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Folklore and Legends: The Fiddler And The Bogle Of Bogandoran

Language:
English
Genres:
Fiction & Literature, Childrens Fiction

You have the great opportunity to acquaint with the oral history and traditions of different world cultures through the collection of Folk-lore and Legends. At all times folklore allows people to give meaning to their lives and their surroundings, so it is passed down from generation to generation and is kept active by the people in the culture. The different historical backgrounds and traditions are reflected in music, stories, history, legends, and myths, so the variety of legends and fairy tales serves the favorable source for the knowledge of diverse world cultures.

“The Fiddler And The Bogle Of Bogandoran” is a Scottish fairy tale, narrating about musician named Lachlan Dhu Macpherson, who once returns home from a ball and is compelled to pass through the once-haunted Bog of Torrans, where accordingly to legends a huge Bogle or ghost haunts. Being a mischievous, the spirit takes particular pleasure in abusing every traveler who has occasion to pass through the place betwixt the twilight at night and cock-crowing in the morning. So, the fiddler will meet with the ghost, by this time the Bogle will regret this meeting…

“The Fiddler And The Bogle Of Bogandoran” is one of the oldest Scottish tales known today, so read the legend to feel a true taste of Scotland.

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