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The compassionate children instantly seized hold of the little man. Warwick Goble Warwick goble, from The fairy book, by Dinah Craik, London, 1913. (Source: archive.org)

"The compassionate children instantly seized hold of the little man, held him fast, and struggled so long that the eagle let his prey go." Illustration by Warwick Goble for "Snow-White and Rose-Red", From 'The Fairy Book' by Dinah Maria Mulock.

Warwick Goble, from "The fairy book 1913"

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‘When the cock had now crowed for the third time, … the little men stole down and disappeared’ (Adventures of John Dietrich).Illustration by Warwick Goble from ‘The Fairy Book’ published 1913 by Macmillan & Co.archive.org

The Adventures of John Dietrich. The Fairy Book, a book of traditional fairytales written/translated by Dinah Maria Mulock and illustrated by Warwick Goble, was published in 1923 by Macmillan and Co. It had 16 full colour illustrations.

Jack […] seized the hen, and ran off with her. Warwick goble, from The fairy book, by Dinah Craik, London, 1913.

seized the hen, and ran off with her,. reached the top of the bean-stalk, which he descended in safety." Illustration by Warwick Goble for "Jack and the Bean-Stalk", From 'The Fairy Book' by Dinah Maria Mulock.

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"At evening-tide she climbed up into a little tree, and purposed spending the night there, for fear of the wild beasts." Illustration by Warwick Goble for "The Iron Stove", From 'The Fairy Book' by Dinah Maria Mulock.

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What form she pleased each thing would take That e’er she did behold Warwick Goble, from The book of fairy poetry, by Dora Owen, London, New York, 1920.

Warwick Goble illustration of Lirope the Bright from The Book of Fairy Poetry 1920 compiled by Dora Owen

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