“Las hadas de Cottingley” |Ana Sender |Tres Tigres Tristes, Spain |40pp | 21 x 30cm
One afternoon of July 1918, Elsie Wright and her cousin Frances Grifith take pictures of fairies in their garden, in the little village of Cottingley (Yorkshire) and the word, about their discovery, start to spread. While public opinion is sceptic at first, the support of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle manages to convince a big part of The English those were true photos. This is the story, narrated by Elsie herself, of the real events of those days.
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