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A Book of Mermaids

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  1. a 1968 anthology of 16 fairy tales from around the world that have been collected and retold by Ruth Manning-Sanders

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  2. one in a long and notable series of such anthologies by Manning-Sanders, who was perhaps the pre-eminent collector of fairy tales in the latter half of the 20th century

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  3. This book was first published in the United Kingdom in 1967, by Methuen & Co. Ltd. Some of tales from this book are recollected in A Choice of Magic (1971) by Manning-Sanders

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  4. And some of tales from this book are recollected in Folk and Fairy Tales (1978) by Manning-Sanders

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  5. In the foreword, the author writes: "[I]t may surprise you to learn that though many mermaids have tails and no legs, some have legs and no tail, and some have both legs and tails

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