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Spence, Lewis: Hero Tales and Legends of the Rhine, v.1, 16 March 2009.
Lewis Spence (1874–1955)
Hero Tales and Legends of the Rhine (1915)
A collection of German tales and legends, including the Nibelungen stories.
The source was Project Gutenberg.
Incidentally, in the course of editing the book, I checked the accents and discovered that the city of Liège has undergone a change of accent. Wikipedia says that, “until 1949, the city's name was written Liége, with the acute accent instead of a grave accent).” Because this book was written in 1915, I have left the grave untouched.
|03-16-2009, 12:26 AM||#2|
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