Myths and Folk Tales of Ireland
Excerpt: ...back your enemies this long time; but I'll let them at you now, and I'll raise up more. I'll put the whole kingdom of Erin against you." The giant stopped a moment, and said: "I believe you'd do that if it served you." So he took the sword off his belt and handed it to his guest. Shaking-head gave it to the king's son, who mounted his steed, and they both went away. When they had gone some distance from the giant's castle Shaking-head said to the king's son, "Where shall we be to-night?
- 189 x 246 x 4mm | 136g
- 13 Sep 2013
- Illustrations, black and white