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From:Folklore (Vol. 113, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedAbstract In 1997, Daniela Hempen published a short research paper in Folklore (108:45-8) about a somewhat unexpected character in some Bluebeard stories. Hempen calls her "Bluebeard's female helper." An old woman...
From: Criticism[(essay date fall 2003) In the following essay, Smith argues that, as an established artist and as the collaborative partner on Lewis Carroll's Alice books, Tenniel served as the first critical reader for the celebrated...
From:Criticism (Vol. 45, Issue 4) Peer-ReviewedWHEN JOHN TENNIEL was providing 42 illustrations for Alice's Adventures in Wonderland in 1864 he was in his mid-forties, an established illustrator and a Punch cartoonist. At that time C. L. Dodgson and Lewis Carroll...
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