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Even more short & shivery

thirty spine-tingling stories

by Robert D.

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  • 17 Currently reading

Published by Delacorte Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tales,
  • Ghost stories,
  • Folklore,
  • Ghosts -- Folklore

  • About the Edition

    A collection of scary traditional tales from all over the world.

    Edition Notes

    Other titlesEven more short and shivery
    Statementretold by Robert D. San Souci ; illustrated by Jacqueline Rogers.
    ContributionsRogers, Jacqueline, ill.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ8.1.S227 Ev 1997
    The Physical Object
    Pagination162 p. :
    Number of Pages162
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL996695M
    ISBN 100385322526
    LC Control Number96035365

    The Lovers of Dismal Swamp hearkens back once more to Virginia folklore. One night, however, robbers broke into the mill, and stole his hat, cloak, and ring-and all the gold he had saved up. Duplicity doesn't go unrecompensed forever, it's clear to see. The custom of foundation of chivalric orders by Europe's monarchs and high nobility peaked in the late medieval period, but it persisted during the Renaissance and well into the Baroque and early modern period, with e.

    It is impossible to distinguish the countries in which it is said to have prevailed. San Souci is the award-winning author of many popular books for young readers, and resided in San Francisco, California. The Waterfall of Ghosts warns of the perils of wrongdoing and greed, as a pack of wild ghosts haunts a spitfire Japanese girl willing to steal money from a hallowed spiritual site to satisfy her materialistic desires. Don Quixotepublished in —15, burlesqued the medieval chivalric novel or romance by ridiculing the stubborn adherence to the chivalric code in the face of the then-modern world as anachronistic, giving rise to the term Quixotism.

    When a couple of freshmen pick up a pretty girl by the roadside and offer her a ride home, is she everything they come to believe she is? The quality of sheer hardihood aligns itself with forbearance and loyalty in being one of the military virtues of the preudomme. Bertran de Born said: "For myself I prefer to hold a little piece of land in onor, than to hold a great empire with dishonor". He continues: The more closely we look into history, the more clearly shall we perceive that the system of chivalry is an invention almost entirely poetical. The period when these writers existed, is the time pointed out by Francis I. But a wish carelessly made and overhead by the bogies could tie the girl's life to something far more spurious, and leave her parents bereaved in the end.


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To deliver a powerful blow in Arthurian chivalrous literature almost always has the audience comment on the certainty of the warrior's nobility. In The Hunter in the Haunted Forest, a Native American legend, an Indian brave whose supply of wild game is running low as winter nears makes the decision to hunt in woods rumored haunted, and takes on an unearthly foe in a battle for his life and the lives of his loved ones.

McNeil or Ghastly Ghost Stories The Green Mist follows, a paranormal folktale of a husband and wife Even more short & shivery book to see if the arrival of spring will cure the deathly ailments of their young daughter.

This process of Even more short & shivery book ultimately gave rise to a new military ethos based in nationalism rather than "defending the faith against the infidel".

Then we come to Robert D. The joust remained the primary example of knightly display of martial skill throughout the Renaissance the last Elizabethan Accession Day tilt was held in Sending expanded version of an Icelandic folktale, incorporating details from several accounts in Legends of Icelandic Magicians by Jacqueline Simpson.

King of the Cats Irish folktale Jack Frost, a Russian morality fable, is next, portraying the plight of a kindly girl named Maria who is constantly beleaguered by her cruel stepmother.

While the crusading ideology had largely influenced the ethic of chivalry during its formative times, chivalry itself was related to a whole range of martial activities and aristocratic values which had no necessary linkage with crusading.

Shelves: favoritesown-it The last book in the trilogy. The series hit its stride in the mids when author Q. Fewer knights were engaged in active warfare because battlefields during this century were generally the area of professional infantrymen, with less opportunity for knights to show chivalry.

Thomson 8. European chivalry owed much to the chivalry of the Moors Muslims in Spain, or al-Andalus as they called it. Richard Kaeuper associates loyalty with prowess.

According to Philip de Navarra, a mature nobleman should have acquired hardiness as part of his moral virtues. The rank of knight never faded, but it was Queen Elizabeth I who ended the tradition that any knight could create another and made it exclusively the preserve of the monarch.

A girl reluctant to choose a suitor finally pairs off with a man who catches her fancy, but her little brother finds out the man is a demon and follows them after the wedding to keep his sister from harm.

The quote was, Hunter: "Why do you The reason I chose this book was because I thought it would be some regular book that I would just laugh at because I thought the stories would be lame.

Its essential character is devotion to woman and to honour. But will she, too, merit that rarest of blessings, Jack Frost's tender mercy? But when we come to examine either the one period or the other, although we find in each some heroic spirits, we are forced to confess that it is necessary to antedate the age of chivalry, at least three or four centuries before any period of authentic history.

Scary Stories for Sleep-overs series — [ edit ]. Escaping detention by concerned friends and family who think he's apt to get himself killed, the grief-stricken man sets out on a search for his darling through the swamp, day after day.

Can one blame the deacon for seeking his beloved's companionship, after cruel fate separated them too soon? Appointment in Samarra based on a Middle-Eastern folktale.

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Swire 8. Thou shalt not recoil before thine enemy. Even more short & shivery book prominent model of his chivalrous conduct was in World War II and his treatment of the Japanese at the end of the war. Chivalry and Christianity[ edit ] Further information: Knightly Piety Christianity and church had a modifying influence on the classical concept of heroism and virtue, nowadays identified with the virtues of chivalry.

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