The Forgotten and the Fantastical In this beguiling collection of fairy tales for an adult audience there is both the familiar and the unfamiliar Here you will find modern twists on old favourites such as Little Red Riding Hood Pino

  • Title: The Forgotten and the Fantastical
  • Author: Teika Bellamy Rebecca Burland Becky Cherriman Tomas Cynric Barbara Higham C.M. Little N.J. Ramsden Lisa Shipman
  • ISBN: 9780957385849
  • Page: 410
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this beguiling collection of fairy tales for an adult audience there is both the familiar and the unfamiliar Here you will find modern twists on old favourites such as Little Red Riding Hood , Pinocchio and The Dream of Akinosuke , as well as reinterpretations of The Mermaid of Zennor and Arthurian legend Original fiction has its place here too, with charactersIn this beguiling collection of fairy tales for an adult audience there is both the familiar and the unfamiliar Here you will find modern twists on old favourites such as Little Red Riding Hood , Pinocchio and The Dream of Akinosuke , as well as reinterpretations of The Mermaid of Zennor and Arthurian legend Original fiction has its place here too, with characters so vivid that they will continue to haunt you long after their stories have been read.

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    1. A wonderful little anthology of modern fairy tales, very varied in theme and tone. I particularly enjoyed NJ Ramsden's 'The Boy and the Bird' (a beautifully crafted fable about friendship, adversity and loss), Lindsey Watkins' 'Footfalls of the Hunter' (a sensuous retelling of Little Red Riding Hood - it reminded me of some of Angela Carter's work), Becky Cherriman's 'Grief Trilogy' (three very different, thoughtful and very moving evocations of grief), Marija Smit's 'Lady Seaweed, or Tristesse' [...]

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