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Artist or CreatorArthur Horner
Title or CaptionToday's Tory-Tellers : Women's Lib have set themselves the task of re-writing traditional fairy stories in modern terms - but the Government have beaten them to it.
Extent1 item
Published byNew Statesman
Date19 Feb 1971
FormatArtwork
Size50.5 x 36cm
Techniqueink/crayon
Embedded text or transcriptManagement
Govt norm
There - not much, I'm afraid, but it's all he had
Wealthy merchant
Take Robert Carr's best-selling Giant-the-Jack-killer
or Anthony Barber's Robin hood...
Of course I can't kill her, but I can let you have the breast and liver and maybe a drumstick or two..
Private sector
sevices
Public sector
Then there's the John Davie's version of The Goose that laid the golden Egg ..
I can save her from dying but she'll have to sleep for three weeks while I try to do a deal with the other fairies..
and Edward Heath's Sleeping Beauty
Person DepictedCarr; Robert (1916-)
Barber; Anthony (1920-2005)
Davies; John
Heath; Edward (1916-2005)
Implied textJack and the beanstalk
Robin Hood
Mother Goose
Sleeping Beauty
SubjectsAnimals
Budgets
Confederation of British Industries
FBI
Fairies
Industries
Myths
Nationalization
Politics
Prices
Relationships
Rolls-Royces
Social attitudes
bankruptcy
birds
cars
commerce
economics
employees
employers
equal rights
fairy tales
feminism
geese
government
government planning
guidelines
income tax
industrial production
inflation
legends
taxation
wages
women
Location of artworkBritish Cartoon Archive
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CodePersonNameDatesAboutMultimediaImage
GB/BCA/1765Carr; Robert (1916-)1916-   
GB/BCA/1188Barber; Anthony (1920-2005)1920-2005   
GB/BCA/1840Davies; John   
GB/BCA/755Heath; Edward (1916-2005)1916-2005   
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