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February 23 , 2010

The Witch Of Fife


Elizabeth Wilson Grierson was the author of collections, included the Scottish legends, folk-tales and ballads. While many of the themes are similar to other European folk-tales, the strange and fantastical legends emphasize specificity of the Scottish history. “The Witch Of Fife” is the story about old man and his wife who lived in the Kingdom of Fife. The old man was a quiet, but the old woman was lightsome and flighty, and some of the neighbors whispered to each other that she was a Witch. And her husband was afraid of it, too. At last, one day, when he could stand the uncertainty no longer, he asked her to tell him straight out whether she is a Witch or not. And she answered that she is… Discover the Scottish legend filled with mystique and secrets!

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