Arthur Rackham (1867–1939)
In 1907, the copyright for Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland expired and there was a mad rush by publishers to deliver new editions, most of them unremarkable and blatant in their slavish adherence to Tenniel’s illustrations. 129 more words
We’re getting close to Christmas now so what about something a little seasonal?
I don’t much like Peter Pan. The familiar story of the irritating boy and the nice crocodile who never gets to eat him (or the equally annoying pirate) is a sickly mixture of cliches and sentiment. 909 more words