Plate 18

The Fairy Circus (1931)


Illustrated by Dorothy Lathrop



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

associated with the following text:


The mouse who had once lived with humans, the "only genuine white rodent

in the woods," was much in demand. I don't know what all the statues were,

but they had a winged mouse, and his wings were tied on with a band around

his stomach just like the wings of the horses in the real circus statues. He stood

perfectly still, except that his nose kept wiggling.