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By Andrew Lang

The Olive Fairy Book contains strange tales from Turkey, India, Denmark, Armenia, the Sudan, and the pen of Anatole France. yet all the tales are advised within the universal language of the fairy story, and their heroes — the fairway Knight who's stored by means of a soup made of 9 snakes, the stunning Dorani who flies each evening to fairyland, the king who is familiar with the language of the animals — could be welcome to childrens and grown-ups alike.
All in all, this assortment includes 29 tales, all narrated in transparent vigorous prose. not just are Lang's collections usually thought of to comprise the simplest English models of the traditional tales; they're the richest and widest in range.
"Admirable sequence of photographic reprints of the 1st variants. Altogether first-class value." — New York overview of Books.

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