This book constitutes the first attempt to gather into a single body as many Judeo-Spanish tales published in Latin characters as could be assembled. It represents a major contribution to Sephardic and Hispanic studies, as well as to comparative folklore scholarship in a world-wide perspective.
1. Animal Tales 2. Tales of Magic 3. Religious Tales 4. Romantic Tales 5. Numskull Stories 6. Jokes and Anecdotes