Once upon a time: on the nature of fairy tales
This first paperback edition of the seminal work by the Swiss scholar Max LA1/4thi will be welcomed by folklorists for its informative survey of the various ways in which fairytales and related genres (local legends and saints' lives) may be read. "LA1/4thi's lucid and intelligent book is refreshingly welcome." -- Sewanee Review
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Review: Once Upon a Time: On the Nature of Fairy TalesUser Review - Goodreads
Why do fairytales continue to fascinate? Why do we think of Red Riding Hood when we find ourselves alone in the woods or even a city park? Why does Hollywood still reap profit from retelling the old ...
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This was an awesome book! It's a must-read for those who love fairy tales as well as in-depth literary studies because Luthi combines the two in this insightful volume. Every chapter turned on a light ... Read full review
The Great Fairy Tale Tradition: From Straparola and Basile to the Brothers ...
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