Beatrix Potter (1866-1943) was a British author and illustrator of best selling children's books, including, 'The Tale of Benjamin Bunny' and 'The Tale of Tom Kitten'. These stories were inspired by her many visits to the Lake District, in Cumbria, on holiday with her parents. The later part of her life was spent as a Cumbrian sheep farmer, conservationist and benefactor to The National Trust.
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Aesthetic Realism and the Imagination of Beatrix Potter
Marcia Rackow's study of aesthetic realism.
Beartrix Potter Society
Group officially organized as curators (collectors) of items from Beatrix Potter's life. The group serves to continue to educate people about Miss Potter's work and interests. Aims, activities, events, and suggested places to visit.
Features the stories of Beatrix Potter in text, RealAudio, streaming media, and multimedia slideshows.
More Than Just Bunnies: The Legacy of Beatrix Potter
Biography of Beatrix Potter, by Deborah Straw, from the Literary Traveler.
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