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A wonderful literary oddity ... a brief retelling of Dante's Inferno for children, written by a leading educator of children (Elizabeth Harrison, 1849-1927). Walter Crane provides three beautiful woodcut prints. Also includes a note, The Value of the Study of Dante to Mothers.
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Published 1894 by Chicago, Ill. : The Chicago Kindergarten College
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David Burkam
Beautiful. Rare. Fascinating. We need more Dante in our kindergarten classrooms!
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Elizabeth Mary Fancourt was born on 12 January 1921 in Watford, Hertfordshire, England, UK. She studied at Berkhamsted School. She worked as medical secretary, and during the World War II, she served at Women's Auxiliary Air Force.

As Elizabeth Harrison, she wrote romance novels from 1965 to 1995, she specialized in medical romances. She was the ninth elected Chairman (1977-1979) of the Romantic No
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