Language. Crane tells the fairy tales in modern literary prose, so it is not difficult reading.
Story Length. These are almost all single-page stories with just a couple of stories that are two pages long.
Navigation. You will find the table of contents below, and you can also use this link to see the story posts displayed on a single page: Italian Popular Tales.
- Zelinda and the Monster
- The Fair Angiola
- The Fair Angiola (cont.)
- How the Devil Married Three Sisters
- Sir Fiorante, Magician
- Water and Salt
- Catherine and Her Fate
- Catherine and Her Fate (cont.)
- The Man, the Serpent, and the Fox
- The Ingrates
- The Language of Animals
- An Incident in Rome
- The Story of Crivoliu
- The Sexton's Nose
- The Cat and the Mouse
- A Feast Day
- The Three Goslings
- The Cock That Wished to Become Pope