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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

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Volume 122, Number 1, April 2011

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Are Folklorists Studying the Tales of the Folk?
pp. 35-54(20)
Author: Beyer, Jurgen

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The Levitating Altar of Saint Illtud
pp. 55-75(21)
Author: Evans, Andrew

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On the Ambiguity of Elves
pp. 76-83(8)
Author: Simpson, Jacqueline

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Herbert Toms (1874-1940), Witch Stones, and Porosphaera Beads
pp. 84-101(18)
Author: Duffin, Christopher

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Ella Young, Irish Mystic and Rebel
pp. 103-105(3)
Author: Ballard, Linda-May

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Man as Witch: Male Witches in Central Europe
pp. 105-106(2)
Author: Apps, Lara

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The Historical Literature of the Jack Cade Rebellion
pp. 110-111(2)
Author: Seal, Graham

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The Folklore of Discworld
pp. 111-113(3)
Author: Anderson, Gail-Nina

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Celtic Curses
pp. 113-114(2)
Author: Melia, Daniel

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Legends and Landscape
pp. 114-115(2)
Author: Bennett, Gillian

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Folklore of Hampshire
pp. 115-115(1)
Author: Bennett, Andrew

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Robert Burns and the Hellish Legion
pp. 115-116(2)
Author: Bennett, Andrew

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