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Rackham's Fairy Tale Illustrations Dover Publications Inc.
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List of PlatesLITTLE BROTHER AND LITTLE SISTER AND OTHER TALES BY THE BROTHERS GRIMM1 "She took off her golden garter and put it round the roe-buck's neck ("Little Brother and Little Sister")"2 "The end of his beard was caught in a crack in the tree ("Snow-White and Rose-Red)"3 "The third time she wore the star-dress which sparkled at every step ("The True Sweetheart")"4 "Suddenly the branches twined round her and turned into two arms ("The Old Woman in the Wood")"5 "He played until the room was entirely full of gnomes ("The Gnomes")"6 "What did she find there but real ripe strawberries ("The Three Little Men in the Wood")"7 "The waiting maid sprang down first and Maid Maleen followed ("Maid Maleen")"8 "She begged quite prettily to be allowed to spend the night there ("The Hut in the Forest")"SNOWDROP AND OTHER TALES BY THE BROTHERS GRIMM9 "The Dwarfs, when they came in the evening, found Snowdrop lying on the ground ("Snowdrop")"10 "The King could not contain himslef for joy ("Briar Rose")"11 "The young Prince said, "I am not afraid; I am determined to go and look upon the lovely Briar Rose" ("Briar Rose")"12 "Ashenputtel goes to the ball ("Ashenputtel")"13 "The fishes, in their joy, stretched up their head above the water, and promised to reward him ("The White Snake")"14 "So the four brothers took their sticks in their hands, bade their father good-bye, and passed out of the town gate ("The Four Clever Brothers")"15 "The King's only daughter had been carried off by a dragon ("The Four Clever Brothers")"16 "She went away accompanied by the lions ("The Lady and the Lion")"17 "Alas! Dear Falada, there thou hangest ("The Goosegirl")"18 "Bow, blow, little breeze, And Conrad's hat seize ("The Goosegirl")"19 "Good Dwarf, can you not tell me where my brothers are? ("The Water of Life")"20 "The son made a circle, and his father and he took their places within it, and the little black Manniken appeared ("The King of the Golden Mountain")"21 "But they said one after another: "Halloa! Who has been eating off my plate? Who has been drinking out of my cup?" ("The Seven Ravens")"22 "The beggar took her by the hand and led her away ("King Thrushbeard")"HANSEL AND GRETHEL AND OTHER TALES BY THE BROTHERS GRIMM23 "All at once the door opened and an old, old woman, supporting herself on a crutch, came hobbling out ("Hansel and Grethel")"24 "Hansel put out a knuckle-bone, and the old woman, whose eyes were dim, could not see it, and thought it was his finger, and she was much astonished that he did not get fat ("Hansel and Grethel")"25 "Once there was a poor old woman who lived in a village ("The Straw, the Coal, and the Bean") "26 "So she seized him with two fingers, and carried him upstairs ("The Frog Prince")"27 "The cat stole away behind the city walls to the church ("The Cat and Mouse in Partnership")"28 "The witch climbed up ("Rapunzel")"29 "When she got to the wood, she met a wolf ("Red Riding Hood")"30 "O Grandmother, what big ears you have got" she said ("Red Riding Hood")"31 "The old man had to sit by himself, and ate his food from a wooden bowl ("The Old Man and His Grandson")"THE ALLIES' FAIRY BOOK32 "In a twinkling the giant put each garden, and orchard, and castle in the bundle as they were before ("The Battle of the Birds")"33 "If thou wilt give me this pretty little one," says the king's son. "I will take thee at they word" ('"The Battle of the Birds")"34 "Now, Guleesh, what good will she be to you when she'll be dumb? It's time for us to go-but you'll remember us, Guleesh")"35 "The sleeping Princess ("The Sleeping Beauty")"36 "So valiantly did they grapple with him that they bore him to the ground and slew him ("Cesarino and the Dragon")"37 "The birds showed the young man the white dove's nest ("What Came of Picking Flowers")"38 "Art thou warm, maiden? Art thou warm, pretty one? Art thou warm, my darling?" ("Frost")"39 "Nine peahens flew towards the tree, and eight of them settled on its branches, but the ninth alighted near him and turned instantly into a beautiful girl ("The Golden Apple-Tree and the Nine Peahens")"40 "The dragon flew out and caught the queen on the road and carried her away ("The Golden Apple Tree and the Nine Peahens")"ENGLISH FAIRY TALES41 "Mr. And Mrs. Vinegar at home ("Mr. And Mrs. Vinegar")"42 "Somebody has been at my porriedge, and has eaten it all up!" ("The Story of the Three Bears")"43 "The giant Cormoran was the terror of all the country-side ("Jack the Giant-Killer")"44 "Tree of mine! O tree of mine! Have you seen my naughty little maid?" ("The Two Sisters")"45 "Fee-fi-fo-fum, I smell the blood of an Englishman" ("Jack and the Beanstalk")"46 "She went along, and went along, and went along ("Catskin")"47 "They thanked her and said good-bye, and she went on her journey ("The Three Heads of the Well")"48 "Many's the beating he had from the broomstick or the ladle ("Dick Whittington and his Cat")"49 "When Puss saw the rats and mice she didn't want to be told ("Dick Whittington and his Cat")"50 "She sat down and plaited herself an overall of rushes and a cap to match ("Caporushes")"IRISH FAIRY TALES51 "In a forked glen into which he slipped at night-fall he was surrounded by giant toads ("Becuma of the White Skin")"52 "My life became a ceaseless scurry and wound and escape, a burden and anguish of watchfullness" ("The Story of Tuan Mac Cairill")"53 "She looked angry woe at the straining and snarling horde below ("The Wooing of Becfola")"Headpiece [on title page] By day she made herself into a cat . . .Tailpiece [following Plate 53] . . . or a screech owl
Rackham's Fairy Tale Illustrations
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Goble's Fairy Tale Illustrations Dover Publications Inc.
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A contemporary of Remington and Rackham, Warwick Goble produced lovely watercolor paintings that perfectly illustrated fairy tale subjects. Specializing in Japanese and Indian themes, he became famous for illustrating both magazines and books, including H. G. Wells's The War of the Worlds.
Peter Pan Penguin Books
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This is J.M. Barrie's timeless tale of the 'boy who would not grow up'. "Peter Pan" is edited with an introduction by Jack Zipes in "Penguin Classics". When Peter Pan and his fairy companion Tinker Bell fly in through the window of Wendy's nursery one night, it is the beginning of an adventure that whisks Wendy and her brothers Michael and John off to Neverland. There they will find mermaids, fairies, pirates led by the sinister Captain Hook, and the crocodile who bit off his leg - and still pursues him in hope of the rest! "Peter Pan" originally appeared as a baby living a magical life among birds and fairies in J.M. Barrie's sequence of stories, "Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens". His adventures capture the spirit of childhood - and of rebellion against the role of adulthood in conventional society. This edition includes the novel and the stories, and reproduces the original illustrations by Francis Donkin Bedford and Arthur Rackham.In his introduction, Jack Zipes sifts through the psychological interpretations that have engaged critics, explores the cultural and literary contexts in which we can appreciate Barrie's enduring creation, and shows why "Peter Pan" is fundamentally a work that urges adults to reconnect with their own imagination. James Matthew Barrie (1860-1937) was born in Scotland, the son of a weaver. In 1885, he moved to London to pursue a literary career. "Peter Pan", with its flying and theatrical devices, was a huge success and continues to be performed today; in 1911 Barrie rewrote the play as a novel. On his death in 1937 Barrie gifted copyright of the play "Peter Pan" to Great Ormond Street hospital. If you enjoyed "Peter Pan" you might like Lewis Carroll's "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" and "Through the Looking Glass", also available in "Penguin Classics". "One of the classic children's stories of all time". ("Daily Mail"). "Intensely moving as well as enchanting in its evocation of childhood, the heartlessness of youth and parental grief as children grow older". ("Daily Telegraph").
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