Romanic languages all come from ancient Latin language. The Latins were an Italian tribe who spread their language and culture throughout Europe.
The collection of Romanic folktales consists of five books with 110 folktales: 55 Spanish and Portuguese folktales, 32 Italian folktales, 18 Romanian folktales and five long French folktales.
Notes: The book contains 21 folktales from Spain and Portugal.
Author: Charles Sellers
Publisher: Field & Tuer, The Leadenhall Press, E.C.
Simpkin, Marshall & Co.; Hamilton, Adams & Co., London
Notes: The book contains 34 folktales from the Azores (Portugal).
Author: Elsie Spicer Eells
Publisher: Hardcourt, Brace and Company, Inc., New York
Notes: The book contains 5 long French folktales. Each story has several chapters.
Author: Comtesse de Ségur
Publisher: The Penn Publishing Company, Philadelphia
Notes: The book contains 32 Italian folktales. The collection "Il Pentamerone" was first published at Naples by Giambattista Basile, who is believed to have collected them chiefly in Crete and Venice.
Author: Giambattista Basile
Notes: The book contains 18 Romanian folktales.
Compiler: Mite Kremnitz
Editor: J. M. Percival
Publisher: Henry Holt and Company, New York