THE WELL OF THE WORLD'S END by Seumas MacManus

THE WELL OF THE WORLD'S END

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KIRKUS REVIEW

At the other end of the age group -- this is a read-aloud collection of stories reminiscent of the tall tales of Cuchulain in Celtic legend. The subject matter deals with kings and princes, with humble youths and daring feats, with lovely princesses, with giants and magic. Boastfulness and wit, characteristic of the race. Tales told with color and effective repetition. Good folk quality.

Pub Date: Aug. 8th, 1939
Publisher: Macmillan