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The folklore of the Isle of Man

by Margaret Killip

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Published by Rowman and Littlefield in Totowa, N.J .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Isle of Man,
  • Isle of Man.
    • Subjects:
    • Folklore -- Isle of Man,
    • Isle of Man -- Social life and customs

    • Edition Notes

      StatementMargaret Killip ; drawings by Norman Sayle.
      SeriesThe Folklore of the British Isles
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGR153.M3 K54 1976
      The Physical Object
      Pagination207 p. :
      Number of Pages207
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4928834M
      ISBN 10087471771X
      LC Control Number76355433
      OCLC/WorldCa2119939

      A descendant of Illiam Dhone, Arthur Moore was the founder of the Manx Language Society. He was a keen collector of Manx culture, language and folklore and Speaker of the House of Keys. He sought to preserve the Manx culture. This book will appeal to historians as well as readers who love a good tale. Chapter I. Myths Connected with the Legendary History of the Isle of Man Chapter II. Hagiogical, and Mytho-historical Legends Chapter III. Fairies and Familiar Spirits Chapter IV. Hobgoblins, Monsters, Giants, Mermaids, Apparitions, &c. Chapter V. Magic, Witchcraft, &c. Chapter VI. Customs and Superstitions Connected With the Seasons Chapter VII.

      The Story of the Isle of Man is a book on the history of the Isle of Man by A.W. was written as an introduction to Manx history, specifically for children.. The book was written at a time of a growing sense of Manx national identity, greatly due to the work of A. W. Moore himself. For want of any existing rigorous and sustained history of the Isle of Man, he wrote A History of. Folklore of the Isle of Man, , ] INTRODUCTION. THE Isle of Man has been unfortunate in not having had competent collectors of its Legendary few have taken the slightest interest in it, and those who have did not understand the language in which they could have learned it at first hand.

      An Account of the Past and Present State of the Isle of Man (), by George Woods (HTML at Manx Note Book) Filed under: Isle of Man -- Antiquities. Traces of the Norse Mythology in the Isle of Man (), by P. M. C. Kermode (illustrated HTML at ) Filed under: Isle of Man -- Biography. Traces of the Norse Mythology in the Isle of Man por Philip Moore Callow Kermode, , disponible en Book Depository con envío gratis.4/5(3).


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Folklore of the Isle of Man,] CHAPTER I. MYTHS CONNECTED WITH THE LEGENDARY HISTORY OF THE ISLE OF MAN. THE reliable history of a country may be said to date from the period when its written records begin.

Mythology & Folklore On the ancient kingdom of the Isle of Man, folklore and superstition are woven deep into the fabric of everyday life. Any land with a history as chequered as the Isle of Man's is bound to be rife with legend and superstition.

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Folk Lore of the Isle of Man book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Mostly a Christianized version of Manx folklore, lots of info on how folks lived in general. flag 1 like Like see review. Michael Kelly rated it really liked it review of another edition.4/5. Fiona Angwin, author of Manx Folk Tales, explains how she discovered Manx folklore and became a storyteller.

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Chapters include: Myths Connected With The Legendary History Of The Isle Of Man; Hagiological And Mytho-Historical Legends; Fairies And Familiar Spirits; Hobgoblins, Monsters, Giants, Mermaids, Apparitions, Etc; Magic, Witchcraft, Etc; Customs And.

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