History Creator / BeatrixPotter

22nd Mar '18 7:59:23 PM danlansdowne
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Some of her manuscripts were published posthumously, including ''The Tale of the Faithful Dove'' (1970), ''The Tale of the Sly Old Cat'' (1971), and ''The Tale of Kitty-in-Boots'' (2016).
11th Feb '18 6:22:25 PM MackWylde
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* RousseauWasRight

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* RousseauWasRightRousseauWasRight: Her books do acknowledge everybody has understandable motivations.


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* SlidingScaleOfIdealismVsCynicism: Very idealistic
31st Jan '18 5:08:15 PM danlansdowne
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** She was also a prominent early environmentalist; at her death she donated 14 farms (still in operation today) and over four thousand acres of natural land in England's Lake District to the National Trust.
15th Dec '17 1:07:41 PM McJeff
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* HaveAGayOldTime: Jemima Puddleduck lays some eggs in a house built out of "faggots and turf." [[note]]sticks and mud[[/note]]
15th Dec '17 1:01:29 PM McJeff
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* AnimalStereotypes

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* AnimalStereotypesAnimalStereotypes: Averted. Animals in Beatrix Potter stories generally behaved more like an animal of that species would actually believe rather than following more common fictional stereotypes.


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* ContinuityNod: In ''Benjamin Bunny'', Benjamin and Peter wrap a bundle of onions in a handkerchief for Peter's mother. In ''Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle'', Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle is trying to launder that handkerchief and complains she can't get the onion smell out of it. The handkerchief looks the same (red with white polka-dots and white trim) in both books, too.
20th Sep '17 4:14:03 PM dlchen145
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Beatrix Potter (1866-1943) was a British author, illustrator, natural scientist and conservationist, mainly known for her short {{picture books}} starring various {{Civilized Animal}}s and illustrated with detailed, realistic watercolors. Most of her studies are essentially [[AnAesop Morality Tales]], where young animals are naughty and receive comeuppance. Her animal stories are:

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Helen Beatrix Potter (1866-1943) (28 July 1866 22 December 1943) was a British author, illustrator, natural scientist and conservationist, mainly known for her short {{picture books}} starring various {{Civilized Animal}}s and illustrated with detailed, realistic watercolors. Most of her studies are essentially [[AnAesop Morality Tales]], where young animals are naughty and receive comeuppance. Her animal stories are:
29th Mar '17 6:28:40 AM freyalorelei
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A highly romanticized biopic, Film/MissPotter, came out in

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A highly romanticized biopic, Film/MissPotter, came out in
biopic of her life, ''Film/MissPotter'', was released in 2006.
29th Mar '17 6:26:42 AM freyalorelei
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A highly romanticized biopic, Film/MissPotter, came out in



* AnimatedAdaptation: ''WesternAnimation/TheWorldOfPeterRabbitAndFriends'', a british [[AnimatedAnthology anthology]] series that featured both animated scenes adapting the stories and live-action scenes with Beatrix Potter (played by Niamh Cusack) that served as a FramingDevice. Nine episodes in length, the episodes usually blended together two stories, though a few were given stand-alone episodes. It was broadcasted on Creator/TheBBC in the UK and on The Family Channel (before it became Creator/ABCFamily) in the US.
** Peter Rabbit on the other hand has been given around 5 animated adaptations. The earliest is the Merri Melodies's 1935 cartoon "The Country Boy". Then two were created in 1991 first is HBO Family's animated musical adaptation as part of a series "Storybook Musicals" and another being released the same year called WesternAnimation/TheWorldOfPeterRabbitAndFriends. Creator/GoldenFilms also released an animated movie in 1995 called "The New Adventures Of Peter Rabbit" where Peter is a little bit older along with his three sisters. And the most recent is the 2012 {{Creator/Nickelodeon}} series WesternAnimation/PeterRabbit.

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* AnimatedAdaptation: ''WesternAnimation/TheWorldOfPeterRabbitAndFriends'', a british British [[AnimatedAnthology anthology]] series that featured both animated scenes adapting the stories and live-action scenes with Beatrix Potter (played by Niamh Cusack) that served as a FramingDevice. Nine episodes in length, the episodes usually blended together two stories, though a few were given stand-alone episodes. It was broadcasted broadcast on Creator/TheBBC in the UK and on The Family Channel (before it became Creator/ABCFamily) in the US.
** Peter Rabbit Rabbit, on the other hand hand, has been given had around 5 five animated adaptations. The earliest is the Merri Melodies's 1935 cartoon "The Country Boy". Then two Two were created in 1991 1991, first is HBO Family's animated musical adaptation as part of a series "Storybook Musicals" Musicals," and another being released the same year called WesternAnimation/TheWorldOfPeterRabbitAndFriends. Creator/GoldenFilms also released an animated movie in 1995 called "The New Adventures Of Peter Rabbit" where Peter is a little bit older older, along with his three sisters. And the The most recent is the 2012 {{Creator/Nickelodeon}} series WesternAnimation/PeterRabbit.
11th Jan '17 9:54:59 PM MarkLungo
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18th Dec '16 4:10:28 PM Xtifr
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'''Beatrix Potter''' (1866-1943) was a British author, illustrator, natural scientist and conservationist, mainly known for her short {{picture books}} starring various {{Civilized Animal}}s and illustrated with detailed, realistic watercolors. Most of her studies are essentially [[AnAesop Morality Tales]], where young animals are naughty and receive comeuppance. Her animal stories are:

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'''Beatrix Potter''' Beatrix Potter (1866-1943) was a British author, illustrator, natural scientist and conservationist, mainly known for her short {{picture books}} starring various {{Civilized Animal}}s and illustrated with detailed, realistic watercolors. Most of her studies are essentially [[AnAesop Morality Tales]], where young animals are naughty and receive comeuppance. Her animal stories are:
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