Mother Goose - WikipediaPictorial boards with wear to base of spine, cover soil, pages age-toned. A modern fairy tale illustrated in line throughout.. First American Edition. Pictorial Boards. Square 8vo. Illustrated soft cover wraps, mild spine wear, else fine. A wonderful book of nursery rhymes accompanied by fabulous color lithos by Sidney Sage.
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The figure of Mother Goose is the imaginary author of a collection of French fairy tales and later of English nursery rhymes. Later a compilation of English nursery rhymes, titled Mother Goose's Melody, or, Sonnets for the Cradle , helped perpetuate the name both in Britain and the United States. Mother Goose's name was identified with English collections of stories and nursery rhymes popularised in the 17th century. English readers would already have been familiar with Mother Hubbard , a stock figure when Edmund Spenser published the satire Mother Hubberd's Tale in , as well as with similar fairy tales told by "Mother Bunch" the pseudonym of Madame d'Aulnoy in the s. She was reportedly the second wife of Isaac Goose alternatively named Vergoose or Vertigoose , who brought to the marriage six children of her own to add to Isaac's ten.
George Cruikshank Illustrator. Best regards! Disney of Walt Disney Productions, "Mother Goose" used to sing songs and ditties to her grandchildren all day.
The first public appearance of the Mother Goose stories in America was in Worcester, where printer Isaiah Thomas reprinted Samber's volume under the same title in I never wanted to see me, London [e. Pictorial endpapers. Jursery York.