Andrew Lang (1844-1912), writer and folklorist, was one of the first to apply anthropological findings to the study of myth and folklore. He compiled several fairy tale books.
Andrew Lang
A biography of Andrew Lang based on the 1911 Encyclopaedia Brittanica.
Andrew Lang
Brief biography from SLAINTE (Scottish Libraries across the Internet).
The Blue Fairy Book
In HTML, at World Wide School. Each chapter in its own file, linked to previous, next, or any other chapter. In graphical browsers, this is the online equivalent of a "large print" edition.
The Book of Dreams and Ghosts
E-text of the 1897 edition, from Gaslight.
The Brown Fairy Book
E-text at the University of Adelaide Library Electronic Texts Collection.
A Collection of Ballads
E-text of the Project Gutenberg.
The Crimson Fairy Book
E-text from the Project Gutenberg.
Free Library - Andrew Lang
Brief biography with text of "The Arabian Nights" and "The Yellow Fairy Book."
The Grey Fairy Book
E-text at the University of Adelaide Library Electronic Texts Collection.
The Lilac Fairy Book
E-text from the Project Gutenberg.
A Monk of Fife: A Romance of The Days of Jeanne D'Arc
A Monk of Fife: A Romance of The Days of Jeanne D'Arc by Andrew Lang complete book online.
The Orange Fairy Book
E-text from the Project Gutenberg.
The Pink Fairy Book
E-text at the University of Adelaide Library Electronic Texts Collection.
The Red Fairy Book
E-text from the Project Gutenberg.
The Violet Fairy Book
In searchable HTML, at World Wide School. Each chapter in its own file, linked to previous, next, or any other chapter. In graphical browsers, this is the online equivalent of a "large print" edition.
Yellow Fairy Book
E-text from the Electronic Text Center, University of Virginia Library; includes images.
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