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Armagh Folk Tales (Folk Tales: Ireland) [Paperback]

Frances Quinn

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3 Mar 2014 Folk Tales: Ireland
County Armagh, the Orchard County, abounds in folk tales, myths and legends and a selection of the best, drawn from historical sources and newly recorded local reminiscences, have been brought to life here by local storyteller Frances Quinn. Armagh is the place where, legend has it, the warrior king Conor Mac Nessa once ruled and where Deirdre of the Sorrows met her lover Naoise. It is where St Mochua’s Well was said by some to curse as well as cure and where evidence of St Patrick’s disagreement with a bull can still be seen. And it is where Mrs Lester was rudely awakened in her grave. It is also said to be the home of a plethora of strange and magical creatures and stories abound of encounters with fairies, ghosts, dragons, witches and even a giant pig. From age-old legends and fantastical myths to amusing anecdotes and cautionary tales, this collection is a heady mix of bloodthirsty, funny, passionate and moving stories. It will take you into a remarkable world where you can let your imagination run wild.

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Frances Quinn is a professional storyteller. She has featured in all the major storytelling festivals in Ireland and has also toured the US. She is also an actress and has been involved in various theater and TV productions and her artwork has been displayed at The Engine Room and the Emer Gallery in Belfast.

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