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The Fairy Tale Museum.

Author: Susannah M Smith
Publisher: Halifax/Picton : Invisible Publishing, 2018.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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""Everything is new. Everything is strange. Everything is possible.""--Yumi SakugawaThe Fairy Tale Museum is an alchemical curiosity-cabinet-as-novel that showcases the original, spectacular, grotesque, endearing, and otherworldly. You'll meet bird-headed lovers, a cyborg cyclops, a fortune teller, revolutionary ventriloquists' dummies, a narcoleptic vampire, Eros and Thanatos, and a host of woodland creatures. A  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Smith, Susannah M.
Fairy Tale Museum.
Halifax/Picton : Invisible Publishing, ©2018
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Susannah M Smith
ISBN: 9781988784076 1988784077
OCLC Number: 1034572485
Description: 1 online resource (189 pages)
Contents: Intro; Front matter; EXHIBITION GUIDE; Instructions for Collectors; WUNDERKAMMER; The Museum; INTO THE WOODS; Little Black Riding Hood; The Wolf, Part I; Böhmerwald; The Wolf, Part II; Little Ghost Bird; The Wounded Fox; Sanatorium; THE FLÂNEURS' ARCADE; The Grand Tour; Golden Town; The Animal SoirEe; A Letter from the Capital; The True Sweetheart; CARNIVALIA; The Oneiroscopist; The Brightness; The Tap Dancer; The Amputee; The Anchoress; Three Automatons; The Dolls; The Rose Lady; The Prodigy; The Cat Man; The Visionary; NATURALIA; Renaissance Man; Rabbit Foot Charm; Liquid Specimen. The Head and the HandThe Blue Beads; The Disappearing Bird; Baby; The Hairy Root; SBC; Mechanism; THE WINTER PALACE; The Little Monkey; The Girl Who Left the Past Behind; Cathedral; The Princess Room; The Snow Queen; Patience; How to Become a Prince; Catherine, Empress of all the Russias; THE ARTISTS' COLLECTION; Portraits; Chandelier; The Sisters Strange; DemolitioN; The Groupie; Dr. Mütter's 19th-; Century Dreaming; The Groundskeeper; The Hero's Journey; The Squirrel Painter; The Nimble Robot; The Dancers; Twin Brothers; The Dioramists; Franz; APPARITIONS; Spooky Little Things; The Arm. SkelliesThe Crystal Ring; The Tower; The Girl Without a Body; Transparencies; SUBLIME MONSTERS; Salt; Arcadia; The Cyborg Cyclops; Bridges; The Fingerless Woman; Scales; The Gothic Nurse; The Giants; The Narcoleptic; The Plague Doctor; THE GALLERY OF TRANSFORMATIONS; The Puppet Maker; The Garden; The Family; The Man Who Became a Diamond; A Girl Named Violet; Snow White; Cherry Lips; THE DREAMING DRAWER; The City; Princess Rose Head; The Park; Gold Halos; Threshold; The Dreamers; Returning After a Long Silence; UTOPIAS; The Theatre; Wonder of Wonders; Childhood; The Hidden Staircase. The Pleasure GardenCastle; THE ARCHIVES:; A CURATOR'S JOURNAL; A Love Letter; Notes; Acknowledgements.

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""Everything is new. Everything is strange. Everything is possible.""--Yumi SakugawaThe Fairy Tale Museum is an alchemical curiosity-cabinet-as-novel that showcases the original, spectacular, grotesque, endearing, and otherworldly. You'll meet bird-headed lovers, a cyborg cyclops, a fortune teller, revolutionary ventriloquists' dummies, a narcoleptic vampire, Eros and Thanatos, and a host of woodland creatures. A celebration of hybrids, creativity, and transformation, this book is a manifesto against putting ourselves into boxes that limit who we can be and what is possible.

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