Korean Fairy Tales
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William Elliot Griffis
Everywhere on earth the fairy world of each country is older and perhaps
more enduring than the one we see and feel and tread upon. So 1 tell in
this book the folk lore of the Korean people, and of the behavior of the
particular kind of fairies that inhabit the Land of Morning Splendor.
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Cover image: Myojakdo (Painting of Cats and Sparrows) by Byeon Sang-byeok (mid 18th century)
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