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If he had written some of the tales he told, and had sold the writing for many dollars, he would have been famous.

The Happy FamilyBertha Muzzy Bower

This new intellectual movement was at first purely literary, and affected merely the manner of writing novels, tales, and poems.

RussiaDonald Mackenzie Wallace

Of course Aino tales, like other tales, may also be treated from a literary point of view.

Aino Folk-TalesBasil Hall Chamberlain

It is significant that there is not a trace of Mariolatry in these tales and fables.

The important rôle played by the last in tales of the North of Europe has its counterpart in those of the South.

Italian Popular TalesThomas Frederick Crane

We shall study these tales as they are found in Irish texts.

She had a remarkable memory, and delighted to relate anecdotes and tales of the early settlement of the country.

He could lean forever against this wonderful man and listen to his tales.

The Mountain GirlPayne Erskine

My mother taught him the songs of the Baltic, and Hilda led his steps through the woodland with tales of hero and scald.

Harold, CompleteEdward Bulwer-Lytton

The tales of large wolf packs, Jesse insisted, were travelers' fancies.

Wilderness of SpringEdgar Pangborn


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