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1 Anderson, Frank W. SHERIFFS AND OUTLAWS OF WESTERN CANADA.
(Frontier Publishing, Calgary, Alberta, 1973). 
100 pp, 10 1/2" H, soft cover (stapled in wraps). B&w photographs, maps, drawings. "In response to numerous requests for a book dealing exclusively with western Canadian gunmen and law enforcement officers, we have taken 39 of the best stories from 'Sagas of the Canadian West' and reproduced them here." Contents include: The First Shootout; Town Tamers; The McLean Gang; Ernest Chashel; Bulldog Kelly; The Wood Mountain Mob; Crackerbox Bill; Vigilante Action; Cariboo Killers; Cariboo Rowlands Caper; Manitoba's Krafchenko Problem; Ben Hales, Badman; Gus Brede, Smuggler; The Last Highwayman; The Dog and Big Rib, etc., etc. Interior - light browning to page edges, two pages with top corner crease, otherwise clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - previous owners name address on front cover, small ink doodle on rear cover, cover edges browning. G+ 
Price: 10.00 USD
 
 
SAGAS OF VASTER BRITAIN:  POEMS OF THE RACE, THE EMPIRE AND THE DIVINITY OF MAN., Campbell, Wilfred.
2 Campbell, Wilfred. SAGAS OF VASTER BRITAIN: POEMS OF THE RACE, THE EMPIRE AND THE DIVINITY OF MAN.
Musson, Toronto, 1914, first edition. 
163 pp, 8vo (8 13/16" H), hard cover (red cloth with gold lettering and decorations/black borders on spines and front boards) - no dust jacket. Tissue-covered frontispiece. Christmas gift inscription on free front endpaper, pages browning lightly, a little weakness to inside front hinge, book slightly cracked at pages 48/48 & 64/65, small chip/tear at fore-edge of page 129/130 - archivally taped, light edge wear, faint partial small cup-ring mark on front board, wrinkling at top/bo t t o m o f s p ine, slight fading to spine color, light browning to edges of textblock. Very Good 
Price: 30.00 USD
 
 
CELTIC TALES., Chmelova, Elena.  Foreword by Frank Delaney.
3 Chmelova, Elena. Foreword by Frank Delaney. CELTIC TALES.
Twickenham Tiger Books International 1998 1840560266 / 9781840560268 Hard Cover Very Good Very Good Zdenka Krejcova. 
205 pp, 4to (11" H). Pictorial endpapers. B&w and colour illustrations. A collection of 21 "most unusual folk and fairy tales. The Irish stories go back to the great Sagas, and there are also Celtic tales from Scotland, Wales and Brittany. The characters - kings, elves, peasants, monsters, heroes and lovely ladies - talk to one another the way real people do. The countryside as it was long ago is precisely and powerfully evoked; the stories are full of high adventure and romance, humour and pathos. They take the reader into a world of fantasy which is at the same time intensely real." Contents: Foreword; Introduction; King Conal's Horse (Ireland); How Gwion Became the Most Renowned of All the Singers (Wales); The Silver Hare (Brittany); Jamie and the Sleeping Beauty (Ireland); Big-Eyes (Wales); Diarmuid Redbeard the Magician (Ireland); The Three Miller's Sons (Brittany); The Fruit from the Garden of Vleago (Ireland); Glen Gowan (Scotland); The Truthful Prince (Galicia); Liam Donn (Ireland); How the Proud Town of Is Was Engulfed by the Sea (Brittany); How the Fisherman's Wife Saved the Elf-Queen's Child (Scotland); Master Goban (Ireland); How the Beautiful Helen Became Queen of Rome (Wales); How the Korrigans Dried their Gold (Brittany); Foxglove and the Little People (Ireland); How Janet Fought against the Queen of the Elves (Scotland); The Princess from the Enchanted Castle (Ireland); The Younger Brother (Brittany); What the Storyteller Did when He Ran out of Stories (Ireland). Bump to top of rear hinge. Dust jacket has very light edge wrinkling, creases at top of rear hinge, very light 1 1/2" line indentation on front panel picture, minor rubbing. 
Price: 18.00 USD
 
 
CELTIC TALES., Chmelova, Elena.  Foreword by Frank Delaney.
4 Chmelova, Elena. Foreword by Frank Delaney. CELTIC TALES.
Twickenham Tiger Books International 1998 1840560266 / 9781840560268 Hard Cover Very Good Very Good Zdenka Krejcova. 
205 pp, 4to (11" H). Pictorial endpapers. B&w and colour illustrations. A collection of 21 "most unusual folk and fairy tales. The Irish stories go back to the great Sagas, and there are also Celtic tales from Scotland, Wales and Brittany. The characters - kings, elves, peasants, monsters, heroes and lovely ladies - talk to one another the way real people do. The countryside as it was long ago is precisely and powerfully evoked; the stories are full of high adventure and romance, humour and pathos. They take the reader into a world of fantasy which is at the same time intensely real." Contents: Foreword; Introduction; King Conal's Horse (Ireland); How Gwion Became the Most Renowned of All the Singers (Wales); The Silver Hare (Brittany); Jamie and the Sleeping Beauty (Ireland); Big-Eyes (Wales); Diarmuid Redbeard the Magician (Ireland); The Three Miller's Sons (Brittany); The Fruit from the Garden of Vleago (Ireland); Glen Gowan (Scotland); The Truthful Prince (Galicia); Liam Donn (Ireland); How the Proud Town of Is Was Engulfed by the Sea (Brittany); How the Fisherman's Wife Saved the Elf-Queen's Child (Scotland); Master Goban (Ireland); How the Beautiful Helen Became Queen of Rome (Wales); How the Korrigans Dried their Gold (Brittany); Foxglove and the Little People (Ireland); How Janet Fought against the Queen of the Elves (Scotland); The Princess from the Enchanted Castle (Ireland); The Younger Brother (Brittany); What the Storyteller Did when He Ran out of Stories (Ireland). Bump to top of spine, tiny bump to three corners. Dust jacket has light wrinkling to top of spine and flap-folds. 
Price: 17.50 USD
 
 
McAUSLAN IN THE ROUGH AND OTHER STORIES.  (CONTAINS:  BO GEESTY; JOHNNIE COPE IN THE MORNING; GENERAL KNOWLEDGE, PRIVATE INFORMATION; PARFIT GENTIL KNIGHT, BUT; FLY MEN; McAUSLAN IN THE ROUGH; HIS MAJESTY SAYS GOOD-DAY.), Fraser, George MacDonald.  Dust jacket art by Philip Van Aver.
5 Fraser, George MacDonald. Dust jacket art by Philip Van Aver. McAUSLAN IN THE ROUGH AND OTHER STORIES. (CONTAINS: BO GEESTY; JOHNNIE COPE IN THE MORNING; GENERAL KNOWLEDGE, PRIVATE INFORMATION; PARFIT GENTIL KNIGHT, BUT; FLY MEN; McAUSLAN IN THE ROUGH; HIS MAJESTY SAYS GOOD-DAY.)
Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1974, first US edition. 
209 pp, 8vo (8 1/2" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 0394493036 "Once again, George MacDonald Fraser turns from the gloriously scandalous Flashman sagas to chronicle the hilarious postwar adventures of a certain very Scottish Highland Regiment, which first swung into view in 'The General Danced at Dawn' and is the home of the shambling Tartan Caliban, Private McAuslan, the Dirtiest Soldier in the World, and his sorely tried commander, Lieutenant Dand MacNeil. Here are further ast o n i s h i n g episodes as McAuslan and MacNeill - Scottish Piltdown Man versus that flower of regimental dash and cunning - are pitted against each other in: The Desert Mystery of Port Yarhuna; The Great Regimental Quiz; McAuslan in Love; And His F in es t (a nd F un niest) Hour....as caddy to that rugged Caledonian Eminence, The Regimental Sergeant Major, in a golf game whose ferocity and intrigue make the Open Championship at the Royal and Ancient Golf Club in St. Andrews pale into obliv ion . A H ig hla nd Fli ng of a book, bursting with joyous recollection; a toast to absent friends and to a world gone by." Fading to top/bottom edges of boards, very small bump at corners, previous owner's bookplate on front pastedown, two creases at bo ttom co rner of pag es 205/6, tiny tear at top of page 59/60, light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, very light edge wear, faint cigarette odor. Dust jacket has very light browning at edges, light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine and fla p-fo lds . Go od+/ Very Good 
Price: 22.50 USD
 
 
6 Greenway, John L. THE GOLDEN HORNS: MYTHIC IMAGINATION AND THE NORDIC PAST.
Athens University of Georgia Press 1977 0820303844 / 9780820303840 Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good 
226 pp, 9 5/16" H. "As an introduction to modern myth, (this book) masterfully encompasses a wide circle of historical and literary materials. John Greenway examines first the nature of time in the mythic consciousness, then the role of the Nordic past as a myth of origins from the Renaissance through the romantics. Only in the various forms of myth can man find identity, the author argues, and he sees the varying images of the Viking past as unconscious attempts by northern nations to legitimize their own values. Central to (his) methodology is his discussion of the sacred in language not itself sacred and the failure of modern myth to make the primitive distinction between the sacred and the profane. The author establishes the theoretical base of his discussion by examining the nature of time in mythic consciousness in terms of Norse myth. After suggesting several ways in which the mythic apprehension of reality conditioned medieval Icelandic narrative, (he) elaborates on the dialectical relationship between myth and reason, using as an example the conversion of the Germanic tribes to Christianity. Maintaining that myth is neither true nor false but always either expressive or not, Greenway traces the origin, rise, and fall of two great modern myths of northern birth: Swedish Gothicism in the seventeenth century and the Ossianic craze of the eighteenth. Both myths, one social, the other literary, illustrate the singular tension in the modern mind between mythic imperatives and the impulse to de-mythologize. Finally, 'The Golden Horns' traces the romantic belief in a 'new mythology' which synthesizes myth and reason from its early acceptance through its eventual repudiation. In his conclusions about the state of myth in the modern world, Greenway postulates that we have inherited the romantic respect for myth as truth but lack the romantic faith in transcendence necessary to establish myth's reality. We are trapped in a physical and moral world which we, as romantics, recognize to be symbolic in its representations, but we lack a belief in the transcendental reality of these symbols." Previous owner's name, date and small notation on title page. Dust jacket is price clipped, has light wear and wrinkling at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
THE WORLD GUIDE TO GNOMES, FAIRIES, ELVES AND OTHER LITTLE PEOPLE., Keightley, Thomas.
7 Keightley, Thomas. THE WORLD GUIDE TO GNOMES, FAIRIES, ELVES AND OTHER LITTLE PEOPLE.
New York Avenel 1978 0517263130 / 9780517263136 Hard Cover Very Good Very Good 
560 pp, 8vo (8 1/4" H). B&w illustrations. First Avenel reprinting of the 1878 G. Bell edition. "Kelpies, Korrigans, Pixies and Peries, Deeves, Brownies, and Bugaboos - these are just a few of the fantastic figures you will encounter in this unique collection of fairy mythology. Gnomes, faries, and elves of every imaginable size, shape, color, and demeanor spring to life in this marvelously illustrated guide to the fairy realm. Just one glance at the extensive table of contents reveals the scope and variety of fairy folklore explored here - from Persian and Arabian romance to the mythology of Scandinavia, England, France, Germany, and Switzerland. In addition, the author includes sections dealing with the more obscure fairy folkore and tradition of Greece, Spain, Italy, Africa, and the Middle East. Indeed, (he) has left no stone unturned in accomplishing the task he set for himself: 'to collect, arrange and classify and give under one point of view the various ideas and legends respecting fairies and similar beings of the popular creed.' Taken from a variety of sources of popular myth and legend, (it) forms a rich compendium of the superstitions surrounding those enchanting lesser deities, 'the little people'. Not only does (he) explore every type and species, but he also traces resemblances and similarities among the fairy traditions of different countries. For instance, did you know that the Nis (Scandianavia), the Kobold (Germany), and the Goblin (England) are all names for one species, which appears in Scotland under the name of Brownie, and that the Brownie is a person of small stature and wrinkled visage, is covered with short and curly brown hair, and wears a brown mantle and hood? In addition, Keightley discusses the fairy tradition as it appears in major works of English literature, from the Middle Age epic of 'Beowulf' and Chaucer's 'Canterbury Tales' to Spencer's 'The Faerie Queene' and Shakespeare's 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'." Light wear/wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, two repaired small tears at top of spine. Dust jacket has several archivally taped tears - mainly at top of spine/hinges - one with creases, light browning at top inside of spine. 
Price: 19.95 USD
 
 
KINGS, GODS & SPIRITS FROM AFRICAN MYTHOLOGY.  WORLD MYTHOLOGIES SERIES., Knappert, Jan.  Illustrations by Francesca Pelizzoli.
8 Knappert, Jan. Illustrations by Francesca Pelizzoli. KINGS, GODS & SPIRITS FROM AFRICAN MYTHOLOGY. WORLD MYTHOLOGIES SERIES.
Schocken, New York, (1986). 
92 pp, 4to (11" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 0888945302 Beautifully and profusely illustrated in color and b&w. "....tells the myths and legends of the peoples of Africa....The stories in this book have been passed down for generations and are still told and retold today. They include tales of gods, spirits and ghosts; sagas about famous heroes, warriors and royal leaders; and fables about the animals which play such an important part in the everyday life of the countrysid e . " C o n t e nts: Africa and its people; In the beginning; Kings and kingdoms; The world of the spirits; Magic animals; Monsters and prodigies; Tales of the heroes; Fables from Africa; The saints of Islam; Symbols in the African myths and legend s; T he ma in s ou rc es; Index. Minor bump to top of front board, two very small areas of color loss at top of free front endpaper due to pencil erasure. Dust jacket has light wear at top of rear flap, very light wrinklle at top of spine. VG+ /VG + 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
THE POLAR PASSION:  THE QUEST FOR THE NORTH POLE.  WITH SELECTIONS FROM ARCTIC JOURNALS., Mowat, Farley.  (Thorgisl Orrabeinsfostri, Robert Bylot, William Baffin, Elisha Kent Kane, Charels Francis Hall, George Tyson, Adolphus Greely, Fridtjof Nansen, Frederick Cook.)
9 Mowat, Farley. (Thorgisl Orrabeinsfostri, Robert Bylot, William Baffin, Elisha Kent Kane, Charels Francis Hall, George Tyson, Adolphus Greely, Fridtjof Nansen, Frederick Cook.) THE POLAR PASSION: THE QUEST FOR THE NORTH POLE. WITH SELECTIONS FROM ARCTIC JOURNALS.
Toronto McClelland & Stewart 1967 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Good+ 
303 pp, 12 1/4" H. Profusely illustrated with reproductions, drawings, maps, photographs. Contents: Foreword; The First Steps North: The Saga of Thorgisl Orrabeinsfostri c. 997 A.D.; The Bay of Disbelief: The Fifth Voyage of Robert Bylot and Wm. Baffin, 1616; A Moth to the Flame: Elisha Kent Kane, Arctic Explorations, 1853-55; Life on an Ice-Floe: Charles Francis Hall, Life Among the Esquimaux, 1865 / George Tyson, Wonderful Drift, 1871-73; Lieut. Greely Sees It Through: Adolphus Greely, Three Years of Arctic Service, 1881-84; The Inland Ice: Fridtjof Nansen, The First Crossing of Greenland, 1888; The Passion Quickens: A Survey - 1892-1906; The Top of the World: Frederick Cook, My Attainment of the Pole, 1907-08; Epilogue; Sources and Acknowledgements; Index. Very light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, two very tiny stains on top of text block, very light edge wear. Dust jacket has light to moderate edge wear/creasing, a few small edge tears and chips - tears archivally taped, light fading to spine color, light rubbing a few small faint foxing marks on inside. 
Price: 30.00 USD
 
 
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF NEWFOUNDLAND,  VOLUME I & VOLUME II., O'Dea, Agnes C., compiler.  Edited by Anne Alexander.  Foreword by Dr. L. Harris.
10 O'Dea, Agnes C., compiler. Edited by Anne Alexander. Foreword by Dr. L. Harris. BIBLIOGRAPHY OF NEWFOUNDLAND, VOLUME I & VOLUME II.
Toronto University of Toronto Press 1986 0802024025 / 9780802024022 First Editions Hard Cover Very Good+ 
Volume I - 826 pp, volume II paged 827-1450 pp. - 9 1/2" H, bound in brown cloth with white lettering on spines and front boards, wraparound illustrations in black on covers. Contents: Foreword; Preface; Collections and Sources; Bibliography (Chronological Sequence / Annuals); Indexes (Author / Title / Subject. "Reaching back as far as the Norse sagas, the recorded history of Newfoundland is the oldest in North America. Now for the first time a comprehensive bibliography of Newfoundland and Labrador brings together the written records of five centuries. The entries, many never before listed, include books, pamphlets, government documents, unpublished theses and reports, lettters, diaries, and films." Volume 1 has a small tear to paper at top of inside front hinge, light wrinkling at top/bottom of spines. 
Price: 110.00 USD
 
 
11 Palsson, Hermann and Edwards, Paul, translated from the Icelandic and introduced by. ORKNEYINGA SAGA: THE HISTORY OF THE EARLS OF ORKNEY.
London Hogarth Press 1978 0701204311 / 9780701204310 Second Impression. Hard Cover Very Good- Very Good- 
223 pp, 8 3/4" H. B&w maps, photographs. "This is a new translation of the only Norse Saga concerned with what is now part of the British Isles. It tells the story of the Earldom established by the King of Norway in the Northern Scottish islands in the ninth century. After a brief introduction, set in the remote world of legend and myth, it describes the Norse conquest of the Isles and relates the subsequent history of the Earldom of Orkney. It is for a period of three and a half centuries not only the main authority for the history of Northern Scotland, but an important document of the greater period of Viking expansion. For the people of Orkney and Shetland 'Orkneyinga Saga' has a special significance. It might be called their secular scripture, inviting them to recognise themselves as the inheritors and custodians of a dual culture, both Norse and Scottish. In the Viking period, Orkeny and Scotland were a crossroads where Celtic, Scottish and Scandinavian cultures met. Many of the Earls were striking personalities. The first was the father of Hrolf, the conqueror of Normandy. Several, including Sigurd, who was killed in Ireland at the battle of Clontarf, travelled widely to plunder and do battle. Two were Saints: Magnus the Martyr, still revered in Orkeny, and Rognvald, who built the cathedral dedicated to St. Magnus and visited Jerusalem on pilgrimage. (This) is also a most attractive and highly personal work of literature, which often quotes Skaldic songs, the original material of all sagas." Previous owner's name in ink on free front endpaper, soft corner crease on contents page, one small and three tiny corner bumps, very light edge wear, minor wrinkling at bottom of spine. Dust jacket has light to moderate edge wrinkling - mainly at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds, very light edge wear, light fading to spine color, one very small edge tear archivally taped. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
12 Palsson, Hermann and Edwards, Paul, translated, with introduction by. ORKNEYINGA SAGA: THE HISTORY OF THE EARLS OF ORKNEY.
London Penguin 1987 0140443835 / 9780140443837 Reprint Soft Cover Very Good 
251 pp + maps, small 8vo (7 3/4" H). B&w maps. "Written around A.D.1200 by an unnamed Icelandic author, the 'Orkneyinga Saga' is the only medieval chronicle to have Orkney as the central place of action, and from it we derive much of our knowledge of the Northern Isles and Caithness. The 'Saga' describes the conquest of the islands by the kings of Norway during the Viking expansion of the ninth century and goes on to narrate the subsequent history of the Earldom of Orkney. Dominated by the great figures of the times - Sigurd the Powerful, St Magnus the Martyr and Hrolf, the conqueror of Normandy - the 'Saga' is a powerful account of warfare and the struggle for supremacy. This modern translation captures the force of the 'Orkneyinga Saga', which retains a special significance for the people of Orkney, sharpening their awareness of their dual cultural heritage, both Norse and Scottish." Interior - light browning to pages, otherwise clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - minor edge wear/wrinkling, small closed tear at top of front hinge. 
Price: 10.00 USD
 
 
13 Sullivan, K.E. INDIAN MYTHS & LEGENDS.
Brockhampton, (London, 1998). 
128 pp, 4to, hard cover in dust jacket. Beautifully and magically illustrated in color with reproductions of paintings and etechings. "The subject matter of these tales is hugely varied, ranging from cosmology, philosophy and religious interplay to commanding and frightening stories of demons, animals and gods. Each one elucidates popular superstitions and Indian concepts of life and death which are often alien to the Western reader, yet extraordinarily imaginative and utterly enthralling... (this book) is a dazzling collection of the most captivating of these Eastern tales, vividly retold and illustrated...gathers together the legends and sagas...in a powerful tribute to the heroism, intricate philosophy and religious beliefs of the Indian people." Very minor edge wear to dust jacket. This is a new, unread book - bright and clean. NF/VG+ 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
14 Sullivan, K.E. SCOTTISH MYTHS & LEGENDS.
London Brockhampton 1998 1860192173 / 9781860192173 Hard Cover Fine Near Fine 
128 pp, 11 11/16" H. Beautifully and magically illustrated in color with pictures by Arthur Rackam, Charles Robinson, Richard Doyle, Birkett-Foster, Millais, etc., etc. "Celtic myths and legends, Hebridean Gaelic tradition, recordings of Lowland cairds, children's tales, fireside storytelling and local accounts are all threads of the complicated cultural tapestry that defines the Scottish intellect, where oral tradition is still an important part of daily life. Heroic tales of the Scots, for many years preserved only in oral form, comprise some of the most enthralling and exhilarating literature ever to emerge from ancient Europe. Peopled by gods, witchcraft, ghosts and evil spirits, sea-folk and spirited queens, noble warriors, fairies, magical animals, goblins and wizards, the mythology of the Scots is unsurpassed in variety, spirit and charm. Celebrating the compelling appeal of the fiery Scottish tradition, this book gathers together the legends and sagas of both bygone cultures and more contemporary interpretations, in a powerful tribute to the heroism, romance and mystery of the Scottish people." Very minor wear at top/bottom of spine. 
Price: 18.00 USD
 
 
THE WOMAN'S ENCYCLOPEDIA OF MYTHS AND SECRETS., Walker, Barbara G.
15 Walker, Barbara G. THE WOMAN'S ENCYCLOPEDIA OF MYTHS AND SECRETS.
San Francisco Harper & Row 1983 0062509268 / 9780062509260 5th Printing Hard Cover Very Good - Very Good - 
1124 pp, 9 1/2 " H. B&w illustrations. "Do you know: Where the legends of a cat's nine lives comes from?; Why 'mama' is a word understood in nearly all languages?; How the custom of kissing began?; Whether there really was a femal pope?; Why Cinderella's glass slipper was so important to the prince? The answers to these and countless other intriguing questions are given in this compulsively readable, one-volume feminist encyclopedia. (T)his unique, comprehensive sourcebook focuses on mythology, anthropology, religion, and sexuality to uncover precisely what other encyclopedias leave out or misrepresent. (P)resents in convenient 'A-to-Z' arrangement, the fascinating stories behind word origins, legends, superstitions, and customs whose meanings have been all but forgotten. A browser's delight and an indispensible resource, it offers 1,350 entries on magic, witchcraft, elves, giants, god-desses, gods, deities' animal incarnations, and psychological anomalies such as demonic posses-sion; the mystical meanings of sun, moon, earth, sea, time, and space; ideas of the soul, reincarnation, creation, and doomsday; ancient and modern attitudes toward sex, prostitution, romance, rape, warfare, death, diabolism, original sin, and much, much more." Minor browning to pages - mostly in margins, very small scuff to top of text block, light browning to edges of text block, very light edge wear to boards, small bump at bottom of front hinge. Dust jacket is price-clipped, has two creases down front flap near edge and a corner crease on both flaps, light edge wear/wrinkling, rubbing with some very light scratches, two edge tears archivally taped. 
Price: 35.00 USD
 


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