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Bluebeard - from 'Fairy Tales' a book with illustrations by Margaret Tarrant http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1473319315/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=1473319315&linkCode=as2&tag=reaboo09-20&linkId=CM6UHP6E2SRGUPV7 ""If you open that door," said Bluebeard, "I shall be very angry indeed and will certainly cut off your head.""

This 'Fairy Tale Collection' contains many classic children's stories, with thirty dazzling colour plates and eighteen other Margaret Tarrant illustrations.

'Bluebeard' illustration by W. Heath Robinson featured in this book: Old-Time Stories Told By Master Charles Perrault - Illustrated by W. Heath Robinson available on http://www.amazon.co.uk/Old-Time-Stories-Master-Charles-Perrault-ebook/dp/B00CIX2P5K/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1436532691&sr=8-1&keywords=Old+Time+Stories+Told+By+Master+Charles+Perrault

'Old Time Stories Told by Master Charles Perrault' is translated by A. Johnson, and decorated with the stunning illustrations of William Heath Robinson.

Her friends did not want to be invited.  Joseph E. Southall, from The story of Blue Beard, by Charles Perraut, London, 1895.

The Charles Perrault fairy tale given an Arts and Crafts interpretation by British artist Joseph Southall This is a slim volume from 1895 with illustrations very much in the manner of .

She paused before unlocking the door. Joseph E. Southall, from The story of Blue…

She paused before unlocking the door. Joseph E. Southall, from The story of Blue Beard, by Charles Perrault, London,

I see only the sun and dust.  Joseph E. Southall, from The story of Blue Beard, by Charles Perrault, London, 1895.

I see only the sun and dust. Joseph E. Southall, from The story of Blue Beard, by Charles Perrault, London,

'Old Time Tales'; illustrated by Charles Robinson

'Old Time Tales'; illustrated by Charles Robinson a prolific British book illustrator

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