Fairy Tales and the Art of Subversion: The Classical Genre for Children and the Process of Civilization

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Psychology Press, 1991 - Fiction - 214 pages
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Jack Zipes develops a social history of the fairy tale and shows how educated writers purposefully appropriated the oral folk tale in the eighteenth century and made it into a discourse about mores, values, and manners.
 

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A must for all fairy tale lovers! Read full review

Contents

Whos Afraid of the Brothers Grimm?
45
Hans Christian Andersen and the Discourse of the
71
The Liberating Potential of the Fantastic in Contemporary
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