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George MacDonald

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(1824 - 1905)

George MacDonald

George MacDonald (December 10, 1824 – September 18, 1905) was a Scottish author, poet, and Christian minister.



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At the Back of the North Wind (1871)

Diamond is visited by the North Wind who takes him on magical journeys. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): George MacDonald
Illustrator(s): Arthur Hughes

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At the Back of the North Wind (1919)

The son of a poor coachman is swept away by a radiant, maternal spirit with long, flowing hair. Read online at archive.org.

Author(s): George MacDonald
Illustrator(s): Jessie Willcox Smith

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At the Back of the North Wind (1924)

The son of a poor coachman is swept away by a radiant, maternal spirit with long, flowing hair.

Author(s): George MacDonald
Illustrator(s): F. D. Bedford

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At the Back of the North Wind (1956)

Diamond is befriended by the North Wind who takes him on magical journeys.

Author(s): George MacDonald
Illustrator(s): Ernest H. Shepard

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At the Back of the North Wind (1989)

The son of a poor coachman is swept away by a radiant, maternal spirit with long, flowing hair.

Author(s): George MacDonald
Illustrator(s): Jessie Willcox Smith

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Dealings with the Fairies (1867)

A collection of stories including ‘The Light Princess’ about a princess who losses her gravity. Read online at archive.org.

Author(s): George MacDonald
Illustrator(s): Arthur Hughes

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The Light Princess (1926)

A collection of fairy tales including the story of a princess who loses her gravity.

Author(s): George MacDonald
Illustrator(s): Dorothy P. Lathrop

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The Light Princess (1962)

Due to her father the king’s neglect to invite her aunt to the christening, that spiteful witch comes anyway and curses the infant princess so that she loses her gravity. This calls for the aid of a handsome prince, and an unusually selfless one rises to the challenge.

Author(s): George MacDonald
Illustrator(s): William Pène du Bois

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The Light Princess and Other Fairy Stories (1890)

A collection of fairy tales including the story of a princess who loses her gravity. Read online at archive.org.

Author(s): George MacDonald
Illustrator(s): L. Leslie Brooke

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The Light Princess and Other Fairy Stories (1920)

A collection of fairy tales including the story of a princess who loses her gravity.

Author(s): George MacDonald
Illustrator(s): F. D. Bedford

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The Princess and Curdie (1883)

In this sequel to The Princess and the Goblin, Curdie and his beasts restore Irene’s King-Papa to his throne. Read online at archive.org.

Author(s): George MacDonald
Illustrator(s): James Allen

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The Princess and Curdie (1908)

In this sequel to The Princess and the Goblin, Curdie and his beasts restore Irene’s King-Papa to his throne. Read online at archive.org.

Author(s): George MacDonald
Illustrator(s): Maria L. Kirk

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The Princess and Curdie (1927)

In this sequel to The Princess and the Goblin, Curdie and his beasts restore Irene’s King-Papa to his throne.

Author(s): George MacDonald
Illustrator(s): Dorothy P. Lathrop

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The Princess and Curdie (1954)

In this sequel to The Princess and the Goblin, Curdie and his beasts restore Irene’s King-Papa to his throne.

Author(s): George MacDonald
Illustrator(s): Nora S. Unwin

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The Princess and Curdie (1976)

In this sequel to The Princess and the Goblin, Curdie and his beasts restore Irene’s King-Papa to his throne.

Author(s): George MacDonald
Illustrator(s): Pauline Baynes
Helen Stratton

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The Princess and the Goblin (1872)

The Princess Irene is being raised at her King Papa’s hunting lodge. When her nurse keeps her out too late one evening, they are rescued from the goblins by Curdy, a miner’s son. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): George MacDonald
Illustrator(s): Arthur Hughes

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The Princess and the Goblin (1907)

The Princess Irene is being raised at her King Papa’s hunting lodge. When her nurse keeps her out too late one evening, they are rescued from the goblins by Curdy, a miner’s son. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): George MacDonald
Illustrator(s): Arthur Hughes
Maria L. Kirk

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