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a b c d "Brian Froud". DarkCrystal.com. The Jim Henson Company. Archived from the original on 26 August 2019 . Retrieved 9 September 2019. Hunter, Stephen (10 December 1978). "Books of wonder, books of light...". The Baltimore Sun. Baltimore, Maryland. p.D5. Archived from the original on 19 August 2020 . Retrieved 19 August 2020– via Newspapers.com. And the "glossary" was very limited, and didn't give any real information. Instead, there's info about the creatures thrown all around but with no any explanation, as if we are expected to already know at least half of these.

Un libro indispensable para todos los apasionados del mundo de las hadas. He leído muchos libros del tema (especialmente de niña) pero ninguno como este. Nos presenta una visión realista, seria y adulta del mundo de las hadas. Olvidaos del estereoripo infantil Disney de las hadas buenas, bonitas y amigables. Su universo es mucho mas complejo, salvaje y oscuro, muchas veces maligno o terrorífico. Por esta razón no me cansaré de decir que ESTE NO ES UN LIBRO PARA NIÑOS, SINO PARA ADULTOS. a b c Harper, Sheryl (16 December 1978). "Faeries". The Gazette. Montreal, Quebec. p.64. Archived from the original on 19 August 2020 . Retrieved 19 August 2020– via Newspapers.com. Sharing lodging in Chagford on the edge of Dartmoor, [14] Lee and Froud spent nine months researching, illustrating and writing the book. [3] They referred to the work of leading British folklorist Katharine Briggs as one of their main sources for information about faeries. [15] Other sources include 19th-century folklorists such as Robert Hunt's Popular Romances of the West of England (1865) and Lady Wilde's Ancient Legends of Ireland (1887), as well as stories from the Middle Ages such as those told by Gerald of Wales. [16] According to Froud, Ballantine had "expected a fun, jolly book with fluffy faeries, and what he got were all these green horrible creatures with nasty teeth that bit your ankles, and he was horrified. But our research was based on folklore and on what faeries were really like." [15] Pirnia, Garin (9 September 2019). "Dark Crystal: The Age of Resistance's Design Supervisor Was Also the Baby in Labyrinth". Mental Floss . Retrieved 10 October 2020. Spectrum Awards 1995". Science Fiction Awards Database. Locus Science Fiction Foundation. Archived from the original on 4 March 2016 . Retrieved 25 December 2019.

British SF Association Awards 1998". Science Fiction Awards Database. Locus Science Fiction Foundation. Archived from the original on 28 April 2019 . Retrieved 24 December 2019. Milligan, Mercedes (31 August 2020). "2020 Concept Art Awards Finalists; Miyazaki, Froud Named Lifetime Achievement Recipients". Animation Magazine . Retrieved 2 November 2020.

Clarke, James (2017). The Year of the Geek: 365 Adventures from the Sci-Fi Universe. Aurum Press. p.194. ISBN 978-1-78131-693-1. Robinson, Abby (8 August 2019). "Here's why Netflix's Dark Crystal was made into a prequel". Digital Spy . Retrieved 24 June 2020.

Perhaps all women are part faerie, for what woman can deny her faerie blood when the portals to her own land are open; when the full moon sings its insistent song; when sorrow and passion and rage pulse through her body at moon times. This is why women are the chosen ones of Faerie, pat of the vibrant, fluid, emotional soul of the world…”

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