New Tales for Old: Folktales as Literary Fictions for Young Adults
This book gathers together a number of popular folktale reworkings (not just simple retellings) in a variety of genres that appeal to young adults. After discussing the nature of folktales, their cultural context, and the characteristics that make them attractive to young adults, de Vos and Altmann interpret specific tales and offer suggestions for using the material.
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1 FOLKTALES AND LITERARY FICTIONS
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