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Rackham, Arthur

Line breaks: Ar¦thur Rack|ham
Pronunciation: /ˈrakəm
 
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Definition of Rackham, Arthur in English:

( 1867–1939), English illustrator, noted for his illustrations of books such as the Grimm brothers' Fairy Tales (1900) and Peter Pan (1906).

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