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Miscellaneous


This page indexes etexts which don't currently have a category at this site, or which are just plain uncategorizable, or they deal with a wide range of religions or mythologies. 


  Lore of the Unicorn by Odell Shepard [1930]

  Festivals of Western Europe by Dorothy Gladys Spicer [1958, copyright not renewed]

  Orpheus, Myths of the World by Padraic Colum [1930, copyright not renewed]
A gorgeously illustrated retelling of highlights of world mythology, by a master of the genre.

  Worship of the Serpent by John Bathurst Deane [1833]
This is a very detailed but dated study of serpent-worship, particularly relating it to the Biblical story of the Garden of Eden.

  Ophiolatreia Anonymous [1889]
This is a short book on serpent-worship through the ages.
Contributed by Northvegr.org [External Site].

  Bygone Beliefs By Herbert Stanley Redgrove [1921] [EY]

  The Book of Noodles By W. A. Clouston [1888]
Note: 'Noodle' is obsolete slang for 'Fool'. This wonderful little book relates traditional stories about simpletons, fools, and idiots from many cultures. Contributed by 'Some Dude'.

  The Book of Nature Myths By Florence Holbrook [1904] [EY]
This is a collection of 'Just So' tales from many lands.

  Funeral Customs By Bertram S. Puckle [1904] [EY]

  The Magic of Horse-Shoes, with other Folk-Lore Notes By Florence Holbrook [1904] [EY]
Not just about horse-shoes, this also covers other aspects of folklore about luck, including as salt, sneezing, good and bad days, and odd numbers.

  A Study of Fairy Tales By Laura F. Kready [1916] [EY]

  Dragons and Dragon Lore By Ernest Ingersoll [1928, copyright not renewed] [EY]