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Ten Books By Wanda Gag

When, in 1937, Disney made “Snow White and the Seven Dwarves,” Anne Carroll Moore, who headed children's library services at the New York Public Library, prevailed on Gag to create a version authentic to the spirit of the original. Gag did not disappoint. As Cox points out in his essay on Gag, “her seven dwarfs are frugal, hard-working, sensible men, not Disney's famous likable, comic fools.”

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