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White as milk, red as blood

Franz Xaver von Schönwerth

White as milk, red as blood

the forgotten fairy tales of Franz Xaver von Schönwerth

by Franz Xaver von Schönwerth

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  • 17 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fairy tales,
  • Folklore

  • Edition Notes

    Statementillustrated by Willow Dawson ; translated by Shelley Tanaka ; with a foreword by Philip Pullman
    ContributionsPullman, Philip, 1946- writer of foreword, Tanaka, Shelley, translator, Dawson, Willow, illustrator
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGR167.B3 S35313 2018
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxiii, 114 pages
    Number of Pages114
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26958254M
    ISBN 100345812174
    ISBN 109780345812179
    OCLC/WorldCa967788036

    White as Milk, Red as Blood Crims, Sharpey. Chapter 3 Chapter by Sharpey. Chapter Text. Like hell Edith was going to let them drug her to sleep. Fuck. That. She looks to see a nook of some kind up a small set of stairs, there's more shelves of books up there too. She climbs the stairs and admires the way the small table is set in front of a.   Following the tradition of illustrated fairy-tale collections, White as Milk, Red as Blood is the very first fully illustrated, full-colour edition of Franz Xaver von Schönwerth's work. It is a timeless tome of enchantment and foreboding: tales--as haunting as they are profound--of powerful princesses, helpless men, lecherous villains Format: Hardcover.

      White Milk & Red Blood from the musical Dessa Rose starring Rachel York and LaChanze (this is LaChanzes understudy Kenita Miller). Her paintings stand out on every wall; a sailboat suspended in a clear, almost white sky, which blends in with a milky sea; a forest of threadlike trees, which she told me are called birches, an image that moved her during a trip to Sweden; a field of red tulips against a blue, almost violet sky, from a Dutch landscape. I like Silvia’s paintings.4/5(32).

      Salla Simukka’s As Red as Blood trilogy is an international sensation, having sold more than one million copies worldwide and 52 foreign gh AS RED AS BLOOD is her first work published in the United States, Simukka already has several novels under her belt, as well as a collection of short stories for young readers/5(3). As Red as Blood is the 1st book in the trilogy in the young adult crime genre. The writing style or translator's translation, I'm not sure which, leaves a bit to be desired. It seemed a bit repetitive at times. However, the descriptions are very thorough and captivating. It seems like a lot of authors are retelling classic fairy tales a /5().


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White as Milk, Red as Blood: The Forgotten Fairy Tales of Franz Xaver von Schönwerth (Hardcover). White as Milk, Red as Blood The Forgotten Fairy Tales of Franz Xaver Von Schonwerth (Book): Schönwerth, Franz Xaver von: "In the grand tradition of newly translated and illustrated collections of fairy tales, we present this collection of "lost" German fairy tales by Franz Xaver von Schonwerth, translated by Canadian Shelley Tanaka and illustrated by local artist Willow Dawson.

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Book Review: As white as milk, as red as blood (A. D’Avenia) Leo is a boy of sixteen, he spends his quiet life and carefree, trying to avoid, whenever I knock on his door, the white that frightens him: silence, reflection, : Leonardo Del Vecchio. Following the tradition of illustrated fairy-tale collections, White as Milk, Red as Blood is the very first fully illustrated, full-colour edition of Franz Xaver von Schönwerth's work.

It is a timeless tome of enchantment and foreboding: tales--as haunting as they are profound--of powerful princesses, helpless men, lecherous villains, virtuous girls, witches, giants, at least one female serial killer, mer-people, shape-shifters and.

Following the tradition of illustrated fairy-tale collections, White as Milk, Red as Blood is the very first fully illustrated, full-colour edition of Franz Xaver von Schönwerth's work. It is a timeless tome of enchantment and foreboding: tales--as haunting as they are profound--of powerful princesses, helpless men, lecherous villains, virtuous girls, witches, giants, at least one female serial killer, mer.

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As soon as Thomas carried her over the threshold, she noticed small slight, changes.Leo now feels like a lion, as his name suggests, but there is still one thing that terrifies him: the color White. White is absence; everything related to deprivation and loss in his life is white. Red, on the other hand, is the color of love, passion and blood; red is the color of Beatrice’s hair.