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Folklore vol.126, no.2, 2015

— Posted on 3rd August 2015

Folklore vol.126/2, 2015, now out.
Contents: On Mermaids, Meroveus and Melusine, by Gregory Darwin; An Irish Motif in ‘Guta saga’, by Kristen Mills;
St Edmund, King and Martyr in Popular Memory since the Reformation, by Francis Young; Edmund Jones and the Pwcca’r Trwyn, by Adam N. Coward; ‘Them Owls Know’: Portending Death in Later Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-century England, by Helen Frisby; Beware of the Elf! A Note on the Evolving Meaning of ‘Alfar’, by Armann Jakobsson; Cyril I. Paton and the Editorship of Manx Calendar Customs (1942), by Stephen Miller; In Memoriam, Sir Terry Pratchett, by Jacqueline Simpson; In Memoriam, Dr Trefor Owen, by Eurwyn Wiliam; and lots of book reviews.