Plate 13

The Fairy Circus (1931)


Illustrated by Dorothy Lathrop



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Appearing as the fifth major monotone illustration plate within Lathrop's The Fairy Circus (1931), this image is

associated with the following text:


In their radiance, the fairies' bodies flashed palely translucent, as they swung in

long curves, as they twirled and somersaulted, all with their wings tightly folded.

It wouldn't have been fair to use wings when mortals have none.