The Fairy Tales of Charles Perrault
In the late 17th century, French author Charles Perrault helped definethe fairy tale genre, transforming what had previously been an oral tradi-tion. This magnificent hardcover reproduces his captivating renditions of “Cinderella,” “Sleeping Beauty,” “Little Red Riding Hood,” and ten other childhood favorites. Twenty-four graceful, witty illustrations by Irish art-ist Harry Clarke include full-color, pen-and-ink, and silhouette images. Introduction by art historian Thomas Bodkin. A Calla Edition, originally published by George G. Harrap & Co., Ltd., London, 1922.
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Characters: Puss in boots, The King Setting: In the medival times. Theme: Trickery can get you into trouble and also solve problems Genre: fiction trickery Summary: This book starts off with a cat who ... Celotno mnenje
LITTLE RED RIDINGHOOD
CINDERILLA AND HER PRINCE FrontIspzm
WHAT Is THIS I sEE? SAID HER MOTHER
WHAT Is NOT THE KEY 01 MY CLOSET AMONG THE REST?
AT THIs VERY INSTANT THE YOUNG FAIRY GAME OUT FROM
THE PRINCE ENQUIREs or THE AGED COUNTRYMAN facing 54
THE SLEEPING BEAUTY IN THE WOOD
THE MARQUIs GAVE HIS HAND TO THE PRINCESS
AWAY SHE DROVE scARcE ABLE T0 GGNTAIN HERSELF FOR JOY
CINDERILLA OR THE LITTLE GLASS SLIPPER