Queen Mab (disambiguation)

Queen Mab (disambiguation)

Queen Mab usually refers to:

*Queen Mab, a fairy in English folklore and literature

Other uses of the name

* Queen Mab (horse), one of the first Thoroughbred racehorses imported to the New World
* Scottish singer Donovan released a song titled "Queen Mab" on his HMS Donovan album
* "Queen Mab; A Philosophical Poem; With Notes," was the first large poetic work written by Percy Bysshe Shelley the English romantic poet.
* In the video game , Queen Mab is a demon of the Night clan. She is transformed from a High Pixie
* In The Dresden Files, Mab is the queen of Winter, the court of Unseelie faeries.


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