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The 13 Clocks (original 1950; edition 2008)
by James Thurber, Marc Simont (Illustrator), Neil Gaiman (Introduction)
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0440405823, Paperback)How can anyone describe this book? It isn't a parable, a fairy story or a poem, but rather a mixture of all three. It is beautiful and it is comic. It is philosophical and it is cheery. What we suppose we are trying fumblingly to say is, in a word, that it is Thurber.
There are only a few reasons why everybody has always wanted to read this kind of story, but they are basic:
Everybody has always wanted to love a Princess.
Everybody has always wanted to be a Prince.
Everybody has always wanted the wicked Duke to be punished.
Everybody has always wanted to live happily ever after.
Too little of this kind of thing is going on in the world today. But all of it is going on valorously in The 13 Clocks.
(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:54:36 -0400)
In a cold, gloomy castle where all the clocks have stopped, a wicked Duke amuses himself by finding new and fiendish ways of rejecting the suitors for his niece, the good and beautiful Princess Saralinda.
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An edition of this book was published by NYRB Classics.
An edition of this book was published by The New York Review Children's Collection.
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