The spell of Brittany

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1 1 IjL* w3Jr jL^JL/JL/ v-/f ANGE M.MOSHER THE LIBRARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA RIVERSIDE Ex Lib ris Frederick & Emmanuelle D'Hauthuille-Schwartz 4.. C?fLc 2. /f PHOTO BY MC CAUL AND DICKSO ANGE M. MOSHER THE SPELL OF BRITTANY BY ANGE M. MOSHER with an introduction by ANATOLE LEBRAZ ILLUSTRATED NEW YORK DUFFIELD AND COMPANY 1920 Copyright, 1920, by DUFFIELD AND COMPANY Printed in the United States of America CONTENTS CHAPTER PAGE Foreword i Introduction v I. An to Brittany 3 II. History of Brittany 8 III. Chartres, Vitre and Les Rochers 13 IV. Madame De Sevigne 1G V. Rennes, Dol and Du Guesclin 25 VI. Folk-Lore and Jeanne de Pontorson .... 32 VII. Mont St. Michel and Its Legends 39 VIII. St. Malo and Chateaubriand 48 IX. A Folk Song of St. Malo 56 X. DlNARD, DlNAN AND EXCURSIONS 61 66XL Felix de Lamennais 76XII. Guingamp, Paimpol and Pierre Loti .... Ernest RenanXIII. Treguier, St. Yves and ... 82 XIV. The Legend and Pardon of St. Yves .... 89 XV. Morlaix, Bards and Poets 100 XVI. Marc'harit La Poulaine . . 105Phulup and Job XVII. Breton Wedding 112 XVIII. Costumes, Landerneau, La Garde Joyeuse, folgoat, and the legend of the fool . . . 121 XIX. Brest and the Adjacent Islands 128 XX. AUDIERNE, AND THE LEGEND OF Ys 134 XXI. Quimper, Le Faouet, Fiacre the VenusSt. and of Quinipily 139 CONTENTS CHAPTER PAGE XXII. The Country of Guen 144 —XXIII. Brizeux The National Poet of Brittany . . 148 XXIV. Hennebout and the Ballad of Jeanne De Mont- fort 151 XXV.

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1 1 IjL* w3Jr jL^JL/JL/ v-/f
ANGE M.MOSHERTHE LIBRARY
OF
THE UNIVERSITY
OF CALIFORNIA
RIVERSIDE
Ex Lib ris
Frederick & Emmanuelle
D'Hauthuille-Schwartz4.. C?<f?.
£>fLc 2. /fPHOTO BY MC CAUL AND DICKSO
ANGE M. MOSHERTHE SPELL OF
BRITTANY
BY
ANGE M. MOSHER
with an introduction by
ANATOLE LEBRAZ
ILLUSTRATED
NEW YORK
DUFFIELD AND COMPANY
1920Copyright, 1920, by
DUFFIELD AND COMPANY
Printed in the United States of AmericaCONTENTS
CHAPTER PAGE
Foreword i
Introduction v
I. An to Brittany 3
II. History of Brittany 8
III. Chartres, Vitre and Les Rochers 13
IV. Madame De Sevigne 1G
V. Rennes, Dol and Du Guesclin 25
VI. Folk-Lore and Jeanne de Pontorson .... 32
VII. Mont St. Michel and Its Legends 39
VIII. St. Malo and Chateaubriand 48
IX. A Folk Song of St. Malo 56
X. DlNARD, DlNAN AND EXCURSIONS 61
66XL Felix de Lamennais
76XII. Guingamp, Paimpol and Pierre Loti ....
Ernest RenanXIII. Treguier, St. Yves and ... 82
XIV. The Legend and Pardon of St. Yves .... 89
XV. Morlaix, Bards and Poets 100
XVI. Marc'harit La Poulaine . . 105Phulup and Job
XVII. Breton Wedding 112
XVIII. Costumes, Landerneau, La Garde Joyeuse,
folgoat, and the legend of the fool . . . 121
XIX. Brest and the Adjacent Islands 128
XX. AUDIERNE, AND THE LEGEND OF Ys 134
XXI. Quimper, Le Faouet, Fiacre the VenusSt. and
of Quinipily 139CONTENTS
CHAPTER PAGE
XXII. The Country of Guen 144
—XXIII. Brizeux The National Poet of Brittany . . 148
XXIV. Hennebout and the Ballad of Jeanne De Mont-
fort 151
XXV. Carnac and Legends of the Druids .... 158
XXVI. Legends 165
XXVII. Saints and Fairies 169
Ploermel,XXVIII. the Battle of the Thirty, and Josselin 179
XXIX. Le Croisic, Batz and Guerande 185
XXX. Nantes and Anne of Brittany 192
XXXI. Clisson, the Grotto of Abelard, and the Castle
of Tiffauges 199
Index 207