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All About Fairies
- Histories and origins of the fae and related creatures; belief and fairy tales in literature.
- Overview and definition; related articles available.
The Fairy-Faith in Celtic Countries
- An ethnographic study by W.Y. Evans Wentz (1911), e-text from the Internet Sacred Text Archive.
Field Guide to Irish Fairies
- Multimedia website introducing seven different types of Irish fairies.
- Information on Irish fairies, including leprechauns and cluricauns, far darrig, silkies, banshees, and changelings.
- An encyclopedia of all the different types of little people, from fairies to gnomes.
The Realm of the Fae
- Encyclopedia categorized by element with illustrations, definitions, and folktales.
Timeless Myths: Celtic Mythology: Faeries
- Celtic types and their origins, from the Banshee to the Pooka.
Urban Fairies and Their Appearance in Ann Arbor
- Jonathan Wright explores the appearance of miniature doors, windows and spaces in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
- Encyclopedia article including sections on literature, art, origins and belief sources; name variations.
Legends of the Tooth Fairy
- Article by Tanya Underwood relating to darker beliefs, available with an audio reading. [RealPlayer Required for Audio] (August 23, 2005)
Fairies and their kin
- Article by Bob Trubshaw discussing fairies and the relation with ghosts, earthlights and abductions; links to related articles. (June 01, 1998)
Medieval fairies: Now you see them, now you don't
- Article by Jeremy Harte proposing that the current image of fairies developed from 14th century literature. (January 01, 1998)
- Article by Jeremy Harte on the meaning of the word barrow, and the "Hollow Hills" where the fairy dwell. (January 01, 1997)
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