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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THE THIRTY-NINE STEPS: For the whole book in Cornish, click on An Nawnjek Stap warn Ugans

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THE CRAB THAT PLAYED WITH THE SEA: Click on An Canker neb'rug Gwary gans an Mor

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PROLOGUE TO THE MOONSTONE: Click on An Loorven

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CHAPTER 1 OF BLACK BEAUTY: Click on Beawty Du

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CHAPTER 1 OF GREAT EXPECTATIONS: Click on Gwaityans Meur

PASSING OF A GIANT

We are mourning the death of Craig Weatherhill. Why not remember him by reading his story The Lyonesse Stone? Set in Penwith. Translated into Cornish by Nicholas Williams. Click on Jowal Lethesow.

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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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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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