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Norwegian folktales Norwegian folktales, slightly modernised to make the reading easier.

  1. The Pancake
  2. One's Own Children Are Always Prettiest
  3. The New Breeches
  4. The Cock and Hen
  5. Bushy Bride
  6. Farmer Weathersky
  7. Gudbrand on the Hill-Side
  8. The Seven Foals
  9. Thumbikin
  10. The Cock, the Cuckoo, and the Blackcock
  11. The Three Billy-Goats Gruff
  12. Dapplegrim, the Great Horse
  13. The Master-Smith
  14. The Boy Who Went to the North Wind
  15. Buttercup
  16. Big Bird Dam
  17. Tatterhood
  18. True and Untrue
  19. Rumble-Mumble Goose-Egg
  20. The Ashlad Who Made the Princess Say "That's a lie!"
  21. Three Strong Waves
  22. The Cormorants of Udrost
  23. The Giant's Mountain
  24. East of the Sun and West of the Moon
  25. The Peasant Woman Who Was Changed into a Woodpecker
  26. Bear and Fox
  27. The Fox as Herdsman
  28. The Cat on the Dovrefjell
  29. Well Done and Ill Paid
  30. The Husband Who Was to Mind the House
  31. The Cock and Hen that Went to the Dovrefjell
  32. The Lad and the Devil
  33. The Cock and Hen A-Nutting
  34. The Ashlad Who Ate a Match with the Troll
  35. Why the Sea Is Salt
  36. Katie Woodencloak
  37. Soria Moria Castle
  38. The Giant without a Heart in his Body
  39. The Squire's Bride
  40. The Twelve Ducks
  41. The Mastermaid
  1. Hacon Grizzlebeard
  2. Rich Peter the Pedlar
  3. Lord Peter
  4. Goosey Grizzel
  5. The Hare and the Heiress
  6. The Mound Folk Hope for Salvation
  7. The Honest Penny
  8. The Sheep and the Pig Who Set Up House
  9. Two Stepsisters
  10. The Ashlad and the Beasts
  11. The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse
  12. The Companion
  13. Espen Ashlad and Redfoks
  14. The Golden Castle that Hung in the Air
  15. The Lads Who Met the Trolls in the Hedale Woods
  16. The Way of the World
  17. Three Years without Wages
  18. The Skipper and Old Nick
  19. Per Gynt (Legends)
  20. The Cat on the Dovre-Mountain. Two Versions
  21. Let Go of the Root, Catch the Fox-foot
  22. Bruin and Reynard as Partners
  23. Reynard wants to Taste Horse-flesh
  24. Bruin Goodfellow
  25. The Father of the Family
  26. The Storehouse Key in the Disdaff
  27. Silly Men and Cunning Wives
  28. Shortshanks
  29. The Priest and the Clerk
  30. The Ashlad and his Crew
  31. Father Bruin in the Corner
  32. The Boy Who Raised the Treasure
  33. The Three Princesses in the Blue Mountain
  34. The Interrupted Fairy Wedding
  35. Pork and Honey
  36. The Hog Who Was so Tired of His Way of Living
  37. The Silver King
  38. Dyre Vaa
Painting by Norwegian folktales artist Theodor Kittelsen. Section.

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