- Title: The Frog Prince And Other Stories (Illustrated Edition)
- Author: Walter Crane
- ISBN: 9781406585902
- Page: 380
- Format: Paperback
1 The Frog Prince brings back the princess golden ball in return for eating and sleeping as her friend.2 Princess Belle Etoile follows her cousin Prince Cheri on last of three dangerous expeditions, protected by magic doves she saves.3 Aladdin gains fortune and Princess Bulbul from the magic lamp genii spirit but angers his magician uncle.
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Two of these three stories are readily found in other locations, but I wanted to see Crane's illustrations. They have a different 'feeling,' than do the illustrations in modern books. For example the "exceedingly beautiful" daughter has a 'ski slope' nose that forms a straight line from the top of her forehead to the tip of the nose. And, she wears a chatelaine to which many intriguing items have been added.
gutenberg/ebooks/20437 imagesIn elegant archaic speech, surprised Aladdin part of this set. Cannot find moral messages. Cook for passing old ladies? Save doves from immolation sacrifice and cold? Pretty words roll on the tongue, bring magic worlds alive. Illustrations are strongly cut and tapestry-colored.Frog Prince The King's youngest daughter loses her favorite golden ball in a deep fountain, and a frog responds "thy tears would melt even a stone to pity" if she agrees to take him on as "thy [...]
The Frog Prince and Other Stories is a collection of three fairy tales illustrated by Walter Crane.The collection contains The Frog Prince, Princess Belle-Etoile, and Aladdin.Princess Belle-Etoile was the only story I hadn't previously read, but it's your typical fairy tale fare of a jealous woman trying to kill a bunch of children, but they just keep succeeding in everything they do.Aside from Belle-Etoile, there wasn't really anything new in this collection for me.The illustrations were gorgeo [...]
(try other Crane on project gutenberg, too)
Another one that was very strange. The Frog Prince - The princess, again was very superficial. There was no kissing frogs anywhere and I was a little confused at how *throwing a frog against the wall warranted him turning into a prince and wanting to marry her!* It made no sense to me.Princess Belle-Etoile - This i loved! There was a strong female character and the story was interesting. I kept wondering what was coming next. A little bit like Hercules in the tasks set and how easily the brother [...]
This only took a couple minutes to read but it was very enjoyable. My favorite part of this was the illustrations. They are done in a beautiful greek style and are very eye catching. It was great to see the stories imagined in a different way by this great artist.
Richly detailed, colorful illustrations. (wood-engraving?)
✓ The Frog Prince And Other Stories (Illustrated Edition) || æ PDF Download by ✓ Walter Crane 380 Walter Crane
Title: ✓ The Frog Prince And Other Stories (Illustrated Edition) || æ PDF Download by ✓ Walter Crane