilde, Mrs Crow, Nicholas O'Kearney, Michael Flaherty, P Minahan, P D Joyce, D R McNally, Gerald Driffen, Jack Gillespie, Jeremiah Curtin, Charles L Graves, Standish J O'Grady, Lady Gregory, Padraig Colum, W B Yeats, William Allingham, J le Fanu, James C Mangan, A P Graves, W Larminie, Charles Lever, Patrick J McCall, Thomas Etingsall, Charlotte O Eccles, Shan Bullock, Joseph Candle, Bryan O'Looney, Mrs Ewing, Thomas Boyd, Nora Hopper and Eleanor Hull.

The Changeling

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One part of a series of 9 volumes recording Irish and Celtic tales these are stories from the pens of some of the greatest Irish, English and other authors. The contributing authors are listed below with selections of short stories from each author are spread through all 9 volumes where credit has been given to some but not others. My apologies to those not credited. This list is not as complete as I would wish as there were many cases where for one reason or another I was unable to identify or verify the author. There was a tendency for a few authors to take ideas from their colleagues and write their own versions of the story and this may become evident as you go through the series but should not diminish from your pleasure of reading these stories which will either make you laugh, cry or both as you catch the humour and pathos of the individual tales. My thanks to:- William P French, Patrick Kennedy, William Carleton, George A Birmingham, Jane Barlow, Charles Lever, Dr Maginn, Eleanor Alexander, Frank Mathew, E.E. Somerville, Martin Ross, B Hunt, Samuel Ferguson, Lynn Doyle, Samuel Lover, K F Purdon, H de Vere Stacpole, Douglas Hyde, Charles Kickham, John Stevenson, J Todhunter, T Crofton Coker, Lady Wilde, Mrs Crow, Nicholas O'Kearney, Michael Flaherty, P Minahan, P D Joyce, D R McNally, Gerald Driffen, Jack Gillespie, Jeremiah Curtin, Charles L Graves, Standish J O'Grady, Lady Gregory, Padraig Colum, W B Yeats, William Allingham, J le Fanu, James C Mangan, A P Graves, W Larminie, Charles Lever, Patrick J McCall, Thomas Etingsall, Charlotte O Eccles, Shan Bullock, Joseph Candle, Bryan O'Looney, Mrs Ewing, Thomas Boyd, Nora Hopper and Eleanor Hull.

The Catastrophe

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One part of a series of 9 volumes recording Irish and Celtic tales these are stories from the pens of some of the greatest Irish, English and other authors. The contributing authors are listed below with selections of short stories from each author are spread through all 9 volumes where credit has been given to some but not others. My apologies to those not credited. This list is not as complete as I would wish as there were many cases where for one reason or another I was unable to identify or verify the author. There was a tendency for a few authors to take ideas from their colleagues and write their own versions of the story and this may become evident as you go through the series but should not diminish from your pleasure of reading these stories which will either make you laugh, cry or both as you catch the humour and pathos of the individual tales. My thanks to:- William P French, Patrick Kennedy, William Carleton, George A Birmingham, Jane Barlow, Charles Lever, Dr Maginn, Eleanor Alexander, Frank Mathew, E.E. Somerville, Martin Ross, B Hunt, Samuel Ferguson, Lynn Doyle, Samuel Lover, K F Purdon, H de Vere Stacpole, Douglas Hyde, Charles Kickham, John Stevenson, J Todhunter, T Crofton Coker, Lady Wilde, Mrs Crow, Nicholas O'Kearney, Michael Flaherty, P Minahan, P D Joyce, D R McNally, Gerald Driffen, Jack Gillespie, Jeremiah Curtin, Charles L Graves, Standish J O'Grady, Lady Gregory, Padraig Colum, W B Yeats, William Allingham, J le Fanu, James C Mangan, A P Graves, W Larminie, Charles Lever, Patrick J McCall, Thomas Etingsall, Charlotte O Eccles, Shan Bullock, Joseph Candle, Bryan O'Looney, Mrs Ewing, Thomas Boyd, Nora Hopper and Eleanor Hull.

Trinket's Colt

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One part of a series of 9 volumes recording Irish and Celtic tales these are stories from the pens of some of the greatest Irish, English and other authors. The contributing authors are listed below with selections of short stories from each author are spread through all 9 volumes where credit has been given to some but not others. My apologies to those not credited. This list is not as complete as I would wish as there were many cases where for one reason or another I was unable to identify or verify the author. There was a tendency for a few authors to take ideas from their colleagues and write their own versions of the story and this may become evident as you go through the series but should not diminish from your pleasure of reading these stories which will either make you laugh, cry or both as you catch the humour and pathos of the individual tales. My thanks to:- William P French, Patrick Kennedy, William Carleton, George A Birmingham, Jane Barlow, Charles Lever, Dr Maginn, Eleanor Alexander, Frank Mathew, E.E. Somerville, Martin Ross, B Hunt, Samuel Ferguson, Lynn Doyle, Samuel Lover, K F Purdon, H de Vere Stacpole, Douglas Hyde, Charles Kickham, John Stevenson, J Todhunter, T Crofton Coker, Lady Wilde, Mrs Crow, Nicholas O'Kearney, Michael Flaherty, P Minahan, P D Joyce, D R McNally, Gerald Driffen, Jack Gillespie, Jeremiah Curtin, Charles L Graves, Standish J O'Grady, Lady Gregory, Padraig Colum, W B Yeats, William Allingham, J le Fanu, James C Mangan, A P Graves, W Larminie, Charles Lever, Patrick J McCall, Thomas Etingsall, Charlotte O Eccles, Shan Bullock, Joseph Candle, Bryan O'Looney, Mrs Ewing, Thomas Boyd, Nora Hopper and Eleanor Hull.

Queen of the Sea

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One part of a series of 9 volumes recording Irish and Celtic tales these are stories from the pens of some of the greatest Irish, English and other authors. The contributing authors are listed below with selections of short stories from each author are spread through all 9 volumes where credit has been given to some but not others. My apologies to those not credited. This list is not as complete as I would wish as there were many cases where for one reason or another I was unable to identify or verify the author. There was a tendency for a few authors to take ideas from their colleagues and write their own versions of the story and this may become evident as you go through the series but should not diminish from your pleasure of reading these stories which will either make you laugh, cry or both as you catch the humour and pathos of the individual tales. My thanks to:- William P French, Patrick Kennedy, William Carleton, George A Birmingham, Jane Barlow, Charles Lever, Dr Maginn, Eleanor Alexander, Frank Mathew, E.E. Somerville, Martin Ross, B Hunt, Samuel Ferguson, Lynn Doyle, Samuel Lover, K F Purdon, H de Vere Stacpole, Douglas Hyde, Charles Kickham, John Stevenson, J Todhunter, T Crofton Coker, Lady Wilde, Mrs Crow, Nicholas O'Kearney, Michael Flaherty, P Minahan, P D Joyce, D R McNally, Gerald Driffen, Jack Gillespie, Jeremiah Curtin, Charles L Graves, Standish J O'Grady, Lady Gregory, Padraig Colum, W B Yeats, William Allingham, J le Fanu, James C Mangan, A P Graves, W Larminie, Charles Lever, Patrick J McCall, Thomas Etingsall, Charlotte O Eccles, Shan Bullock, Joseph Candle, Bryan O'Looney, Mrs Ewing, Thomas Boyd, Nora Hopper and Eleanor Hull.

Paddy the Piper

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One part of a series of 9 volumes recording Irish and Celtic tales these are stories from the pens of some of the greatest Irish, English and other authors. The contributing authors are listed below with selections of short stories from each author are spread through all 9 volumes where credit has been given to some but not others. My apologies to those not credited. This list is not as complete as I would wish as there were many cases where for one reason or another I was unable to identify or verify the author. There was a tendency for a few authors to take ideas from their colleagues and write their own versions of the story and this may become evident as you go through the series but should not diminish from your pleasure of reading these stories which will either make you laugh, cry or both as you catch the humour and pathos of the individual tales. My thanks to:- William P French, Patrick Kennedy, William Carleton, George A Birmingham, Jane Barlow, Charles Lever, Dr Maginn, Eleanor Alexander, Frank Mathew, E.E. Somerville, Martin Ross, B Hunt, Samuel Ferguson, Lynn Doyle, Samuel Lover, K F Purdon, H de Vere Stacpole, Douglas Hyde, Charles Kickham, John Stevenson, J Todhunter, T Crofton Coker, Lady Wilde, Mrs Crow, Nicholas O'Kearney, Michael Flaherty, P Minahan, P D Joyce, D R McNally, Gerald Driffen, Jack Gillespie, Jeremiah Curtin, Charles L Graves, Standish J O'Grady, Lady Gregory, Padraig Colum, W B Yeats, William Allingham, J le Fanu, James C Mangan, A P Graves, W Larminie, Charles Lever, Patrick J McCall, Thomas Etingsall, Charlotte O Eccles, Shan Bullock, Joseph Candle, Bryan O'Looney, Mrs Ewing, Thomas Boyd, Nora Hopper and Eleanor Hull.

The Apprentice Thief

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One part of a series of 9 volumes recording Irish and Celtic tales these are stories from the pens of some of the greatest Irish, English and other authors. The contributing authors are listed below with selections of short stories from each author are spread through all 9 volumes where credit has been given to some but not others. My apologies to those not credited. This list is not as complete as I would wish as there were many cases where for one reason or another I was unable to identify or verify the author. There was a tendency for a few authors to take ideas from their colleagues and write their own versions of the story and this may become evident as you go through the series but should not diminish from your pleasure of reading these stories which will either make you laugh, cry or both as you catch the humour and pathos of the individual tales. My thanks to:- William P French, Patrick Kennedy, William Carleton, George A Birmingham, Jane Barlow, Charles Lever, Dr Maginn, Eleanor Alexander, Frank Mathew, E.E. Somerville, Martin Ross, B Hunt, Samuel Ferguson, Lynn Doyle, Samuel Lover, K F Purdon, H de Vere Stacpole, Douglas Hyde, Charles Kickham, John Stevenson, J Todhunter, T Crofton Coker, Lady Wilde, Mrs Crow, Nicholas O'Kearney, Michael Flaherty, P Minahan, P D Joyce, D R McNally, Gerald Driffen, Jack Gillespie, Jeremiah Curtin, Charles L Graves, Standish J O'Grady, Lady Gregory, Padraig Colum, W B Yeats, William Allingham, J le Fanu, James C Mangan, A P Graves, W Larminie, Charles Lever, Patrick J McCall, Thomas Etingsall, Charlotte O Eccles, Shan Bullock, Joseph Candle, Bryan O'Looney, Mrs Ewing, Thomas Boyd, Nora Hopper and Eleanor Hull.

Great Irish Short Stories

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This collection of thirteen captivating tales by Irish authors illustrates both traditional and modern approaches to the Celtic art of storytelling. Spanning two centuries, it features stories by Maria Edgeworth and William Carleton from the beginning of Irish prose fiction in English; retellings of traditional tales by Lady Gregory and Standish O'Grady from the great age of the Irish Literary Revival; and contributions from many of the 20th century's most significant writers, including William Butler Yeats, James Stephens, James Joyce, Seumas O'Kelly, and Liam O'Flaherty.

The Bewitched Churn

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One part of a series of 9 volumes recording Irish and Celtic tales these are stories from the pens of some of the greatest Irish, English and other authors. The contributing authors are listed below with selections of short stories from each author are spread through all 9 volumes where credit has been given to some but not others. My apologies to those not credited. This list is not as complete as I would wish as there were many cases where for one reason or another I was unable to identify or verify the author. There was a tendency for a few authors to take ideas from their colleagues and write their own versions of the story and this may become evident as you go through the series but should not diminish from your pleasure of reading these stories which will either make you laugh, cry or both as you catch the humour and pathos of the individual tales. My thanks to:- William P French, Patrick Kennedy, William Carleton, George A Birmingham, Jane Barlow, Charles Lever, Dr Maginn, Eleanor Alexander, Frank Mathew, E.E. Somerville, Martin Ross, B Hunt, Samuel Ferguson, Lynn Doyle, Samuel Lover, K F Purdon, H de Vere Stacpole, Douglas Hyde, Charles Kickham, John Stevenson, J Todhunter, T Crofton Coker, Lady Wilde, Mrs Crow, Nicholas O'Kearney, Michael Flaherty, P Minahan, P D Joyce, D R McNally, Gerald Driffen, Jack Gillespie, Jeremiah Curtin, Charles L Graves, Standish J O'Grady, Lady Gregory, Padraig Colum, W B Yeats, William Allingham, J le Fanu, James C Mangan, A P Graves, W Larminie, Charles Lever, Patrick J McCall, Thomas Etingsall, Charlotte O Eccles, Shan Bullock, Joseph Candle, Bryan O'Looney, Mrs Ewing, Thomas Boyd, Nora Hopper and Eleanor Hull.

Jack the Cunning Thief

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One part of a series of 9 volumes recording Irish and Celtic tales these are stories from the pens of some of the greatest Irish, English and other authors. The contributing authors are listed below with selections of short stories from each author are spread through all 9 volumes where credit has been given to some but not others. My apologies to those not credited. This list is not as complete as I would wish as there were many cases where for one reason or another I was unable to identify or verify the author. There was a tendency for a few authors to take ideas from their colleagues and write their own versions of the story and this may become evident as you go through the series but should not diminish from your pleasure of reading these stories which will either make you laugh, cry or both as you catch the humour and pathos of the individual tales. My thanks to:- William P French, Patrick Kennedy, William Carleton, George A Birmingham, Jane Barlow, Charles Lever, Dr Maginn, Eleanor Alexander, Frank Mathew, E.E. Somerville, Martin Ross, B Hunt, Samuel Ferguson, Lynn Doyle, Samuel Lover, K F Purdon, H de Vere Stacpole, Douglas Hyde, Charles Kickham, John Stevenson, J Todhunter, T Crofton Coker, Lady Wilde, Mrs Crow, Nicholas O'Kearney, Michael Flaherty, P Minahan, P D Joyce, D R McNally, Gerald Driffen, Jack Gillespie, Jeremiah Curtin, Charles L Graves, Standish J O'Grady, Lady Gregory, Padraig Colum, W B Yeats, William Allingham, J le Fanu, James C Mangan, A P Graves, W Larminie, Charles Lever, Patrick J McCall, Thomas Etingsall, Charlotte O Eccles, Shan Bullock, Joseph Candle, Bryan O'Looney, Mrs Ewing, Thomas Boyd, Nora Hopper and Eleanor Hull.
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