3 edition of Laboulaye"s Fairy book found in the catalog.
Laboulaye"s Fairy book
|Other titles||Fairy book.|
|Statement||by Edouard Laboulaye ; translated by Mary L. Booth.|
|LC Classifications||PZ8.L115 Fa12|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||363 p. :|
|Number of Pages||363|
|LC Control Number||76009899|
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Laboulaye's Fairy Book is a classic volume of fairy tales from different lands. It was originally written in French, and then eventually translated into English. The style of writing is a pleasure to read, and the stories generally clever without being patronizing.
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Laboulaye's Fairy Book | There was once a green book, deliciously thick, with gilt-edged pages and the name of the author in gilt script on the front cover. Like an antique posy ring, it was a "box of jewels, shop of rarities"; it was a veritable Pandora's box, and if you laid warm, childish hands upon it and held it pressed close to your ear, you could hear, as Pandora did, soft rustlings.
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Description: pages. New York: Harper and Brothers, Publishers, Very Good. pages plus 4 pages of advertisement for other books. Translated by Mary L. Booth. Illustrated throughout with b&w wood engravings. The first blank endpaper bears a gift inscription dated Christmas another owners name is written in neat script at the top of the title page.
Bound in brown buckram with Laboulaye's facsimile. "Laboulaye's Fairy Book" by Édouard Laboulaye (translated by Mary L. Booth). Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre.
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Free shipping for many products. Laboulaye's Fairy Book is a classic volume of fairy tales from different lands. It was originally written in French, and then eventually translated into English. The style of writing is a pleasure to read, and the stories generally clever without being patronizing.
Some of the stories do drag a bit in length, though/5(4). British fairy tale collections were rare at the time; Dinah Craik's The Fairy Book () was a lonely precedent. According to Roger Lancelyn Green, Lang "was fighting against the critics and educationists of the day" who judged the traditional tales' "unreality, brutality, and escapism to be harmful for young readers, while holding that such Author: Andrew Lang, Nora Lang.
Laboulaye's Fairy Book | This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.
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"When we were children (which was somewhere about ), we were presented with fairy tales at New-Year for our amusement. By whom they were written mattered little: provided they kept us still for an hour without quarreling or breaking things, the book was thought a.
Laboulaye, Édouard; Booth, Mary L. [translator]; McCandlish, Edward G. [illustrator]; Wiggin, Kate Douglas [introduction]. LABOULAYE'S FAIRY Rating: % positive. LABOULAYE'S FAIRY BOOK by Rene Edouard Lefebre Laboulaye Edition: First Edition Book condition: Very Good with no dust jacket Book Description.
NY: Harper and Brothers. Very Good with no dust jacket. First Edition. Hardcover. Engravings; 8vo 8" - 9".
The book did reasonably well and led to the release of the Red () and Green Fairy Books (), in the preface of the latter Lang predicted that this third volume would be his last.
However, Lang underestimated the appeal of these tales culled from all corners of the earth including Africa, Norway, North America and China. Smack-Bam, or the Art of Governing Men collects sixteen tales by Édouard Laboulaye, a French law professor and jurist of the Second Empire, and an activist for abolition and women’s rights.
Laboulaye’s creative work has been eclipsed by his political career, but in his day he was recognized as a writer of fiction, too, and especially known for his fairy tales—with their satirical asides.The Book Fairies are not restricted by countries, transport or anything else.
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