Of the Birds AT0300–0749, Magical Stories > AT0500–9, Supernatural Helpers > AT0510, Cinderella Bas on Aarne-Thompson’s work, the national catalog The Types of the Irish Folktale (1967) was publish by Seán Ó Súilleabháin , registrar of the Irish Folklore Commission, and Reidar Th. Christiansen put together by the Commission, Seán was central to the preparations. For the scheme and was very involv in the guidebooks that sent out to the schools which describe 55 essay topics for the students which form the basis with the Topic Searchnative. On and the household gone to social event s in this case) which has the king’ reading this story, the reader soon recognizes certain motif.
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At the end of the scheme, after the Estonia Phone Number List Commission’s staff. Had filter and sort all the essays by school and county. They creat a content program for researchers bas on those essays. Alongside the usual content of the essays, the Commission’s staff not a number of other topics. There is a page for each volume of that collection along with page numbers corresponding to each topic. These pages also contain references to the old AT stories. Logname API References page for the Collect Volume of Irish Folklore, School Collection, volume 9. Note the initials SÓS, Seán Ó Súilleabháin The references were manually. Enter into a spreadsheet and were able to be link to the appropriate stories and index.
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Tuesday’ being said over and over again. He B2C Database says ‘Wnesday’. The little people come out of the courtyard and after a while they remove the harp as a thank you. He tells the story to another harpist and he himself goes to the courtyard to listen to them. He hears ‘Monday, Logname API References to AT0510 Cinderella stories, in volume 9 Logname API AT0510 Cinderella Stories in the School Collection The story ‘ The Green Sheep ‘ can be found in Volume 9 on pages 345–52.