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TABULATION OF FOLKTALES. 37

Step-mother's treatment of her own and step-daughter (1) (2).

Strawberries, step-daughter to gather (3),

Tasks set by step-mother (3) (8).

Three dwarfs help step-daughter in return for gift of bread (4).

Three dwarfs punish daughter for her unkinduess (6).

Toads from daughter's mouth when she speaks (7).

Transformation of drowned queen into duck (10).

Where published.— Grimm's Houselwld Tales. London, 1884. Tale No. 13, vol. i. pp. 54-59.

Nature of Collection,— whether:—

1. Original or translation. — Translation by Margaret Hunt.

2. If hy word of month, state narrator's name.

3. Other particulars.

Special Points noted by the Editor of the above.— See Author's notes,

vol. i. pp. 353, 354.

Remarks by the Tabulator.— Cf. •* St. Joseph in the Forest." Children's Legends, Grimm, ii. 360. Busk, Folklore of Rome, pp. 29, 30. Crane, Italian Pojmlar Tales, p. 326. Folldore Record, iv. 57 ff., *' Slavonic Folk- lore." Portiiguese Tales, Yolklore Society, Nos. 12, 16; and for opening of story, see No. 18.

For cruelty of step-mother comp. " Cinderella " and variants. Corpus Poeticum Boreale, i. 93. " Lay of Swipday." Crane, op. cit., pp. 326, 331. Dasent, Norse Tales, pp. 22, 322, 357. Day, Lai Behari, Folktales of Bengal, p. 97. Folklore Record, ii. 182; iii. 237, 241, etc. Folklore Journal, vi. 41, " Aino Tales." Grimm, Nos. 11, 13, 21, 47, 56, 141. In- dian Antiqvary, iv. 261. Old Decean Bays, " Punchkin," and pp. 3, 197, 219, 220, 223. Phryxos and Hello (see Grimm, Introduction, Ixi. ff.). Psyche in " Golden Ass " of Apuleius. Ealston, Russian Folktales, pp. 139, 149, 150, 183, 214, 223, 260; und see Songs of the Russian People, p. 22. Revue Celtiqve, in. 3G5, Riyicve, Coites Pojmlaires Xabyles, pp. 52, 67 ff. Schreck, ix, " The Wonderful Birch." Steere, Snmhili Tales, " Sultan Darai." Stokes, Indian Fairy Tales, 7-10. Theal, Kaffir Folk- lore, p. 158, " The Wonderful Horns. Wide-Awake Stories, p. 138. For inc. 3, cf. Folklore Record, iv. 57.

For inc. 4 and 6, cf. American Folklore Journal, i. 144. Blade, Contes Agenaies, p. 149. Callaway, Zulu Tales, p. 219. Clouston, Popular Tales and Fictions, i. 105 and p. 366. Coelho, Centos Portuguezes, No. 36. Cos- quin, Contes Pop^daires Lorrains, No. 48. Crane, op. cit., p. 100. Dasent, Norse Tales, pp. 113, 322. Grimm, Nos. 24, 64. Henderson, Northern Counties, p. 349. Leger, Contes Populaires Slaves. National Review, 1857, V. 398, 399 (Story of Fo.). Panchatantra i. 219 (Benfey). Ealston, Russian Folktales, pp. 149, 150. Romania, No. 32, p. 564. Sagas from the