The Brown Fairy Book cover

The Brown Fairy Book

Andrew Lang (1844-1912)

1. 00 - Preface
2. 01 - What the Rose did to the Cypress - Part 1
3. 02 - What the Rose did to the Cypress - Part 2
4. 03 - Ball-carrier and the Bad One; How Ball-carrier Finished His Task
5. 04 - The Bunyip
6. 05 - Father Grumbler
7. 06 - The Story of the Yara
8. 07a - The Cunning Hare
9. 07b - The Turtle and His Bride
10. 08 - How Geirld the coward was punished
11. 09a - Habogi
12. 09b - How the Little Brother Set Free His Big Brothers
13. 10 - The Sacred milk of Koumongoe
14. 11 - The Wicked Wolverine
15. 12a - The Husband of the Rat's Daughter
16. 12b - The Mermaid and the Boy
17. 13 - Pivi and Kabo
18. 14 - The Elf Maiden
19. 15 - How Some Wild Animals Became Tame Ones
20. 16 - Fortune and the Wood-Cutter
21. 17 - The Enchanted Head
22. 18 - The Sister of the Sun
23. 19 - The Prince and the Three Fates
24. 20 - The Fox and the Lapp
25. 21 - Kisa the Cat
26. 22 - The Lion and the Cat
27. 23 - Which Was the Foolishest?
28. 24 - Asmund and Signy
29. 25 - Rubezahl
30. 26 - Story Of The King Who Would Be Stronger Than Fate
31. 27 - Story of Wali Dad the Simple-Hearted
32. 28 - Tale of a Tortoise and of a Mischievous Monkey
33. 29 - The Knights of the Fish

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Summary

Andrew Lang’s Brown Fairy Book (1904) was a beautifully produced and illustrated edition of fairy tales that has become a classic. This was one of many other collections of fairy tales, collectively known as Andrew Lang’s Fairy Books.