[PDF] ß Scandinavian Folktales | By ↠ Jacqueline Simpson Caroline Gowdy #2020

  • Title: Scandinavian Folktales
  • Author: Jacqueline Simpson Caroline Gowdy
  • ISBN: 9780140595055
  • Page: 278
  • Format: Paperback

  • Scandinavian Folktales By Jacqueline Simpson Caroline Gowdy Many of the stories in this book go back to pre Christian and medieval times, and draw on the local knowledge and common experiences that bound together local communities in Scandinavia All the stories have been passed down through generations of story tellers working within a tradition.
    Jacqueline Simpson Caroline Gowdy
    Dr Jacqueline Simpson born 1930 is a United Kingdom researcher and author on folklore and legend.She studied English Literature and Medieval Icelandic at Bedford College, University of London Dr Simpson has been, at various times, Editor, Secretary, and President of the Folklore Society She was awarded the Society s Coote Lake Research Medal in 2008 In 2010 she was appointed Visiting Professor of Folklore at the Sussex Centre of Folklore, Fairy Tales and Fantasy at the University of Chichester, West Sussex She has a particular interest in local legends as opposed to international fairytales , and has published collections of this genre from Iceland, Scandinavia in general, and England the latter in collaboration with the late Jennifer Westwood She has also written on the folklore of various English regions, and was co author with Steve Roud of the Penguin Dictionary of English Folklore She lives in West Sussex, England.She has been a point of reference for Terry Pratchett since he met her at a book signing in 1997 Pratchett, who was then researching his novel Carpe Jugulum, was asking everyone in the queue how many magpie rhymes they knew and whilst most people gave one answer the theme from the TV series Magpie Simpson stated that she knew about nineteen This encounter eventually led to collaboration.

    Scandinavian Folktales By Jacqueline Simpson Caroline Gowdy


    this one was of a disappointment than i was expecting a huge chunk of it was copied straight from simpson s icelandic folktales and legends , but with fewer notes about the content i got some good stuff from a couple of the chapter introductions, but otherwise this was generally a waste of time, having already read the other two.

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