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Background to Bulgarian Myth and Folklore
- An overview of the ancestral cultures and mythologies of Bulgaria.
The Book on Marko Kraljevic
- Complete text of the book, "Marko, the King's Son: Hero of the Serbs", a book of legends about Marko Kraljevic (Marko Kralyevich) by Clarence A. Manning.
- Chechen Fairy Tales translated from Russian by Troy Morash.
- Danish folktales from a book edited by Andrew Lang.
Fairy Stories Every Child Should Know
- European fairy tales by Kate Douglas Wiggin and Nora Archibald Smith (1910); e-text from the Baldwin Project.
Greek Spider: Greek Folktales
- Fifteen Greek folktales.
- Four stories of magic, elves, trolls, ghosts and spirits of all kinds.
Little Mos'-Woman - The Story of a (Fairy-)Tale
- Article by Aado Lintrop discussing the multi-storeyed architecture of the Ob-Ugrian world of folk religion and lore.
Old Hungarian Fairy Tales
- Eight tales by Baroness Orczy.
Pastaris and the Giant
- A Latvian David and Goliath tale.
Popular Tales from the Norse
- By George Webbe Dasent (1888), e-text from the Baldwin Project.
Prolegomena to a History of Story-Telling Around the Baltic Sea, C. 1550-1800
- Essay by Jürgen Beyer discussing reasons for similarities in folk narratives in the Baltic region.
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