Literature


LEARNING WITH LITERATURE / DESKY DRE LIEN

Reading well-written Cornish is one of the best ways to improve your own grasp of the language. You can read Cornish literature for free on this site. Choose an item marked ON-LINE HERE.

Literature available in Kernowek Standard (KS)

A list of books and other literature currently available

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THROUGH THE WINDOW OF A CORNISH BUS: Go to Dre Fenester Kyttryn in Kernow below (items are in alphabetical order)

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HENRY VI, PART 3 (extract): Go to An Wheffes Harry, Tressa Radn below (items are in alphabetical order)

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ANIMAL FARM: Go to Amêthva an Bestas below (items are in alphabetical order)

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Adro dhe’n Bÿs in Peswar Ugans Dëdh

Jules Verne's Le tour du monde en quatre-vingts jours (Around the World in Eighty Days), abridged for young readers

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Amêthva an Bestas

ON-LINE: George Orwell's Animal Farm, with Cornish-English glossary (instalments from January 2021)

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An Beybel Sans

The Holy Bible (Old Testament, New Testament)

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An Brynces wàr an Bysen

ON-LINE HERE: Hans Christian Andersen's Prinsessen paa Ærten (The Princess and the Pea), with Cornish-English glossary

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An Canker neb'rug Gwary gans an Mor

ON-LINE HERE: Rudyard Kipling's The Crab that Played with the Sea (a 'Just So' story), with Cornish-English glossary

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An Corn Tan

ON-LINE HERE: Hans Christian Andersen's Fyrtøjet (The Tinderbox), with Cornish-English glossary

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An Cronyclys a Bow Bara

ON-LINE HERE: Chapter 1 of Anthony Trollope's The Warden, being the first volume of The Chronicles of Barsetshire, with Cornish-English glossary

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