4 edition of Tales from Barra found in the catalog.
Tales from Barra
Includes bibliographical references (p. 158-159)
|Statement||told by the Coddy (John MacPherson, Northbay, Barra, 1876-1955) ; with foreword by Compton Mackenzie ; and introduction and notes by J.L. Campbell|
|Contributions||Campbell, John Lorne, 1906-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||159 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||159|
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This edition includes a large number of traditional tales told in the inimitable style of The Coddy, grouped in a number of themed sections: Tales of the Macneils of Barra and Other Lairds - The MacLeods of Dunvegan 5/5(8). An eclectic collection of folk tales from Barra and its surrounding small islands, recorded in the s by the Gàidhlig folklorist John Lorne Campbell from local storyteller Iain MacPherson - /5(3).
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Tales 5/5(8). Tales From Barra: Told By the Coddy Paperback – January 1, by John Macpherson (Author)Author: John Macpherson. John Macpherson has 71 books on Goodreads with ratings.
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This edition includes a large number of traditional tales told in the inimitable style of The Coddy, grouped in a number of themed sections: Tales of the Macneils of Barra and Other Lairds - The MacLeods of Dunvegan - The Laird of Boisdale - Stories of Olden Times - Ecclesiastical Traditions - Place-names - Tales of Treasure - Tales of Local Characters - Stories of the Politician - Stories of Sea Monsters.
Books set in Isle of Barra, Western Isles, Scotland: [The Last of Us, Tales from Barra: Told by The Coddy, Insurrection: Scotland's Famine Winter. The tales and stories of John MacPherson of Barra, "The Coddy", are included in this text for students of folklore, those interested in the tales, traditions and history of the west, or anyone who likes a good story.
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The tales and stories of John MacPherson of Barra, "The Coddy", are included in this text for students of folklore, those interested in the tales, traditions and history of the west, or anyone who This was the inspiration for Compton Mackenzie's "Whisky Galore".
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Foreword by Compton Mackenzie. Introduction and notes by John Lorne Campbell. The tales and stories of John MacPherson - The Coddy - were an instant success on their first publication, and they have been in constant demand ever since.
Leugh Mairead Anna 'Tales from Barra: Told by The Coddy' san sgoil. More clips from Leugh Mi/Book Show. Tha a' chiad roghainn aig Calum gar toirt gu dùthaich eile. Additional Physical Format: Online version: MacPherson, John, December Tales of Barra.
Edinburgh, Printed for the editor by W. & A.K. Johnston & G.W. Tales from Barra, Told by the Coddy. Edited, with foreword by Compton MacKenzie and introduction by Campbell who also transcribed the Gaelic versions. The tales in English [most of them in the book] were taken down in shorthand by Sheila Lockett.
Tales from an Island This omnibus edition of Christina Hall’s memoirs brings together her two books, To the Edge of the Sea and Twice around the Bay.
To the Edge of the Sea is an enchanting and moving memoir; Christina Hall writes with sharp observation about her childhood on the Hebridean island of South Uist in the s and 50s. John Lorne Campbell has 22 books on Goodreads with ratings. John Lorne Campbell’s most popular book is Scottish Folk and Fairy Tales.
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