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Fairy Legends and Traditions of The South of Ireland, by T.Crofton Croker. London, 1834.
[Irish tales come from two sources; the stories contained in various manuscripts such as The Tain, and oral tradition stories passed down from generation to generation. Croker is one of the first to collect many of the oral stories.]
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