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Cinderella by Arthur Rackham
Cinderella, "to shut himself up in his library..."
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Rackham, Arthur, 1919, Publisher's print
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33929
Cinderella, "Why the only peace the poor man can get is to shut himself up in his library..."
Ella's step-mother, the Baroness, and her father in his library.

"He's no longer master in his own house, and he's nagged at day and night. Why, the only peace the poor man can get is to shut himself up in his library, and even then the Baroness," here Belinda gave a mighty scornful sniff, "goes and disturbs him half a dozen times a day."
1919
25.2 x 18.5 cm
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