Morphology of the folktale

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University of Texas Press, 1968 - Literary Criticism - 158 pages
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" Morphology will in all probability be regarded by future generations as one of the major theoretical breakthroughs in the field of folklore in the twentieth century." --Alan Dundes "Propp's work is seminal...[and], now that it is available in a new edition, should be even more valuable to folklorists who are directing their attention to the form of the folktale, especially to those structural characteristics which are common to many entries coming from even different cultures." --Choice

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Review: Morphology of the Folktale

User Review  - Demi Abromaits - Goodreads

I picked up this book to use as a key reference piece for my own creative writing, having purchased it for a literature analysis class that used it to bring to light structural patterns in Grimm's ... Read full review

Review: Morphology of the Folktale

User Review  - Jonathan - Goodreads

With apologies to my friend Erin, I just couldn't get into this. It's so academic and nitpicky. I appreciate his different way of analyzing the tales, but dear god this was dull reading! Read full review

Contents

The Method and Material
19
The Functions of Dramatis Personae
25
Cases of the Double Morphological
66
Copyright

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