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The legend of the selkie - the mythological seal-woman - is well known in the islands and coastal regions of the North Atlantic. It is a poignant account of circumstances recognized by all people that make their life by the sea. The legend touches on the great themes of life: love and betrayal, death and deeds of evil, beauty and wickedness, purity and kindness. Written first in 1891.
Illustrated by Edward Fuglo. Originally made for a stamp issue in 2007.
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