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The Nine Peahens and the Golden Apples is Serbian epic poetry. Published for the first time as a fairy tale by Vuk Stefanović Karadžić in 1853. Later on it was published as a Bulgarian fairy tale by A. H. Wratislaw in his Sixty Folk-Tales from Exclusively Slavonic Sources, number 38 in 1890. Andrew Lang included it in The Violet Fairy Book. Ruth Manning-Sanders included it in The Glass Man and the Golden Bird: Hungarian Folk and Fairy Tales.

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The mythology of the British Islands : an introduction to Celtic myth, legend, poetry, and romance by Squire, Charles Published 1905 https://ia700406.us.archive.org/BookReader/BookReaderImages.php?zip=/32/items/mythologyofbrit00squi/mythologyofbrit00squi_jp2.zip&file=mythologyofbrit00squi_jp2/mythologyofbrit00squi_0001.jp2&scale=4&rotate=0

Celtic Myth and Legend Poetry and Romance By Charles Squire c.1912 - London - Gresham Publishing Ltd. 8.5 by 5.5; (xiv) 450pp.

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The Centuries' Poetry Chaucer to Shakespeare Penguin books first ed 1953 vol. 1

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