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Rose Daughter (1997) [Novel]
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"It is the heart of this place, and it is dying," says the Beast. And it is true; the center of the Beast's palace, the glittering glasshouse that brings Beauty both comfort and delight in her strange new environment, is filled with leafless brown rosebushes. But deep within this enchanted world, new life, at once subtle and strong, is about to awaken. Twenty years ago Robin McKinley enthralled readers with the power of Beauty. Now this extraordinarily gifted novelist retells the story of Beauty and the Beast again--but in a totally new way, with fresh perspective, ingenuity, and mature insight. In Rose Daughter she has written her finest and most deeply felt work, a compelling, richly imagined, and haunting exploration of the transformative power of love.

Original title: Rose Daughter
Original languages: English

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Genre: Fairy Tales & FolkloreReinterpretations

Edition #1: Rose Daughter

Rose Daughter (1997)
Edition Details:

Language: English

Blurbs:
  • "[A] heady mix of fairy tale, magic and romance...Dazzling." Publishers Weekly
  • "This luxuriant retelling of the story of the Beauty and the Beast...is full of asides and surprises, and is suffused with obsession for the rose and thorn as flora, metaphor and symbol...the story is full of silvery images." Kirkus Reviews
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Rose Daughter (1997)

Publisher: Ace Books
ISBN: 0441005837

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