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"Celtic Fairy Tales" av Joseph Jacobs

"Celtic Fairy Tales" av Joseph Jacobs

Univ. of Pennsylvania Press, 1999

Postmodern Fairy Tales: Gender and Narrative Strategies by Cristina Bacchilega

"Tilda’s Fairy Tale Wonderland" by Tone Finnanger: For me, the sign of a good craft designer is a distinctive style. Norwegian designer Tone Finnanger started her company, Tilda, in 1999 at the age of 25. With her background in graphic design, her books are full of projects for both the fabric and paper crafter. Lovely, soft colors and whimsical dolls and animals populate her books ... read more here: http://www.librarypoint.org/tildas_fairy_tale_wonderland_finnanger

Booktopia has Tilda's Fairy Tale Wonderland, Over 25 Beautiful Sewing and Papercraft Projects by TONE FINNANGER. Buy a discounted Paperback of Tilda's Fairy Tale Wonderland online from Australia's leading online bookstore.

Russian fairy tales

Russian Fairytales

one of my favorite fairytales russian ballet mini book

Ruined by Reading: A Life in Books by Lynne Sharon Schwartz. West End, February 1999

Ruined by Reading: A Life in Books by Lynne Sharon Schwartz. West End, February 1999

When Dreams Came True: Classical Fairy Tales and Their Tradition (PN3437 .Z57 1999)

When Dreams Came True: Classical Fairy Tales and Their Tradition

“The Fourth Pig” (Princeton University Press), by Naomi Mitchison, out November 5th. Originally published in 1936, this volume of fairy tales, poems, and ballads by the Scottish author and feminist Naomi Mitchison (1897-1999) is part of Princeton University Press’s Oddly Modern Fairy Tales series

Books to Watch Out For: November

The Fourth Pig Naomi Mitchison With a new introduction by Marina WarnerPrinceton Series Oddly Modern Fairy Tales

Kissing the Witch: Old Tales in New Skins

Kissing the Witch: Old Tales in New Skins by Emma Donoghue This is a set of classic fairytales rewritten to feature endings, including one in which runs off with the fairy godmother!

Armando Barrios (1920-1999)

Armando Barrios (Venezuelan, In developing his artistic language his work has drawn on two major trends: the abstraction (Cubism) and figurative art. The use of linear dynamic.

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