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Beauty and the Beast Tales From Around the World by Heidi Anne Heiner

Two English translations of Villeneuve's entire story can be found in Beauty and the Beast Tales From Around the World. One English translation of Beaumont's version is also included in the anthology.


 

The following tales are similar to the Beauty and the Beast fairy tale, ATU-425C. Sometimes I include tales of other classifications when I deem them relevant to the theme. The tales come from many cultures and are similar to the Beauty and the Beast story in various ways. I have placed the tales in alphabetical order with bibliographic information and links to texts of the stories if a text is available on the internet. Consult The Types of International Folktales: A Classification and Bibliography, Based on the System of Antti Aarne and Stith Thompson by Hans-Jorg Utherand The Tale of Cupid and Psyche by Jan Ojvind-Swahn for a more comprehensive list of tales in all languages. Also consider the other ATU-425 tales listed--a much longer list--at Tales Similar to East of the Sun and West of the Moon.

The Bear Prince *
Beauty and the Beast (Basque) *
Beauty and the Beast (Beaumont)  *
Beauty and the Beast (Europe)  *
Beauty and the Beast (Villeneuve)  *
Beauty and the Beast (Italy)
Beauty and the Horse
Belle-Rose
Belinda and the Monster
Bellindia
A Bunch of Laurela Blooms for a Present
The Clinking Clanking Lowesleaf  *
Cupid and Psyche (ATU 425B)  *
East of the Sun and West of the Moon (ATU 425A) *
The Enchanted Frog *
The Enchanted Prince
The Enchanted Rose Tree
The Enchanted Tsarevitch
The Fairy Serpent *
The Gift To The Youngest Daughter
The Great Beast
The Lily and the Bear
Little Broomstick  *
The Little Nut Twig  *
The Maiden and the Beast *
Monkey Son-In-Law  
The Prince Who Was Changed into a Snake
The Princess and the Pig
Rose
The Serpent and the Grape Grower's Daughter
The Singing Rose  *
The Small-Tooth Dog *
Sorrow and Love
The Speaking Grapes, the Smiling Apple, and the Tinkling Apricot
The Summer and Winter Garden  *
The White Wolf
Whitebear Whittington *
Zelinda and the Monster *

* Full text of tale is available online.


Text available at The Bear Prince on D. L. Ashliman's site with his translation.

The story of The Bear Prince is from Switzerland. This tale is ATU-425C.

A German language version is available in:

Sutermeister, Otto. Kinder- und Hausmärchen aus der Schweiz. Aarau: Sauerländer, 1873.

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Beauty and the Beast (Basque)

Text available at Beauty and the Beast (Basque).

This tale is ATU-425C.

An English language version is available in:

Heiner, Heidi Anne, editor. Beauty and the Beast Tales From Around the World. Nashville: SurLaLune Press with CreateSpace, 2013.
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Webster, Wentworth. Basque Legends. London: Griffith and Farran, 1877.
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Text available at Beauty and the Beast (Beaumont). Read more about Beaumont's Beauty and the Beast at The History of Beauty and the Beast.

The tale of Beauty and the Beast comes from France. This tale is ATU-425C.

An English language version is available in:

Cole, Joanna, ed. Best-Loved Folktales of the World. Garden City, NY: Anchor Press/Doubleday, 1982.

Heiner, Heidi Anne, editor. Beauty and the Beast Tales From Around the World. Nashville: SurLaLune Press with CreateSpace, 2013.
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Opie, Iona and Peter. The Classic Fairy Tales. New York: Oxford University Press, 1974.
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Zipes, Jack.  Beauties, Beasts and Enchantments: Classic French Fairy Tales. New York: New American Library, 1989.
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Text for Joseph Jacobs' version available at Beauty and the Beast. Jacobs meshed many variations of the tale into his version.

Joseph Jacobs recreated the tale taking the common elements from several variants in an attempt to distill the tale to its folkloric essence. It resulted in an interesting if overly flawed exercise.

This tale is ATU-425C.

An English language version is available in:

Heiner, Heidi Anne, editor. Beauty and the Beast Tales From Around the World. Nashville: SurLaLune Press with CreateSpace, 2013.
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Jacobs, Joseph, ed. European Folk and Fairy Tales. New York: G. P Putnam's Sons, 1916.

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Andrew Lang's adaptation of Gabrielle-Suzanne de Villeneuve's long version is annotated on this site at The Annotated Beauty and the Beast. Read more about Villeneuve's Beauty and the Beast at The History of Beauty and the Beast.

The tale of Beauty and the Beast comes from France. This tale is ATU-425C.

An English language version is available in:

Two Translations appear in:
Heiner, Heidi Anne, editor. Beauty and the Beast Tales From Around the World. Nashville: SurLaLune Press with CreateSpace, 2013.
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ADAPTED VERSION: Lang, Andrew, ed. The Blue Fairy Book. New York: Dover, 1965. (Original published 1889.)
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Zipes, Jack.  Beauties, Beasts and Enchantments: Classic French Fairy Tales. New York: New American Library, 1989.
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A web version is not currently available.

The tale of Beauty and the Beast comes from Italy. This tale is ATU-425C.

An English language version is available in:

Heiner, Heidi Anne, editor. Beauty and the Beast Tales From Around the World. Nashville: SurLaLune Press with CreateSpace, 2013.
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The original French language can be found in:

Andrews, James Bruyn. Contes ligures: traditions de la Rivière. Paris: Ernest Leroux, 1892. (Story from Raffaele Giannetti, County of San Martino d’Albaro (Genoa, Italy).)

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A web version is not currently available.

The tale of Beauty and the Horse comes from Denmark. This tale is ATU-425C.

An English language version is available in:

Bay, J. Christian. Danish Fairy and Folk Tales. New York and London: Harper and Brothers, 1899.

Heiner, Heidi Anne, editor. Beauty and the Beast Tales From Around the World. Nashville: SurLaLune Press with CreateSpace, 2013.
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Belle-Rose

A web version of this tale does not exist due to copyright restrictions.

The tale of Belle-Rose comes from France. This tale is ATU-425C.

An English language version is available in:

Pourrat, Henri, ed. A Treasury of French Tales. Mary Mian, translator. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1954.
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Belinda and the Monster

A web version of this tale does not exist due to copyright restrictions.

The tale of Belinda and the Monster comes from Italy. This tale is ATU-425C.

An English language version is available in:

Calvino, Italo. Italian Folktales. George Martin, translator. New York: Pantheon Books, 1980.
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Bellindia

A web version is not currently available.

The tale of Bellindia comes from Italy. This tale is ATU-425C.

An English language version is available in:

Coote, Henry Charles. "Some Italian Folk-Lore." The Folk-Lore Record. Vol. 1 (1878). pp. 187-215.

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A Bunch of Laurela Blooms for a Present

A web version of this tale does not exist due to copyright restrictions.

The tale of A Bunch of Laurela Blooms For A Present comes from the mountains of Kentucky in the United States. This tale is similar to both ATU-425C and ATU-440: Tales Similar to the Frog King.

An English language version is available in:

Campbell, Marie. Tales from the Cloud Walking Country. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1958. (Reprint available from Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1976.)
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Hearne, Betsy. Beauties and Beasts. The Oryx Multicultural Folktale Series. Phoenix: Oryx Press, 1993.
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Text available at The Clinking Clanking Lowesleaf on D. L. Ashliman's site with his translation.

The story of The Clinking Clanking Lowesleaf is from Germany. This tale is ATU-425C.

An English language version is available in:

Colshorn, Carl and Theodor. Märchen und Sagen. Hannover: Verlag von Carl Rümpler, 1854.

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Cupid and Psyche is ATU 425B and is considered the earliest ATU 425 tale. I have three text versions of the story available on SurLaLune. The first is William Adlington's 1566 semi-direct translation of Apuleius' text at Apuleius' Cupid and Psyche from The Golden Ass, also known as The Metamorphoses.The second is the version written by Thomas Bulfinch in his Age of Fable at Bulfinch's Cupid and Psyche. The third is a shorter version written for children at A Child's Cupid and Psyche.

This tale is ATU-425, not ATU-425C. However, the tale is considered to be one of the first literary fairy tales and a direct ancestor of the French Beauty and the Beast tale. It is important enough to have included three versions of the tale on this website.

An English language version is available in:

Apuleius. The Golden Ass. Jack Lindsay, translator. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1962.
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Apuleius, and Petronius Aribiter, et al. The Golden Asse, Adlington's Translation, 1566. The Satyricon, Burnaby's Translation 1694. Daphus and Chloe, (by Longus) Thornley's Translation 1657. London: Simpkin Marshall, 1933.

Apuleius. The Most Pleasant and Delectable Tale of the Marriage of Cupid and Psyche. William Adlington, translator. Dorothy Mullock, illustrator. London: Chatto and Windus, 1914.
An e-text version of this book is available on Sacred-Texts.com at Cupid and Psyche.

Bulfinch, Thomas. "Cupid and Psyche." Bulfinch's Mythology: The Age of Fable. Boston: S. W. Tilton & Co. 1855.
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Peabody, Josephine Preston, adaptor. "Cupid and Psyche." Good Stories For Great Holidays. Frances Jenkins Olcott, editor. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1914.

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East of the Sun and West of the Moon

The story of East of the Sun and West of the Moon is a subcategory of the ATU-425 tale type, specifically ATU-425A, not ATU-425C like the other tales on this page. This tale is addressed in its own area on the SurLaLune Fairy Tales Website. I recommend that you go to that area to read more about the tale and other versions through its main page at The Annotated East of the Sun and West of the Moon.

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A web version of this tale is available at The Enchanted Frog on D. L. Ashliman's site.

The tale of The Enchanted Frog comes from Germany.

This tale is similar to both ATU-425C and ATU-440: Tales Similar to the Frog King.

An English language version is available in:

Colshorn, Carl and Theodor. Märchen und Sagen. Hannover: Verlag von Carl Rümpler, 1854.

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The Enchanted Prince

A web version of this tale does not exist due to copyright restrictions.

The tale of The Enchanted Prince comes from the Spanish American Southwest.

An English language version is available in:

Espinosa, Aurelio M. The Folklore of Spain in the American Southwest. J. Manuel Espinosa, ed. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1985.
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Hearne, Betsy. Beauties and Beasts. The Oryx Multicultural Folktale Series. Phoenix: Oryx Press, 1993.
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The Enchanted Rose Tree

A web version is not currently available.

The tale of The Enchanted Rose Tree comes from Italy. This tale is ATU-425C.

An English language version is available in:

Busk, Rachel Harriette. Folk-lore of Rome: Collected by Word of Mouth from the People. London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1874.

Heiner, Heidi Anne, editor. Beauty and the Beast Tales From Around the World. Nashville: SurLaLune Press with CreateSpace, 2013.
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The Enchanted Tsarevitch

A web version of this tale does not exist due to copyright restrictions.

The tale of The Enchanted Tsarevitch comes from Russia. This tale is ATU-425C.

An English language version is available in:

Afanasyev, Aleksandr. Russian Folk-Tales. Detroit, Gale Research, 1974.

Hearne, Betsy. Beauties and Beasts. The Oryx Multicultural Folktale Series. Phoenix: Oryx Press, 1993.
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Heiner, Heidi Anne, editor. Beauty and the Beast Tales From Around the World. Nashville: SurLaLune Press with CreateSpace, 2013.
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Magnus, Leonard A., translator. Russian Folk-tales (Translated from the Russian). New York: E. P. Dutton & Company, 1916.

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The Fairy Serpent

Text available at The Fairy Serpent.

The tale of The Fairy Serpent comes from China. This tale is ATU-425C.

An English language version is available in:

Fielde, A. M., Chinese Fairy Stories. New York: Putnam, 1893.

Hearne, Betsy. Beauties and Beasts. The Oryx Multicultural Folktale Series. Phoenix: Oryx Press, 1993.
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Heiner, Heidi Anne, editor. Beauty and the Beast Tales From Around the World. Nashville: SurLaLune Press with CreateSpace, 2013.
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The Gift To The Youngest Daughter

A web version of this tale does not exist due to copyright restrictions.

The tale of The Gift To The Youngest Daughter comes from Greece. This tale is ATU-425C.

An English language version is available in:

Dawkins, R. M., ed. and trans. Modern Greek Folktales. Oxford, England: Clarendon Press, 1953.

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The Great Beast

A web version is not currently available.

The tale of The Great Beast comes from France. This tale is ATU-425C.

An English language version is available in:

Andrews, J. B. "Stories from Mentone." The Folk-Lore Record. Vol. 3, No. 1 (1880). pp. 40-52.

Heiner, Heidi Anne, editor. Beauty and the Beast Tales From Around the World. Nashville: SurLaLune Press with CreateSpace, 2013.
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The Lily and the Bear

A web version is not currently available.

The tale of The Speaking Grapes, the Smiling Apple, and the Tinkling Apricot comes from Spain. This tale is ATU-425C.

An English language version is available in:

Eells, Elsie Spicer. Tales of Enchantment from Spain. New York: Harcourt, Brace, and Co., 1920.

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Text available at Little Broomstick on D. L. Ashliman's site with his translation.

The story of Little Broomstick is from Germany. This tale is ATU-425C.

An English language version is available in:

Bechstein, Ludwig. Sämtliche Märchen. Walter Scherf, editor. (Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1983. (Scherf's source: Ludwig Bechstein, Deutsches Märchenbuch, 1845).

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Text available at The Little Nut Twig on D. L. Ashliman's site with his translation.

The story of The Little Nut Twig is from Germany. This tale is ATU-425C.

An English language version is available in:

Bechstein, Ludwig. Sämtliche Märchen. Walter Scherf, editor. (Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1983. (Scherf's source: Ludwig Bechstein, Deutsches Märchenbuch, 1845).

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The Maiden and the Beast

Text available at The Maiden and the Beast.

The tale of The Maiden and the Beast comes from Portugal.

An English language version is available in:

Pedroso, Consiglieri. Portuguese Folk-Tales. Folk Lore Society Publications, Vol. 9. Miss Henrietta Monteiro, translator. New York: Folk Lore Society Publications, 1882.
[Reprinted: New York: Benjamin Blom, Inc., 1969.]
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Heiner, Heidi Anne, editor. Beauty and the Beast Tales From Around the World. Nashville: SurLaLune Press with CreateSpace, 2013.
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Monkey Son-In-Law

A web version of this tale does not exist due to copyright restrictions.

The tale of Monkey Son-In-Law comes from Japan.

An English language version is available in:

Hearne, Betsy. Beauties and Beasts. The Oryx Multicultural Folktale Series. Phoenix: Oryx Press, 1993.
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Mayer, Fanny Hagin, ed. Ancient Tales in Modern Japan: An Anthology of Japanese Folk Tales. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 1984.

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The Princess and the Pig

A web version of this tale does not exist due to copyright restrictions.

The tale of The Princess and the Pig comes from Turkey.

An English language version is available in:

Hearne, Betsy. Beauties and Beasts. The Oryx Multicultural Folktale Series. Phoenix: Oryx Press, 1993.
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Walker, Barbara. A Treasury of Turkish Folktales. Hamden, CT: Linnet Books, 1988.

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The Prince Who Was Changed into a Snake

A web version is not currently available.

The tale of The Prince Who Was Changed into a Snake comes from Cyprus. This tale is ATU-425C.

An English language version is available in:

Garnett, Lucy Mary Jane. New Folklore Researches: Greek Folk Poesy, Volume II: Folk-Prose. John S. Stuart-Glennie, editor. Guildford: Billing and Sons, 1896. (Sakellarios, II., No. 7.)

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Rose

A web version is not currently available.

The tale of Rose comes from North America. This tale is ATU-425C.

An English language version is available in:

“English Folk-Tales in America.” The Journal of American Folklore. Vol. 2, No. 6 (Jul.-Sep. 1889). pp. 213-218.

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The Serpent and the Grape Grower's Daughter

A web version of this tale does not exist due to copyright restrictions.

The tale of The Serpent and the Grape Grower's Daughter comes from France.

An English language version is available in:

Hearne, Betsy. Beauties and Beasts. The Oryx Multicultural Folktale Series. Phoenix: Oryx Press, 1993.
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Delarue, Paul. French Fairy Tales. New York: Alfred E. Knopf, 1968.
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Text available at The Singing Rose on D. L. Ashliman's site with his own translation.

The story of The Singing Rose comes from Austria. This tale is ATU-425C.

An English language version is available in:

Zingerle, Ignaz and Joseph. Kinder- und Hausmärchen. Innsbruck: Verlag der Wagner'schen Buchhandlung, 1852.

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Text available at The Small-Tooth Dog.

The story of The Small-Tooth Dog is from England.

This tale is ATU-425C.

An English language version is available in:

Addy, Sidney Oldall. Household Tales and Other Traditional Remains. London: 1895.

Briggs, Katherine M., ed. A Dictionary of British Folk-Tales in the English Language. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1970, 1971.

Bodker, Laurits; Hole, Christina; and D'Aronoco, G., eds. European Folk Tales. European Folklore Series, vol. 1. Copenhagen: Rosenkilde and Bagger, 1963.

Hearne, Betsy. Beauties and Beasts. The Oryx Multicultural Folktale Series. Phoenix: Oryx Press, 1993.
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Heiner, Heidi Anne, editor. Beauty and the Beast Tales From Around the World. Nashville: SurLaLune Press with CreateSpace, 2013.
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Sorrow and Love

A web version of this tale does not exist due to copyright restrictions.

The tale of Sorrow and Love comes from Britain.

This tale is ATU-425C.

An English language version is available in:

Briggs, Katherine M., ed. A Dictionary of British Folk-Tales in the English Language. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1970, 1971.

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The Speaking Grapes, the Smiling Apple, and the Tinkling Apricot

A web version is not currently available.

The tale of The Speaking Grapes, the Smiling Apple, and the Tinkling Apricot comes from Hungary. This tale is ATU-425C.

An English language version is available in:

Heiner, Heidi Anne, editor. Beauty and the Beast Tales From Around the World. Nashville: SurLaLune Press with CreateSpace, 2013.
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Jones, W. Henry and Lewis L. Kropf. The Folk-Tales of the Magyars: Collected by Kriza, Erdélyi, Pap, and Others. London: Published for the Folk-Lore Society by Elliot Stock, 1889.

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Text available at The Summer and Winter Garden on D. L. Ashliman's site.

According to D. L. Ashliman: "The Summer and Winter Garden" was replaced in the Grimms' collection by "The Singing, Springing Lark," Kinder- und Hausmärchen (1814), vol. 2, no. 2. Since 1819 "The Singing, Springing Lark" has carried the KHM number 88.

This story of The Summer and Winter Garden comes from Germany.

An English language version is available in:

Grimm, Jacob and Wilhelm. Kinder- und Hausmärchen. 1812.

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The White Wolf

A web version is not currently available.

The tale of The White Wolf comes from France.

This tale is ATU-425C.

An English language version is available in:

Heiner, Heidi Anne, editor. Beauty and the Beast Tales From Around the World. Nashville: SurLaLune Press with CreateSpace, 2013.
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French language original appears in: Cosquin, Emmanuel. "Le Loup blanc." Contes populaires de Lorraine. Paris: F. Vieweg, 1887. p. 215-217.

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Whitebear Whittington

A text for this story is not available on the web due to copyright restrictions. Read a variant of the tale titled, The Three Gold Nuts, at AppLit.

The tale is Appalachian American.

This tale is ATU-425C. See the listing of the ATU-425A variant on Tales Similar to East of the Sun and West of the Moon at White-Bear of Whittington.

An English language version is available in:

Chase, Richard, ed. Grandfather Tales: American-English Folk Tales. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1948.
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Hearne, Betsy. Beauties and Beasts. The Oryx Multicultural Folktale Series. Phoenix: Oryx Press, 1993.
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*See also Tina Hanlon's annotated bibliography of White Bear Whittington stories and variants, part of AppLit at http://www.ferrum.edu/applit/bibs/tales/whitebear.htm.

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Text available at Zelinda and the Monster.

The tale of Zelinda and the Monster comes from Italy.

This tale is ATU-425C.

An English language version is available in:

Crane, Thomas Frederick. Italian Popular Tales. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1885.
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Heiner, Heidi Anne, editor. Beauty and the Beast Tales From Around the World. Nashville: SurLaLune Press with CreateSpace, 2013.
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English Fairy Tales by Joseph Jacobs

Best-Loved Folktales of the World by Joanna Cole

Complete Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm translated by Jack Zipes

Tales from the Cloud Walking Country by Marie  Campbell

Myths and Folktales of Ireland by Jeremiah Curtin

Portuguese Folk-Tales by Consiglieri Pedroso

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Great Smelly, Slobbery, Small-Tooth Dog: A Folktale from Great Britain by Margaret Read Read MacDonald, Julie Paschkis (Illustrator)

 

 
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