RED FEATHER by Marjorie Fisher

RED FEATHER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A fairy tale in the traditional framework about a fairy changling and her vacillations between real and magic worlds. Rosemary, a mortal as it was believed, was brought to fairyland as a servant and a Cinderella drudge. It was not until she wandered to earth and not her twin that the question of her origin arose. Rosemary is a fairy after all, and returns with a mysterious young man with a green hat and red feather -- who of course is the fairy prince. A lived-happily-ever-after story with enough witty characterizations to offset the antiquated pattern.

Pub Date: Oct. 16th, 1950
Publisher: Messner