Andrew Lang

 Andrew Lang

LANG, ANDREW, D.Litt., etc. — Poet, critic, and folklorist. Ballads and Lyrics of Old France (1872), Ballads in Blue China (1880), Custom and Myth (1884), Books and Bookmen (1886), Mark of Cain (1886), Myth, Ritual, and Religion (1887), "Blue," "Red," "Green," "Yellow," "Pink," and "Olive" Fairy Books (ed. 1889-1907), Sir Stafford Northcote (1890), Prince Ricardo of Pantouflia (1893), Homer and the Epic (1893), Life of J.G. Lockhart (1896), translation of Odyssey (with Prof. Butcher), and of Iliad (with Mr. Myers and Mr. W. Leaf), The Making of Religion (1898), History of Scotland from the Roman Occupation, vol. i., Prince Charles Edward (1901), The Mystery of Mary Stuart (1901), The Valet's Tragedy (1903), John Knox and the Reformation (1905), etc.


See also:

Adventures Among Books, by Andrew Lang


The Library, by Andrew Lang


Links on Other Websites:

Myth, Ritual, and Religion, by Andrew Lang


Presbyterian Ghost Hunters, by Andrew Lang



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