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Enter These Enchanted Woods, page 05 The Beast's Head Above the Door (Falada or the Goose-Girl)

Dolmen Press Collection - Printing Block Series

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Item Details

contributor
Adams, Tate, 1922-
date
2008-10-30T22:54:25Z
2010-06-14T19:45:05Z
2008-10-30T22:54:25Z
2010-06-14T19:45:05Z
2005-04-12 (issued)
1957 (issued)
description
Image issued as illustration by the Dolmen Press, Dublin, Ireland, and printed in 1957. Image depicts girl and horse. Zinc engraving.
format
image/jpeg
hiersubject
Artists
Permalink
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/852
language
en
publisher
Z. Smith Reynolds Library, Wake Forest University
relation
MS1000 Enter These Enchanted Woods: An Interpretation of Grimm's Fairy Tale http://www.wfu.edu/zsr/collections/digital/ead/dolmen_plates.xml
rights
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Rights Statement
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source
Dolmen Press Manuscript Collection, Printing Blocks Series
subject
Artists
Printing plates -- Ireland -- 20th century
Ussher, Arland. Enter these enchanted woods -- Illustrations
Von Metzradt, Carl. Enter these enchanted woods -- Illustrations
title
Enter These Enchanted Woods, page 05 The Beast's Head Above the Door (Falada or the Goose-Girl)
type
Image

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