Fairies of Versailles {Illustrated Fairy Tales}

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Glamor was an integral part of Versailles. What could appear as gem inlaid parquet floors dusted with diamonds could be seen as patterns of leaves and wildflowers. The glamour allowed the fairies and then guests to live in what appeared to be a splendor that rivaled the King's golden Court. In the same turn those who did not, were unable, and simply could not see fairy magic what was royal and fine in fairy would appear to be a rubble, or a particularly imaginative child's play out in the garden or in the wilds.