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Review: Fairy Folk Tales of IrelandUser Review - Mike Christani - Goodreads
This book, with its charming folk tales, of fairies, ghosts, giants, etc etc, helped me quit smoking once when I was 23. The stories are charming, presented by an open-minded WB Yeats (whose own works ... Read full review
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Review: Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish PeasantryUser Review - Mary Overton - Goodreads
From Yeats' end notes [note Paracelsus' opinion of scientists]: "It has been held by many that somewhere out of the void there is a perpetual dribble of souls; that these souls pass through many ... Read full review
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