The following tales are
similar to the Goose Girl fairy tale, AT-533. I have included the English
language tales of this type which have been gathered by title by D. L.
Ashliman in his A
Guide to Folktales in the English Language. 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 Goose Girl
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.
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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This tale comes from the Zulu tribe. To my knowledge, this tale is not categorized as a tale type. However, you can find many similarties between it and the Goose Girl story, especially the element of the replaced bride.
An English language version is available in:
Callaway, Rev. Canon. Nursery Tales, Traditions, and Histories of the Zulus, In Their Own Words, With a Translation Into English and Notes. Vol 1. London: John A. Blair, 1868.
(Reprinted in 1970 by Negro Universities Press; Westport, CT.)
Thanks to Midori Snyder for sharing this story with me.