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Cuentos de hadas y folklóricos del campesino irlandés.

Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry, W.B. Yeats (1865-1939)

 El lamento de Deidre (The Lament of Deidre, Samuel Ferguson)


 El niño robado (The Stolen Child, W.B. Yeats)
 Las hadas (The Fairies, William Allingham)
 Amo y hombre (Master and Man, Thomas Crofton Croker)
 Canción del fantasma (Song of the Ghost, Alfred Perceval Graves)
 Cómo Thomas Connolly conoció a la Banshee (How Thomas Connolly Met
the Banshee, J. Todhunter)
 Cucheen Loo (Cusheen Loo, J.J. Callanan)
 Daniel O' Rourke (Daniel O'Rourke, Thomas Crofton Croker)
 El alma del sacerdote (The Priest's Soul, Lady Wilde)
 El cordero negro (The Black Lamb, Lady Wilde)
 El destino de Frank McKenna (The Fate of Frank McKenna, William
Carleton)
 El encantamiento de Gearoidh Iarla (The Enchantment of Gearoidh Iarla,
Patrick Kennedy)
 El espino de las hadas (The Fairy Thorn, Samuel Ferguson)
 El flautista y el Puca (The Piper and the Púca, Douglas Hyde)
 El funeral de Flory Cantillon (Flory Cantillon's Funeral, Thomas Crofton
Croker)
 El gato demonio (The Demon Cat, Lady Wilde)
 El hada de Donegal (A Donegal Fairy, Letitia Maclintock)
 El hada enfermera (The Fairy Nurse, Edward Walsh)
 El Leprechaun o el hada zapatera (The Lepracaun; or, Fairy Shoemaker,
William Allingham)
 El muchacho radiante (The Radiant Boy, Catherine Crowe)
 El Pooka (The Pooka, W.B. Yeats)
 El Pooka de Kildare (The Kildare Pooka, Patrick Kennedy)
 El pozo de las hadas de Lagnanay (The Fairy Well of Lagnanay, Samuel
Ferguson)
 El pudín embrujado (The Pudding Bewitched, William Carleton)
 Fantasmas (Ghosts, W.B. Yeats)
 Far Darrig en Donegal (Far Darrig in Donegal, Letitia Maclintock)
 Frank Martin y las hadas (Frank Martin and the Fairies, William Carleton)
 Gigantes (Giants, W.B. Yeats)
 Grace Connor (Grace Connor, Letitia Maclintock)
 Jamie Freel y la joven dama (Jamie Freel and the Young Lady, Letitia
Maclintock)
 La balada del padre O'Hart (The Ballad of Father O'Hart, W.B. Yeats)
 La Banshee de los Mac Carthy (The Banshee of the Mac Carthys, Thomas
Crofton Croker)
 La bella haragana y sus tías (The Lazy Beauty and Her Aunts, Patrick
Kennedy)
 La bruja liebre (The Witch Hare, S.C. Hall)
 La cena del sacerdote (The Priest's Supper, Thomas Crofton)
 La esposa de Paddy Corcoran (Paddy Corcoran, William Carleton)
 La excursión de las brujas (The Witches' Excursion, Patrick Kennedy)
 La fábrica de cáscaras de huevo (The Brewery of Egg-Shells, Thomas Crofton
Croker)
 La gran cuchara (The Long Spoon, Patrick Kennedy)
 La historia del pequeño pájaro (The Story of the Little Bird, Thomas Crofton
Croker)
 La isla de los bendecidos (Hy-Brasail, Gerald Griffin)
 La isla fantasma (The Phantom Isle, Giraldus Cambrensis)
 La leyenda de Knockgrafton (The Legend of Knockgrafton, Thomas Crofton
Croker)
 La leyenda de Tyrone (A Legend of Tyrone, Ellen O'Leary)
 La mujer cornuda (The Horned Women, Lady Wilde)
 La princesa arrogante (The Haughty Princess, Patrick Kennedy)
 Las Banshee (The Banshee, W.B. Yeats)
 Las confesiones de Tom Bourke (The Confessions of Tom Bourke, Thomas
Crofton Croker)
 Las escaleras del gigante (The Giant's Stairs, Thomas Crofton Croker)
 Las hadas que marchan (The Trooping Fairies, W.B. Yeats)
 Las hadas solitarias (The Solitary Fairies, W.B. Yeats)
 Las jaulas de almas (The Soul Cages, Thomas Crofton Croker)
 Las manzanas doradas de Lough Erne (The Golden Apples of Lough Erne,
Abraham McCoy y Nicholas O'Kearney)
 La trucha blanca (The White Trout, Samuel Lover)
 Leprechaun (Leprecaun, W.B. Yeats)
 Los doce gansos salvajes (The Twelve Wild Geese, Patrick Kennedy)
 Los tres deseos (The Three Wishes, William Carleton)
 Mantequilla embrujada (Bewitched Butter, Letitia Maclintock)
 Munachar y Manachar (Munachar and Manachar, Douglas Hyde)
 Santos, sacerdotes (Saints, Priests, W.B. Yeats)
 Teig O'Kane y el cadáver (Tadhg Ó Cáthán and the Corpse, Douglas Hyde)
 Tyeer-na-n-oge (Tyeer-na-n-oge, W.B. Yeats)
 Una bruja del condado de la reina (A Queen's County Witch, John Keegan)
 Una leyenda de Knockmany (A Legend of Knockmany, William Carleton)
 Un sueño (A Dream, William Allingham)