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Scottish Folklore (Chamber Mini Guides) (1991)

by Isobel E. Williams

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Everyone in Scotland is confronted daily with items of folklore, whether it be the local name for a flower, a building or a football team; in passing one of the many pubs with names evocative of the Jacobite rebellion or some long-forgotten hero; or by some superstitious belief or relic of an old religion.
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This guide to Scottish folklore provides an introduction to the topic and covers Scottish folklorists. The author provides a list of Scottish folklore collectors and an A-Z of Scottish folklore from Alba to the Young Pretender, and from Quarter Days to the thistle.

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