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Tuscan Folk-Lore and Sketches

Tuscan Folk-Lore and Sketches, Together with Some Other Papers by Isabella M. Anderton

I read it mainly for the folk tales, which are listed up front and have some interesting variants on familiar tales. "Monte Rochettino" managed to thoroughly twist the ending of "East of the Sun, West of the Moon."
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