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Rabbits everywhere

By: Ezpeleta, Alicia
Material type: TextTextNew York Harry N. Abrams c1996Description: 128p.; ill.; bibliog.; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0810937816Subject(s): Rabbits in art | Animals in art | Animals--Symbolic aspectsLOC classification: NX650.R33 E96 1996
Contents:
Down the rabbit hole". "What's up, Doc?": rabbits as symbols. Fertility and sexuality. Vitality and immortality. Speed and cunning. Fear and cowardice. "Let's have different colored rabbits, George": rabbits in art. Pastoral rabbits. Literary rabbits. Decorative rabbits. "Stay away from Mr. McGregor's garden": rabbits in the world of children.
Abstract: '...explores the surprisingly complex lore and mystique surrounding rabbits, beginning with a brief introduction placing the animals in cultural, artistic, and popular context, followed by a look at the often contradictory symbolism surrounding them.'
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Down the rabbit hole". "What's up, Doc?": rabbits as symbols. Fertility and sexuality. Vitality and immortality. Speed and cunning. Fear and cowardice. "Let's have different colored rabbits, George": rabbits in art. Pastoral rabbits. Literary rabbits. Decorative rabbits. "Stay away from Mr. McGregor's garden": rabbits in the world of children.

'...explores the surprisingly complex lore and mystique surrounding rabbits, beginning with a brief introduction placing the animals in cultural, artistic, and popular context, followed by a look at the often contradictory symbolism surrounding them.'

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