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A New Solution Of The Fairy Problem David MacRitchie The Celtic Review Vol. Vl. No. 22, October 15, 1909 by David MacRitchie Editor Prof.Mackinnon & Miss E.C.Carmichael - Paperback - First Edition - 1909 - from Three Geese In Flight Celtic Books (SKU: ABE-249814)

A New Solution Of The Fairy Problem David MacRitchie The Celtic Review Vol. Vl. No. 22, October 15, 1909

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A New Solution Of The Fairy Problem David MacRitchie The Celtic Review Vol. Vl. No. 22, October 15, 1909

by David MacRitchie Editor Prof.Mackinnon & Miss E.C.Carmichael

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Good+ Original 1909 Celtic Knot Design Large Stiff Wrappers. NOT a library copy Clean Interior. Some chipping to paper spine.192pp rare Celtic studies by the author and daughter of the Carmina Gadelica,Edinburgh:. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Original 1909 Celtic Knot Design Large Stiff Wrappers. includes Isle of Man's connections to Ireland by.A.W.Moore,'Conn, Son of the Red, Donald Mackenzie'. One of the most important controversial works on the origin and belief in the "Celtic Fairy Faith" here, "A New Solution Of The Fairy Problem'" David MacRitchie,much more Gaelic grammar book reviews, etc.Celtic studies our passion since 1977

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ABE-249814
Title
A New Solution Of The Fairy Problem David MacRitchie The Celtic Review Vol. Vl. No. 22, October 15, 1909
Author
David MacRitchie Editor Prof.Mackinnon & Miss E.C.Carmichael
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Paperback
Book condition
Used - Good
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Edition
First Edition
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Celtic Review
Place of Publication
Edinburgh
Date published
1909
Keywords
celtic fairy faith david mac ritchie pictish fairies scottish sidhe folk claurican celtic design celtic review scotland celtic art deco diminutive fairies sidhe folk
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Scottish; Celtic Studies; Cornish/Brittany/Isle Of Man;
Size
8vo

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