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Author: Andrew Lang
A collection of traditional fairy tales from the folklore of Russia, Germany, France, Iceland, and America.
When I was in high school I worked part time for our Public Library as a "Page". I was able to read all the fairy books and loved them. They are not vicious, they have morals. I did not become a witch hunter because of them, but have learned that we should not jump to conclusions about people and the situations we find. I grew up to be tolerant of others mistakes and to allow others to have their own opionions. I do not understand why anyone would want to keep these books from being read by all generations.
Historical mysteries of lot of people together with lot of researches.
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