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Modern Fairies, Dwarves, Goblins, and Other Nasties
New York: Knopf (2010).
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Perhaps you think fairies are figments of the imagination, or even
relics of an ancient past. You may even think all fairies are lovely
winged creatures, who dance in bluebell fields, granting wishes to
anyone who should encounter them.
You would be wrong on all counts.
Fairies are very much alive today, and they are everywhere—in
our cities, our backyards, and even our kitchen cupboards. Some of them
are indeed the sweet-tempered, winged creatures of folklore, but the
fairy family also includes goblins, trolls, brownies, and other strange
creatures, some of which are revealed to humans in this book for the
very first time. While many fairy breeds are harmless, others can be
quite nasty or even dangerous.
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