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posted on 12.07.2019, 14:02 by Michael WilsonMichael Wilson
‘Jannic aux deux sous’ was collected by Luzel from Marie Geffroy, an “old beggarwoman” (vieille mendiante), at Plouaret, 1870, who told the tale in Breton. It was first published in French in September 1888 in Revue des traditions populaires (Vol. III, 474-83) and this translation is from the French text published in Contes Retrouvés, Vol.II (1998, 27-39). It appears to be the only story he collected from Marie Geffroy, although the previous year he had collected a tale from Guillaume Geffroy, a servant also from Plouaret, presumably a relative....

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  • The Arts, English and Drama

Department

  • English and Drama

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Book 2.0

Volume

9

Issue

1-2

Pages

131 - 142

Citation

WILSON, M., 2019. Jannic aux deux sous: Tuppenny Jack. Book 2.0, 9(1-2), pp.131-142.

Publisher

Intellect

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AM (Accepted Manuscript)

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This paper was accepted for publication in the journal Book 2.0 and the definitive published version is available at https://doi.org/10.1386/btwo_00012_7.

Acceptance date

10/07/2019

Publication date

2019-08-01

ISSN

2042-8022

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2042-8030

Language

en

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