Maritime Memorates and Contemporary Legends of Storm Apparitions and Storm Making in Folklore Traditions of Ireland and Scotland

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The article looks at legends and memorates dealing with storms and visions of approaching storms in Irish and Scottish Folklore traditions
LanguageEnglish
Pages154-162
JournalInternational Journal of English Studies
Volume2
Issue number9
Publication statusPublished - 3 Dec 2011

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