154 illustrations from literature starting with the letter G, including: Gepetto, The Golden Goose, Goldilocks, Gulliver's Travels, and more

Scene from the story, <em>The Lords of the Grey and White Castles.</em>

Grey and White Castles

Scene from the story, The Lords of the Grey and White Castles.

Scene from the story, <em>The Lords of the Grey and White Castles.</em>

Grey and White Castles

Scene from the story, The Lords of the Grey and White Castles.

Scene from the story, <em>The Lords of the Grey and White Castles.</em>

Grey and White Castles

Scene from the story, The Lords of the Grey and White Castles.

Scene from the story, <em>The Lords of the Grey and White Castles.</em>

Grey and White Castles

Scene from the story, The Lords of the Grey and White Castles.

Scene from the story, <em>The Lords of the Grey and White Castles.</em>

Grey and White Castles

Scene from the story, The Lords of the Grey and White Castles.

Old father Grey Beard, without tooth or tongue. If you'll give me your finger, I'll give you my thumb.

Grey Beard

Old father Grey Beard, without tooth or tongue. If you'll give me your finger, I'll give you my thumb.

Scene from the story, "King Grizzle-Beard."

Grizzle-Beard

Scene from the story, "King Grizzle-Beard."

A scene from the story, <em>How Grotius Left the Castle.</em>

Grotius

A scene from the story, How Grotius Left the Castle.

A view of Gulliver strapped to te ground with ligatures across his body. With curiosity the inhabitants remain armed with spears around him.

Strapped to ground

A view of Gulliver strapped to te ground with ligatures across his body. With curiosity the inhabitants…

Guinevere and Enid from the story of King Arthur

Guinevere and Enid

Guinevere and Enid from the story of King Arthur

The Emperor of Lilliput marches tho royal army between Gilliver's legs.

Guliver and the royal army

The Emperor of Lilliput marches tho royal army between Gilliver's legs.

Guliver inspects the royal palace and kisses the Queen's hand.

Guliver at the royal palace

Guliver inspects the royal palace and kisses the Queen's hand.

Gulliver bound by the Lilliputians.

Guliver bound

Gulliver bound by the Lilliputians.

Gulliver brings in the drifting boat.

Gulliver

Gulliver brings in the drifting boat.

The baby seizes Gulliver.

Gulliver and Baby

The baby seizes Gulliver.

Gulliver returns to England.

Gulliver and gentleman

Gulliver returns to England.

Gulliver on a dinning table, with the giants of Brobdingnag, looking at a very large cat.

Gulliver and giant cat

Gulliver on a dinning table, with the giants of Brobdingnag, looking at a very large cat.

Gulliver sitting in a chair, having a conversation with the King of Brobdingnag.

Gulliver and the king

Gulliver sitting in a chair, having a conversation with the King of Brobdingnag.

From the story Gulliver's Travels, a drawing of Gulliver and the king.

Gulliver and the King

From the story Gulliver's Travels, a drawing of Gulliver and the king.

Gulliver is discovered at sea by a crew of Englishmen, who help him out of his box.

Gulliver climbing out

Gulliver is discovered at sea by a crew of Englishmen, who help him out of his box.

The queen had built for Gulliver a first rate boat by the joiner for the palace. It was a miniature, to fit his size, but had all the tackling necessary for both rowing and sailing. Gulliver sailed it in a 300 foot trough placed at the edge of the palace wall where he entertained her majesty and her friends. Here he is seen sailing with the wind provided for him by their fans and a child's breath.

Gulliver in a Miniature Boat

The queen had built for Gulliver a first rate boat by the joiner for the palace. It was a miniature,…

Gulliver takes the enemy's fleet, the Blefuscudians, and victoriously drags them into the royal port of Lilliput crying, "Long live the most puissant Emperor Lilliput!"

Gulliver in Victory

Gulliver takes the enemy's fleet, the Blefuscudians, and victoriously drags them into the royal port…

Gulliver riding a horse around the foot of a giant in Brobdingnag.

Gulliver on horse by giant foot

Gulliver riding a horse around the foot of a giant in Brobdingnag.

Returning to England, Gulliver's mind set was still back at lilliput. He stoops down at his wife's knees, thinking she could otherwise never reach his mouth.

Gulliver stoops to wife

Returning to England, Gulliver's mind set was still back at lilliput. He stoops down at his wife's knees,…

A giant in Brobdingnag taking a closer look with his glasses at Gulliver.

Gulliver with giant

A giant in Brobdingnag taking a closer look with his glasses at Gulliver.

Gulliver being a gentleman towards a giant maid in Brobdingnag.

Gulliver with giant maid

Gulliver being a gentleman towards a giant maid in Brobdingnag.

Gulliver draws his sword to defend himself against a giant rat in Brobdngnag.

Gulliver with large rat

Gulliver draws his sword to defend himself against a giant rat in Brobdngnag.

The Queen of Brobdingnag thought Gulliver was a coward for his fearfulness.

Gulliver with Queen

The Queen of Brobdingnag thought Gulliver was a coward for his fearfulness.

A production of 900 men and 1500 horses were brought together to transport Gulliver to the Metropolis, a half a mile distance.

Gulliver's Journey to the Metropolis

A production of 900 men and 1500 horses were brought together to transport Gulliver to the Metropolis,…

From Swift's Gulliver's Travels, Gulliver finds himself in the land of Brobdingnag, where the people there are sixty feet tall.

Gulliver's Travels

From Swift's Gulliver's Travels, Gulliver finds himself in the land of Brobdingnag, where the people…

Gulliver's watch is being taken away. From <em>Gulliver's Travels</em> by Dean Swift.

Gulliver's Watch

Gulliver's watch is being taken away. From Gulliver's Travels by Dean Swift.

From <em>Gulliver's Travels</em> by Dean Swift.

Emperor Visits Gulliver

From Gulliver's Travels by Dean Swift.

Gustavus Vasa hiding out with peasants in the story about the king from "The Red True Story Book" by Andrew Lang.

Gustavus Vasa

Gustavus Vasa hiding out with peasants in the story about the king from "The Red True Story Book" by…

Once a Week is a pencil drawing by English artist Charles Keene in 1859. This drawing is part of a novel "The Good Fight" by English novelist Charles Reade. It seems to depict a man asking for forgiveness from his lady.

Once a Week

Once a Week is a pencil drawing by English artist Charles Keene in 1859. This drawing is part of a novel…