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Issue Details: First known date: 1891... 1891 Faery Stories
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Australian fairy tales.

Notes

  • Dedication: 'Ad Chloen.'

Contents

* Contents derived from the Adelaide, South Australia,:Petherick and Co. , 1891 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Goblin Glue, Charles L. Marson , 1891 single work children's fiction children's (p. 9-13)
The Blinding of Yewli, Charles L. Marson , 1891 single work children's fiction children's (p. 14-26)
Wirra's Scholar, Charles L. Marson , 1891 single work children's fiction children's (p. 25-35)
Troll Mukka and Dwarf Treblekin, Charles L. Marson , 1891 single work children's fiction children's (p. 36-49)
The Monks, Charles L. Marson , 1891 single work children's fiction children's (p. 50-56)
Tutivaly, the Black Dwarf King, Charles L. Marson , 1891 single work children's fiction children's (p. 57-69)
Through the Prickly Pear Hedge, Charles L. Marson , 1891 single work children's fiction children's (p. 70-77)
The Land of Cockain, Charles L. Marson , 1891 single work children's fiction children's (p. 78-87)
Red-Brick Brownie, Charles L. Marson , 1891 single work children's fiction children's (p. 88-98)

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y separately published work icon The Keys of Heaven : The Life of Revd Charles Marson Socialist Priest and Folk Song Collector David Sutcliffe , Nottingham : Cockasnook Books , 2010 Z1758713 2010 single work biography 'This is the first biography of Charles Marson, one of the early Christian Socialists. Born in 1859, he was ahead of his time in criticising his Church and Society for lack of social compassion. He was an influential journalist and author, collaborating with Edith Nesbit and Jerome K Jerome among others. In Somerset he partnered Cecil Sharp in the retrieval of English folk songs. All his life, he was a funny, articulate and inspiring figure.' (Publisher's blurb)
y separately published work icon The Keys of Heaven : The Life of Revd Charles Marson Socialist Priest and Folk Song Collector David Sutcliffe , Nottingham : Cockasnook Books , 2010 Z1758713 2010 single work biography 'This is the first biography of Charles Marson, one of the early Christian Socialists. Born in 1859, he was ahead of his time in criticising his Church and Society for lack of social compassion. He was an influential journalist and author, collaborating with Edith Nesbit and Jerome K Jerome among others. In Somerset he partnered Cecil Sharp in the retrieval of English folk songs. All his life, he was a funny, articulate and inspiring figure.' (Publisher's blurb)
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