Grimm Tales, Philip Pullman

isbn: 9781846140266 rescues the Grimm’s from antique books and universities to a wider audience, being that some might find renewed interest via there emergence from the Disney copyright ghetto (my blog) and parents who have decided that there stuff is ‘unwholesome’.

Philip Pullman can string two words together and despite his creations being murdered by the american film industry (my blog) who is usually worth a read. The vocal nature of the tales and origin of the Grimm’s are explored, and the book does them justice.

3/5 bananas

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