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May 3, - Published on Amazon. It was basically unreadable because of the OCR software, apparently -- misspelled words, missed sentences, paragraphs, even. Impossible to have a coherent read. January 22, - Published on Amazon. Mopsa the Fairy was written in the early s before the wars and reflects the Edwardian "long golden afternoon" of Great Britain before WW1.

It makes a great bedtime story for children, if you have Gothic Victorian sensibilities and like plots featuring numerous strong female characters.. Jack has a nanny who falls asleep under a hollow hawthorn tree which everyone knows is the fairy tree and Jack decides to climb into the the tree to look in a nest, which turns out to be full of infant fairies in Edwardian baby smocks.

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He becomes caught up in a journey through time and space to return them safely to fairyland "you humans talk about Now and Then; we fairies do not. We are governed by Old Mother Fate! Oh, the fatal F is in her name, and no-one can take it out! Chapter by chapter, he travels up the wonderful river in a talking boat, cares for Mopsa as she grows, and learns that a human kiss can transform a "common one-foot-one fairy" ruled entirely by instinct into a fairy queen who can bleed, laugh and cry and reason and know what is going to happen.

But unlike Jack, Mopsa, insect-like and ruled by Fate, has no free will. When Mopsa meets her fate, she implacably returns his kiss and shuts him out of her story. The ending is the end of childhood, the timeless time, and the beginning of choice and responsibility. In his grief, he chooses to call the bird that brought him and Mopsa to Fairyland to take him home.

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Get an edition with pictures, they are charming. Each chapter starts with a poem, written by Jean Ingelow; e. October 23, - Published on Amazon. It's old-fashioned, of course, and that brings such yummy nostalgia as more graciousness, tenderer subtleties, a quaint and respectful formality, more nuanced colors charming yet also sometimes somehow vaguely disturbing images , lending immeasurably to its story's twists and turns There are actually many free versions online Kirk , on the Univ.

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