The Children’s Books History Society is staging a Study Day on Saturday 13 October 2012 to celebrate Two Hundred Years of the Grimm Brothers’ Fairy Tales. The venue is the Church Hall of the Great Crown Court Church of Scotland in London’s Covent Garden.
The speakers will be:
Brian Alderson on The Making of the Kinder–und Hausmärchen
Neil Philips on The Influence of the Grimms
Geoff Fox on “There’s Game in the Wind”
Nick Tucker on “How grim are the Grimms’ fairy-tale parents?”
David Blaimres on The Role of the Forest in Grimms’ Fairy Tales
Susan Bailes on The Illustrators of Grimms’ Fairy Tales
The cost of the day is £20, which includes all refreshments including lunch.
Further details and a booking form are available from:
6 Osterley Park View Road
LONDON W7 2HH
tel. 020 8567 4521