The Brothers Grimm and Folktale

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James M. McGlathery
University of Illinois Press, Jan 1, 1991 - Fiction - 258 pages
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'Offers a diverse overview of contemporary folktale scholarship but attests to the significance and scope of the Grimms' work....An excellent overview to current research on the Grimm folktales and evidence of the value of observing significant events in the history of academic disciplines.'--Mary Beth Stein, Journal of America Folklore
  

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Contents

Interpreting Little Red Riding Hood Psychoanalytically
16
Three Transformations of Snow White
52
the Grimm Brothers Give to
66
Beauties vs Beasts in the Grimms
133
The Fairy Tales of the Grimms Sergeant of Dragoons
146
The Importance of Fairy Tales in German Families
164
A Few Small Corrections to
178
The Forces Which Reshaped
192
The Psychosocial Origins
205
Art Adaptations
220
Selected Bibliography
235
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