Cinderella (Everyman's Library)

Cinderella (Everyman's Library)

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by C. S. Evans, Arthur Rackham, Arthur Rackham
     
 

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The classical version of the most famous and beloved of all fairy tales is the one C.S. Evans adapted and then expanded in order to give his brilliant illustrator, Arthur Rackham, maximum opportunity to exercise his gifts. The product of their collaboration is one of the most wonderful editions we have of this, or any other, fairy tale.  See more details below

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The classical version of the most famous and beloved of all fairy tales is the one C.S. Evans adapted and then expanded in order to give his brilliant illustrator, Arthur Rackham, maximum opportunity to exercise his gifts. The product of their collaboration is one of the most wonderful editions we have of this, or any other, fairy tale.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780679423133
Publisher:
Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group
Publication date:
05/28/1993
Series:
Children's Classics Series
Pages:
128
Product dimensions:
6.28(w) x 8.30(h) x 0.48(d)
Age Range:
9 - 12 Years

Meet the Author

Charles Seddon Evans (1883-1944) was educated at East London College and began his career as a schoolmaster before joining the publishing house of Edward Arnold as Educational Editor in 1909. He moved to the firm of Heinemann in 1913, where he spent the rest of his working life, becoming Chairman and Managing Director in 1932. He wrote this version of The Sleeping Beauty as a companion volume to Cinderella, also illustrated by Arthur Rackham. The story first appeared in English in 1729, when Robert Samber translated Charles Perrault's fairy tale La Belle au bois dormant. C.S. Evans has expanded Perrault's story but followed the later version recorded by the Brothers Grimm in giving his heroine the name of Briar-Rose and ending with her awakening and betrothal, omitting the wicked mother-in-law who orders her grandchildren to be cooked for supper. Instead he lengthens the story by such inventive details as the menu for the christening feast, the books of magic consulted for an antidote to the thirteenth fairy's malice, and the many accomplishments of Princess Briar-Rose.

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Cinderella (Everyman's Library) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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"Hello ma'am Here is your invation and info if you need to contact the palace," He bows and walks to his white horse and goes to the palace.