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Cinderella: The Little Glass Slipper by Charles Perrault

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The 17th-century French version of the fairy tale by Charles Perrault was the first to introduce the fairy godmother, the pumpkin carriage, and the glass slipper that would come to define the story. Thornwillow’s newly typeset and letterpress-printed English edition is accompanied with six original illustrations by John Hutton, and is signed by the artist.

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The story of Cinderella is the quintessential fairy tale. Whether her name was Aschenputtel in Germany, or Rhodopis in ancient Egypt, the serving girl who loses a slipper and finds her Prince is known the world over by children and adults alike. This volume, printed and published by Thornwillow Press, presents the 17th-century version of the tale made popular by Charles Perrault with his creative and much-loved additions of the fairy godmother, the pumpkin carriage, and the cardinal glass slipper. This newly typeset edition is accompanied by six original drawings by John Hutton that were made exclusively for the volume and appear here for the first time.
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About The Author Charles Perrault (1628- 1703) built the foundations for the fairy tale genre and his versions of older stories continue to resonate with modern readers. John Hutton is a painter and illustrator who specializes in children's storybooks.
Dimensions Each copy is numbered and signed by the artist. 6″W x 8 1/2″H. 40 pages.
Edition 250 copies, bound in blue Morocco leather and blue handmade paste paper. 250 copies, bound in blue paste paper.
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