Violet Fairy Book cover

Violet Fairy Book

Andrew Lang (1844-1912)

1. 00 - Preface
2. 01 - A Tale of the Tontlawald
3. 02 - The Finest Liar in the World
4. 03 - The Story of Three Wonderful Beggars
5. 04 - Schippeitaro
6. 05 - The Three Princes and Their Beasts
7. 06 - The Goat's Ears of the Emperor Trojan
8. 07 - The Nine Pea-Hens and the Golden Apples
9. 08 - The Lute Player
10. 09 - The Grateful Prince
11. 10 - The Child Who Came from an Egg
12. 11 - Stan Bolovan
13. 12 - The Two Frogs
14. 13 - The Story of a Gazelle
15. 14 - How a Fish Swam in the Air and a Hare in the Water
16. 15 - Two in a Sack
17. 16 - The Envious Neighbour
18. 17 - The Fairy of the Dawn
19. 18 - The Enchanted Knife
20. 19 - Jesper Who Herded The Hares
21. 20 - The Underground Workers
22. 21 - The History of Dwarf Long Nose
23. 22 - The Nunda, Eater of People
24. 23 - The Story of Hassebu
25. 24 - The Maiden With the Wooden Helmet
26. 25 - The Monkey and the Jelly-Fish
27. 26 - The Headless Dwarfs
28. 27 - The Young Man Who Would Have His Eyes Opened
29. 28 - The Boys With the Golden Stars
30. 29 - The Frog
31. 30 - The Princess Who Was Hidden Underground
32. 31 - The Girl Who Pretended to be a Boy
33. 32 - The Story of Halfman
34. 33 - The Prince Who Wanted to See the World
35. 34 - Virgilius the Sorcerer
36. 35 - Mogarzea and His Son

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Summary

Andrew Lang’s Violet Fairy Book (1901) was a beautifully produced and illustrated edition of fairy tales that has become a classic. This was one of many other collections of fairy tales, collectively known as Andrew Lang’s Fairy Books.