Stroebe. The Norwegian Fairy Book

Today's free book is The Norwegian Fairy Book by Clara Stroebe, translated by Frederick H. Martens with illustrations by George W. Hood. For the table of contents, check at the bottom of this post below the image.

The book is available at Project Gutenberg, Internet Archive, Hathi Trust, and Google Books. You can get a free Kindle ebook from Amazon too!



Per Gynt
The Isle of Udröst
The Three Lemons
The Neighbor Underground
The Secret Church
The Comrade
Aspenclog
The Troll Wedding
The Hat of the Huldres
The Child of Mary
Storm Magic
The Four-shilling Piece
The Magic Apples
Self Did It
The Master Girl
Anent the Giant Who Did Not Have His Heart About Him
The Three Princesses in Whiteland
Trouble and Care
Kari Woodencoat
Ola Storbaekkjen
The Cat Who Could Eat So Much
East of the Sun and West of the Moon
Murmur Goose-egg
The Troll-Wife
The King’s Hares
Helge-Hal in the Blue Hill
The Lord of the Hill and John Blessom
The Young Fellow and the Devil
Farther South Than South, and Farther North Than North, and in the Great Hill of Gold
Lucky Andrew
The Pastor and the Sexton
The Skipper and Sir Urian
The Youth Who Was to Serve Three Years Without Pay
The Youth Who Wanted to Win the Daughter of the Mother in the Corner
The Chronicle of the Pancake
Soria-Moria Castle
The Player on the Jew’s-harp



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