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Enter these enchanted woods: : an interpretation of Grimm's Fairy tales / by Arland Ussher and Carl Von Metyradt ; with drawings by Tate Adams ; preface by Padraic Colum.

By: Ussher, Percy Arland.
Contributor(s): Metzradt, Carl von | Adams, Tate | Colum, Padraic, 1881-1972 | Sandymount Press [publisher.] | Dolmen Press [publisher].
Publisher: Dublin: The Dolmen Press in association with The Sandymount Press, [1957]Description: 79 p. ; 21 cm.Subject(s): Grimm, Jacob, 1785-1863 -- Criticism and interpretation | Grimm, Wilhelm, 1786-1859 -- Criticism and interpretation | German fiction -- Translations into English -- 19th centuryDDC classification: 833
Contents:
I. Enter these enchanted woods (Little Briar-Rose) -- II. The beast's head above the door (Falada or the Goose-girl) -- III. The magic crystal (Little snow-white) -- IV. The wise simpleton (The queen bee, an the crystal ball) -- V. The servant as hero (faithful John) -- VI. The lady in the tower (The lettuce-girl) -- VII. The tomb and the veil (Maid Maleen) -- VIII. Roses, bears and mannikins (Snow-white and Rose-red) -- IX. The greatest fairy-tale (The juniper-tree) -- X. The slipper on the stair (Cinderella) -- XI. The great twin brethren (The golden-children) -- XII. The ghostly weaver (Rumpelstiltskin) -- XIII. Apron and wand (Sweetheart Roland) -- XIV. The house of bread (Hänsel und Gretel)
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Irish Reserve 833 USS (Browse shelf) Not for loan 000435985

With page of errata tipped in at end.

This edition consists of 1,000 copies, September, 1957.

Three of the essays in this volume appeared in The Dublin Magazine, and two of them n World Review.

I. Enter these enchanted woods (Little Briar-Rose) -- II. The beast's head above the door (Falada or the Goose-girl) -- III. The magic crystal (Little snow-white) -- IV. The wise simpleton (The queen bee, an the crystal ball) -- V. The servant as hero (faithful John) -- VI. The lady in the tower (The lettuce-girl) -- VII. The tomb and the veil (Maid Maleen) -- VIII. Roses, bears and mannikins (Snow-white and Rose-red) -- IX. The greatest fairy-tale (The juniper-tree) -- X. The slipper on the stair (Cinderella) -- XI. The great twin brethren (The golden-children) -- XII. The ghostly weaver (Rumpelstiltskin) -- XIII. Apron and wand (Sweetheart Roland) -- XIV. The house of bread (Hänsel und Gretel)

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