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The Resource The Penguin book of world folk tales, edited by Milton Rugoff ; illustrations by Joseph Low

The Penguin book of world folk tales, edited by Milton Rugoff ; illustrations by Joseph Low

Label
The Penguin book of world folk tales
Title
The Penguin book of world folk tales
Statement of responsibility
edited by Milton Rugoff ; illustrations by Joseph Low
Title variation
World folk tales
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Related
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
  • 398.2/1
  • 398.2/08
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
GR76
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1913-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Rugoff, Milton
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
Tales
Target audience
juvenile
Label
The Penguin book of world folk tales, edited by Milton Rugoff ; illustrations by Joseph Low
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • Reprint of the 1968 ed. published by Viking Press, New York
  • Originally published as A harvest of world folk tales
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
The old woman -- Takise -- Marandenboni -- The legend of the elephant -- The Isinyandende -- Talk -- Jack and the varmints -- Jack's hunting trips -- Old gally mander -- The tar baby -- Dicey and Orphus -- The man and his boots -- Big John the conqueror -- Why women always take advantage of men -- Davy Crockett: sunrise in his pocket -- Paul Bunyan's big griddle -- Pauls cornstalk -- John Henry and the machine in West Virginia -- The creation of man -- The pleiades -- The raven brings light -- The discontented grass plant -- The shining lodge -- The hermint mitsina -- The rabbit huntress -- The deceived blind men -- The first kalandar's tale -- The barber's tale of his sixth brother -- Tale of the devout Israelite -- Khusrau and the fisherman -- The ruined man who became rich again through a dream -- The fifth voyage of Sindbad the seaman -- The king and his wazir's wife -- The woman of the well -- The lady and teh unjust judge -- Chapkin the scamp -- What happened to Hadji -- Nasr-ed-Din hodja in the pulpit -- The hodja and the caldron -- The hodja and the burgular -- The hodja visits Halil -- Planting a pear tree -- A taoist priest -- The thunder God -- Retribution -- The sorcerer of the white lotus lodge -- The cinnamon tree int he moon -- Women -- Anpu and Bata -- The shipwrecked sailor -- The doomed prince -- The treasures of rhampsinitus -- The hedley kow -- Coat o' clay -- The king o' the cats -- The master and his pupil -- Dick Whittington -- Jack and the beanstalk -- Robin Hood and the butcher -- Robin Hood and the beggar -- The giants of castle treen -- The piskey on Selena Moor -- The bailie's daughter -- The widow and her daughters -- Get up and bar the door -- Our goodman -- The kalevala -- The destruction of the Sampo -- The last adventure -- The pig-headed wife -- Lippo and Tapio -- The adventures of renard -- The theft of a smell -- The shroud of Mari-Yvonne -- Devil-may-care -- The men who wouldn't stay dead -- Our lady's tumbler -- Cinderella -- The frog-king, or Iron Henry -- The valiant little tailor -- The fox and the geese -- Old hildebrand -- Knoist and his three sons -- Death's messengers -- Hansel and Grethel -- Peter Klaus -- The schildburger build a council house -- Tyll ulenspiegel -- The tale of a merry dance -- Tyll proves to fools how great is their folly -- Word, wit and merry game -- Tyll's last prank -- Nobody and polyphemus -- Tantalus -- Medea -- Narcissus -- Orpheus and Eurydice -- Diana and Actaeon -- Cupid and psyche -- Hercules: the eleventh task fables -- The wolf and the crane -- The man and the satyr -- The house dog and the wolf -- The old woman and the wine jar -- The farthing rushlight -- Travelers and the bear -- The old woman and the physician -- The ass carrying salt -- The old man and death -- The lion and ass go hunting -- The bald knight -- The fox and the crow -- The ass's shadow -- Holding the truth -- The robbers and the treasure -- The golden goose -- The greedy jackal caught -- The Judas tree -- Rama and Sita -- Mouse-maid made mouse -- The lion makers -- The loyal mungoose -- The brahman and the pot of rice -- The mice that ate iron -- Devabhuti and teh foolish magistrate -- The three fastidious men -- The king who was fried -- Deirdre -- The field of boliauns -- Cuchullin and fardia -- A legend of knockmany -- Hudden and Dudden and Donald O'Neary -- Teig O'Kane and the corpse -- The untamed shrew -- The cunning cat -- The merchant -- Pinto smalto -- Bastianelo -- The thoughtless abbott -- Scissors they were -- Abraham and the idols -- The lord helpeth man and beast -- The princess and Rabbi Joshua -- The wife's one wish -- The thoughtful father -- Rabbi Eliezer enjoys an exception -- Know before you criticize -- The wise rogue -- The helm goat mystery -- Higher mathematics in Helm -- Pinya and helm -- King Solomon and the queen of Sheba -- The buried money -- Alone with god -- joseph and potiphar's wife -- Father Bird and fledglings -- Song of the kid -- Lesson for lesson -- The incubus -- Th coyote and Juan's Maguey -- Repaying Good with evil -- A time for everything -- Wine and the devil -- Ayaymama -- Brer Rabbit, businessman -- The yara -- The legend of Agustin -- Lorenzo -- The golden cock -- The soldier and the demons -- Seven simeons -- The wondrous wonder -- The earth will have its own -- The serpent and the peasant -- A witty answer -- The khevsouri and the eshmahkie -- Odin's search for wisdom -- The making of the hammer -- How Thor found his hammer -- The archer and the king -- Why the sea is salt -- The master thief -- Bjarni Sveinssen and his sister Salvor -- Now I should laugh if I were not dead -- The princess on the pea -- The tinderbox -- I ate the loaf -- The invisible cloth -- What happened to a young man on his wedding day -- Don Demonio's mother-in-law -- Pedro and trickster
Control code
ocm02818573
Dimensions
20 cm
Extent
xviii, 734 pages
Isbn
9780140045253
Lccn
77002625
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
398.21 P376 ; P ; XX-JN/HQ-JHN ; (SMS) ; SJ (local) ; SCH0912.
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 2818573
  • (Sirsi) 2818573
  • (OCoLC)2818573
Label
The Penguin book of world folk tales, edited by Milton Rugoff ; illustrations by Joseph Low
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • Reprint of the 1968 ed. published by Viking Press, New York
  • Originally published as A harvest of world folk tales
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
The old woman -- Takise -- Marandenboni -- The legend of the elephant -- The Isinyandende -- Talk -- Jack and the varmints -- Jack's hunting trips -- Old gally mander -- The tar baby -- Dicey and Orphus -- The man and his boots -- Big John the conqueror -- Why women always take advantage of men -- Davy Crockett: sunrise in his pocket -- Paul Bunyan's big griddle -- Pauls cornstalk -- John Henry and the machine in West Virginia -- The creation of man -- The pleiades -- The raven brings light -- The discontented grass plant -- The shining lodge -- The hermint mitsina -- The rabbit huntress -- The deceived blind men -- The first kalandar's tale -- The barber's tale of his sixth brother -- Tale of the devout Israelite -- Khusrau and the fisherman -- The ruined man who became rich again through a dream -- The fifth voyage of Sindbad the seaman -- The king and his wazir's wife -- The woman of the well -- The lady and teh unjust judge -- Chapkin the scamp -- What happened to Hadji -- Nasr-ed-Din hodja in the pulpit -- The hodja and the caldron -- The hodja and the burgular -- The hodja visits Halil -- Planting a pear tree -- A taoist priest -- The thunder God -- Retribution -- The sorcerer of the white lotus lodge -- The cinnamon tree int he moon -- Women -- Anpu and Bata -- The shipwrecked sailor -- The doomed prince -- The treasures of rhampsinitus -- The hedley kow -- Coat o' clay -- The king o' the cats -- The master and his pupil -- Dick Whittington -- Jack and the beanstalk -- Robin Hood and the butcher -- Robin Hood and the beggar -- The giants of castle treen -- The piskey on Selena Moor -- The bailie's daughter -- The widow and her daughters -- Get up and bar the door -- Our goodman -- The kalevala -- The destruction of the Sampo -- The last adventure -- The pig-headed wife -- Lippo and Tapio -- The adventures of renard -- The theft of a smell -- The shroud of Mari-Yvonne -- Devil-may-care -- The men who wouldn't stay dead -- Our lady's tumbler -- Cinderella -- The frog-king, or Iron Henry -- The valiant little tailor -- The fox and the geese -- Old hildebrand -- Knoist and his three sons -- Death's messengers -- Hansel and Grethel -- Peter Klaus -- The schildburger build a council house -- Tyll ulenspiegel -- The tale of a merry dance -- Tyll proves to fools how great is their folly -- Word, wit and merry game -- Tyll's last prank -- Nobody and polyphemus -- Tantalus -- Medea -- Narcissus -- Orpheus and Eurydice -- Diana and Actaeon -- Cupid and psyche -- Hercules: the eleventh task fables -- The wolf and the crane -- The man and the satyr -- The house dog and the wolf -- The old woman and the wine jar -- The farthing rushlight -- Travelers and the bear -- The old woman and the physician -- The ass carrying salt -- The old man and death -- The lion and ass go hunting -- The bald knight -- The fox and the crow -- The ass's shadow -- Holding the truth -- The robbers and the treasure -- The golden goose -- The greedy jackal caught -- The Judas tree -- Rama and Sita -- Mouse-maid made mouse -- The lion makers -- The loyal mungoose -- The brahman and the pot of rice -- The mice that ate iron -- Devabhuti and teh foolish magistrate -- The three fastidious men -- The king who was fried -- Deirdre -- The field of boliauns -- Cuchullin and fardia -- A legend of knockmany -- Hudden and Dudden and Donald O'Neary -- Teig O'Kane and the corpse -- The untamed shrew -- The cunning cat -- The merchant -- Pinto smalto -- Bastianelo -- The thoughtless abbott -- Scissors they were -- Abraham and the idols -- The lord helpeth man and beast -- The princess and Rabbi Joshua -- The wife's one wish -- The thoughtful father -- Rabbi Eliezer enjoys an exception -- Know before you criticize -- The wise rogue -- The helm goat mystery -- Higher mathematics in Helm -- Pinya and helm -- King Solomon and the queen of Sheba -- The buried money -- Alone with god -- joseph and potiphar's wife -- Father Bird and fledglings -- Song of the kid -- Lesson for lesson -- The incubus -- Th coyote and Juan's Maguey -- Repaying Good with evil -- A time for everything -- Wine and the devil -- Ayaymama -- Brer Rabbit, businessman -- The yara -- The legend of Agustin -- Lorenzo -- The golden cock -- The soldier and the demons -- Seven simeons -- The wondrous wonder -- The earth will have its own -- The serpent and the peasant -- A witty answer -- The khevsouri and the eshmahkie -- Odin's search for wisdom -- The making of the hammer -- How Thor found his hammer -- The archer and the king -- Why the sea is salt -- The master thief -- Bjarni Sveinssen and his sister Salvor -- Now I should laugh if I were not dead -- The princess on the pea -- The tinderbox -- I ate the loaf -- The invisible cloth -- What happened to a young man on his wedding day -- Don Demonio's mother-in-law -- Pedro and trickster
Control code
ocm02818573
Dimensions
20 cm
Extent
xviii, 734 pages
Isbn
9780140045253
Lccn
77002625
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
398.21 P376 ; P ; XX-JN/HQ-JHN ; (SMS) ; SJ (local) ; SCH0912.
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 2818573
  • (Sirsi) 2818573
  • (OCoLC)2818573

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