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The Better to See You With Part 1


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Slideshow to accompany "Little Red Riding Hood" Bechtel Fellowship study & report.
Part 1: images of Little Red meeting the Wolf.
Part 2: Images of Little Red meeting the Wolf as Grandmother.

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The Better to See You With Part 1

  1. 1. Bechtel Fellowship, 2017 — Angela J. Reynolds The Better to SeeYouWith: Part I Exploring Little Red Riding Hood at the Baldwin Collection, University of Florida
  2. 2. A visual study Part I: Meeting theWolf ✤ These slides are a visual accompaniment to the Bechtel Fellowship report and presentation, The Better to See You With: Peering into the story of Little Red Riding Hood, 1695 - 1939, by Angela J. Reynolds. Part I is “Meeting the Wolf”; Part II is “What Big Eyes You Have” (Little Red and the Wolf as Grandmother). All photographs were taken by Angela J. Reynolds at the George A. Smathers Library, Baldwin Collection, University of Florida, April - May 2017. See last slides for bibliographic information.
  3. 3. 1775 (A1) Early Woodcuts 1800 (C3) Timeline: 1697: Perrault publishes 1729: Perrault translated into English
  4. 4. Timeline: 1812: Grimm publishes Household Tales 1823: Grimm translated into English 1820’s - 1840’s - Chapbooks popular C1 1835 A5 circa 1830
  5. 5. Emotion & “The Gaze” more evident J7, 1838 (note woodcutter in background) R3, 1836
  6. 6. Timeline: 1840: Coloured or “Toy” books appear. Often hand coloured. 1840’s: Books larger than chapbooks being published A6, 1840, hand coloured A9, 1840, hand coloured note: windmills in both illustrations
  7. 7. Timeline: 1860’s: With advent of photography, engraving changes & improves E1, 1864 Note colour & clean lines. Illustration advances text with dark forest, emotion, and body language.
  8. 8. Timeline: 1864: Gustave Doré illustrates Perrault’s “Little Red Riding Hood” A10, 1870 Note size of wolf, how his shadow engulfs her, note “the gaze”, and her expression. She looks young except for her face, which seems mature. Exceptional use of light for this medium.
  9. 9. Doré’s influence is seen throughout the history of LRRH A11, 1870 A4, circa 1880 D5, 1868 G6, 1892 J4, c. 1911
  10. 10. Timeline: 1870’s: Children’s books become fashionable and profitable as growing middle class increases interest in and purchase of books; publishers repurpose stories and plates in several editions D6, 1870 L6, 1870 T6, 1873 All three published by Frederick Warne & Co, London
  11. 11. Timeline: 1870-76: Compulsory education in UK 1878-1886: Randolph Caldecott is being published 1875: Walter Crane’s “Toy Book” features Wolf dressed as Man F11, 1875
  12. 12. Timeline: 1880-1900: Moveable & shaped books become popular E5, 1877, panels open to reveal another image M8, 1880, tissue paper images pop out F8, 1890, image slides to reveal another A8, 1890, shaped book example
  13. 13. Timeline: 1890’s: Industrial production possible; 1890’s: Children’s books noticed and written about 1890’s: Arts & Crafts, Art Nouveau influence on illustration 1892: Public education in US, rise in literacy levels; P5, 1895 font & design influenced by art movements G1, 1890 begin to see Art Nouveau influence in cover design
  14. 14. B10, 1897 font & design influenced by art movements G7, 1896 influenced by Art Nouveau More Art Nouveau / Art & Crafts influences P4, 1890’s influenced by Art Nouveau
  15. 15. Timeline: 1900-1912: Quality gift books are fashionable Early 1900’s: Mastery of four-colour process 1900’s: Text becomes as important as images in children's books H4, 1916 - colour O4, 1909 - Signed limited edition, bound in leather, art pages tipped in
  16. 16. Timeline: 1914: Children’s Library opens in Brownsville, NY 1914 - 1918: World War 1; age of gift book is over H2, 1916, illustrated by John Gruelle K12, 1914, illustrated by John GruelleB7, 1914, moveable book
  17. 17. Timeline: 1920’s: Women’s roles are changing 1924: Horn Book magazine founded O1, 1920 - girl more prominent than wolf K3, 1929 - Little Red begins to resemble film stars like Clara Bow
  18. 18. Timeline: 1930’s: Cheap picture books for children now being published J2, 1934 - Disney mash-up w/ 3 Pigs G5, 1939 LRRH included in Raggedy Ann collection J5, 1933 - pop-up
  19. 19. All books presented in this slideshow from the Baldwin Library of Historical Children's Literature at the University of Florida Books are listed in order of slides; Letter-number code is Reynolds’ research number, used here for ease of cross-reference . Slides 1-11 A1 Winlove, Solomon Entertaining Stories (London: E. Newbery, 1775) UF 15h7020 C3 Histories or Tales of Past Times told by Mother Goose (Bristol: Philip Rose, 1800) UF 15p3363 A5 Entertaining History of Little Red Riding Hood (York: J. Kendrew Penny Books, circa 1830) UF 15p1830 C1 History of Little Red Riding Hood (Otley: William Walker, 1835) UF 15p3392 R3 The Fairy Book illustrated by J.A. Adams (New York: Harper & Brothers, circa 1836-1852) UF 23h7657 J7 The Child’s Fairy Library illustrations signed “Granville” (London: Joseph Thomas, Tegg & Son, 1838) UF 15h970 A6 History of Little Red Riding Hood (Albany: Sprague & Company, circa 1830) UF 23p1033 A9 Little Red Riding Hood (Otley: J.S. Publishing & Stationery, circa 1840) UF 23p1227 E1 Stoddard, R. Henry; illustrated by Alfred Fredericks Little Red Riding Hood (New York: J.G. Gregory, 1864) UF 39p11 A10 Fairy Tales Told Again, eighth edition, illustrated by Gustave Doré (London: Cassell, Petter, Galpin, & Co, 1870) UF 39h8619 D5 Child’s Own Book of Standard Fairy Tales illustrated by George Cruikshank (Philadelphia: Duffield Ashamed, 1868) UF 23h5861 A11 Child’s Wonder Picture Book of Favourite Stories engravings by Dalziel brothers (London: Ward, Lock, and Co., circa 1870) UF 39h937 A4 Paull, Mrs. H.B (translated by) Grimm’s Fairy Tales (London: Frederick Warne & Co., circa 1880) UF 23h9187 G6 Lovett, R.W. (indexed by) Robinson Crusoe, the Clever Cats, & c (London: Thomas Nelson & Sons, 1892) UF 39h284 digitized J4 Coussens, Penrhyn W. (selected & arranged by), illustrated by Jessie Wilcox Smith A Child’s Book of Stories (New York: Dodd, Mead, & Co., copyright 1911, this edition 1934) UF 39h3383 D6 Baker, Sarah S. Aunt Friendly’s Nursery Favourite (London: Frederick Warne & Co. , 1870) L6 Red Riding Hood (London: Frederick Warne & Co., circa 1870) UF 23p1888 T6 Warne’s National Nursery Library: Little Red Riding Hood issue (London: Frederick Warne & Co., 1873) UF 23h18933 Digitized , F11 Crane, Walter Walter Crane’s Toy Books: Little Red Riding Hood (London: G. Routledge, 1875) UF 39p662 digitized
  20. 20. E5 Little Red Riding Hood and Cinderella (London: Dean and Son, 1877) UF 23h49432 F8 Pastime Pictures: A Book of Transformation Scenes (London: Ernest Nister, 1890) UF 23h15154 digitized M8 Little Red Riding Hood (Philadelphia: B. Wilmsen, circa 1880) UF 39p1702 digitized A8 Little Red Riding Hood (London: Raphael Tuck and Sons, circa 1890) UF 23p1035 G1 Treasury of Fairytales for Little Folks illustrated by Thwaites, N. Orr (New York: Worthington & Co., 1890) UF 23h18076 P5 Little Red Riding Hood (“Printed in Bavaria” No Publisher info available, circa 1895) UF 39p1711 digitized B10 Bennett, Weedon, Watson, Nesbit, & Others Little Red Riding Hood and other Fairy Tales (New York: E.P. Dutton & Co, circa 1897) UF 39h1375 G7 Mother Goose Rhymes, Jingles, and Fairytales (Philadelphia: Henry Altemus, 1896) UF 23h13548 P4 Little Red Riding Hood illustrated by Clara Powers Wilson (Chicago: M.A. Donohue, circa 1890-1900) UF 39p1735 O4 Lucas, Mrs. Edgar (translated by) illustrated by Arthur Rackham Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm (London: Constable & Co., 1909) Signed, copy 56 of 750. UF 39p1840 H4 Elias, Edith L., illustrated by William Andrew Pogany Red Riding Hood (London: George G. Harrap & Co, circa 1916) UF 23p2161 B7 Little Red Riding Hood (New York: Pictorial Color Book Co., Inc, circa 1914) UF 23h11865 K12 Hunt, Margaret (translated by), illustrated by John B. Gruelle Grimm’s Fairy Tales (New York: Cupples 7 Leon Co., 1914) UF 39h4512 H2 Gruelle, John B. All About Little Red Riding Hood (New York: Cupples & Leon Co., 1916) UF 15h5872 O1 Little Red Riding Hood (Chicago: M.A. Donahue, circa 1920) K3 Rogers, Julia Anne, illustrated by Francis Brundage Little Red Riding Hood (New York: Stecher Litho Co., 1929) UF 39p1797 J5 Little Red Riding Hood illustrated by Harold B. Lentz (New York: Blue Ribbon Books, 1933) UF 23h10983 J2 Disney, Walt (staff) Little Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Wolf (Philadelphia: David McKay, 1934) UF 23p1892 G5 Gruelle, Johnny Raggedy Ann in the Magic Book (New York: Johnny Gruelle Co. , 1939) All books presented in this slideshow from the Baldwin Library of Historical Children's Literature at the University of Florida Books are listed in order of slides; Letter-number code is Reynolds’ research number, used here for ease of cross-reference. Slides 12-18
  21. 21. This slideshow is research work by Angela J. Reynolds, for educational purposes only. “UF” number is call number. Some editions digitized; noted where applicable.