In Harrap published The Fairy Tales of Perrault with pictures by Ireland's Illustration God Harry Clarke While not as frightening as Clarke's Faust, Poe, or Swinburne, I expect this work fried the brains of plenty of children over the years.
"Any one but Cinderilla would have dressed their heads awry"- 'Cinderilla' from The Fairy Tales of Charles Perrault / translated by Robert Samber and J. Mansion, illustrated by Harry Clarke
Charles Perrault's Histoires ou Contes du Temps Passé has become the most well-known version of the Cinderella story, featuring the classic fairy
Cinderella ~ illustrated by Harry Clarke
vintageillustration: “ ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ from ‘The fairy tales of Charles Perrault’ illustrated by Harry Clarke. Published 1922 by George G. Harrap & Co. See the complete book here. ”
"A long black pudding came winding and wriggling towards her" -'The Ridiculous Wishes' from The Fairy Tales of Charles Perrault / translated by Robert Samber and J. Mansion, illustrated by Harry Clarke