Collected Item: “"The Sleeping Beauty." The Allies’ Fairy Book, Intro. by Edmund Gosse London: William Heinemann, 1916, pp. 52-65.”
Full bibliographic citation (MLA)
Rackham, Arthur. “The Allies Fairy Book : Introduction by Edmund Grosse : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming.” Internet Archive, J. B. Lippencott Co, 1 Jan. 1970, archive.org/details/b1625312/page/n93/mode/2up.
Title of the complete book/anthology (not a single chapter/fairy tale)
The Allies Fairy Book
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Edmund Gosse C.B.
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London and Philadelphia
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United Kingdom and United States
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William Heinemann and J.B. Lippincott Co.,
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What is special about this version of the tale?
This version is very well illustrated. The illustrations are elaborate and detailed for the adult eye. The story itself is much more detailed as well, making it a more interesting read than some of the children-friendly version.
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The plot of the story is the same as the main versions of Sleeping Beauty. The frame and narrative of the tale is the same story about a princess who is cursed to prick her finger at 15 and fall asleep for 100 years, only to be saved be a prince worthy of her. This book also has pictures inserted that have no writing or typing on either side, showing that it was made and then later inserted.
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