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Andrew Lang

‘I wish you may be punished by falling in love with the silent princess.’ And having said this she vanished.

For some time the boy paid no heed to her words—indeed he forgot them altogether; but as years went by, and he began to think more about things, the remembrance of the old woman’s wish came back to his mind. 37 more words


Coming soon...Andrew Lang | Burnt Shades

We’ve recently posted a preview of our sixth release, which sees us veer in a modern classical direction in the form of Andrew Lang’s547 more words


Book Review: The Pink Fairy Book

Published in 1897, The Pink Fairy Book was my choice for the Classic Short Story Collection in the Back to the Classics Challenge for 2016. 236 more words


The Occupation of the South: An Interview with Andrew Lang

By Ashley Whitehead Luskey

Over the course of this year, we’ll be interviewing some of the historians scheduled to speak at the 2016 CWI conference… 1,205 more words


Perang antara Rubah dan Serigala

Perang antara Rubah dan Serigala

Andrew Lang

Di sebuah desa, tinggallah seorang petani beserta istrinya. Petani itu bernama Simon, dan istrinya bernama Susan. Mereka memiliki seekor anjing dan seekor kucing yang sudah sama-sama tua. 965 more words


Fairy Chariot

Illustration by H. J. Ford for the story “Fairy Gifts,” in the Green Fairy Book.