CHAPTER 4: Dulcimers in the British Isles since 1800 > Dulcimers in the later 20th century

The Dulcimer in Modern English Literature

Only one example was discovered in this study, that of the fairy-tale told by Ruth Manning-Sanders, from which the references to the dulcimer are here extracted:

A prince is given three curses, that he shall not eat twice at the same table, not drink twice from the same cup, nor sleep twice in the same bed, until he has fetched and brought home:

For a discussion of the background here, see Chapter 7.17.2..