Hunter, Mollie

New York: Hyperion, 1994. First edition, first printing This story is a much-condensed but faithful retelling of an old tale from the Scottish Highlands, as told in Gaelic to John Dewar by Angus Campbell, quarryman, Knockderry, Roseneath, Scotland, and written down in the Gaelic by Dewar. Translated into English by John Francis Campbell, it was then published in Edinburgh in 1860 as MAC IAIN DIREACH in Volume 2 of Campbell's collection of West Highland tales. 36 pages. It has curses, giants, castles, magic, a falcon, a prince, and, of course, a beautiful princess. Very fine in very fine and bright dust jacket. An as new copy. Hardcover 1-56282-517-8 (Item ID: 14862)


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