NABOKV-L post 0023180, Fri, 3 Aug 2012 21:31:30 -0700

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More on Cinderella's Cox
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You know, I do not understand why some of our contributors are so
miserly with information. Why not tell us who this mysterious 'Cox'
was, Matt? You withheld very interesting information - why? Hoarding?
I'm sure our ED won't allow this to go out - so please, Mr ED., send
to Matt with my imprecations!

Now, let me tell you something very interesting. Not only is 'Cox'
unusual in being a woman folklorist and scholar in 1893, but her books
are reprinted by a very interesting publishing house with the very
interesting title of Repressed (it's a pun) Publishing.

Repressed Publishing LLC is the premier publisher of historical,
genealogical and antiquarian books. At Repressed Publishing we love
books. Our employees are as passionate about collecting and
preserving rare and antiquarian books as they are about publishing
them. So we understand that most of the original books we republish
are either unobtainable or cost thousands of dollars to purchase. We
decided to build our business around that gap - people who want to
learn from these treasures but either can't find an original copy or
don't want to pay exuberant prices.
I would suggest a dip into their online catalogues at
repressedpublishing.com

There is also a wikipedia article on Miss or Mrs Cox http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marian_Roalfe_Cox
that is also of interest.

This all took me three minutes. Isn't this forum all about sharing, or
am I off in left field yet again?
Carolyn, more generous than thou!

p.s. Do not know if it matters, but in typing Marian, I accidentally
typed Marina ... All you Ada-ists take note.
CINDERELLA

Three Hundred and Forty-five Variants

OF
CINDERELLA, CATSKIN, AND CAP 0’ RUSHES, ABSTRACTED AND TABULATED, WITH
A DISCUSSION
OF MEDIAEVAL ANALOGUES, AND NOTES,

BY
MARIAN ROALFE COX.

With an Introduction by
ANDREW LANG, M.A.

LONDON:
PUBLISHED FOR THE FOLK-LORE SOCIETY
BY DAVID NUTT, 270-271, STRAND.
1893.

[PRINTED BY CHAS. J. CLARK, 4, LINCOLN'S INN FIELDS W.C.]

CONTENTS.
[This is the order of the original table of contents for the book.
However, I have compiled the etext somewhat differently while still
maintaining the content. For more information, please see Notes on
this E-Text.]

INTRODUCTION. By Andrew Lang, M.A.

PREFACE

BIBLIOGRAPHICAL INDEX
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