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Indian Fairy Tales by Joseph Jacobs
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Indian Fairy Tales (1892)

by Joseph Jacobs

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Book Description: NY, Dover, 1969. Trade paperback. 255pp. illustrated by John D. Batton. A very near fine copy.
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The Bodhisatta was at one time born in the region of Himavanta as a white crane; now Brahmadatta was at that time reigning in Benares.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0486218287, Paperback)

A leading British folklorist presents this now-classic compilation of 29 traditional tales from India. Nine full-page plates and 37 other drawings illustrate "The Lion and the Crane," "Sun, Moon, and Wind Go Out to Dinner," "The Prince and the Fakir," "The Talkative Tortoise," "Why the Fish Laughed," and other fables.

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Twenty-nine traditional tales from India include "The Tiger, the Brahman, and the Jackal," "The Lion and the Crane," and "Why the Fish Laughed."

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