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Maria Tatar, The Classic Fairy Tales (Norton Critical Edition)

Maria Tatar, "The Classic Fairy Tales (Norton Critical Edition)"
W.W. Norton & Co | 1999 | ISBN: 0393972771 | 416 pages | siPDF | 6.2 MB

The cultural resilience of fairy tales is incontestable. Surviving over the centuries and thriving in a variety of media, fairy tales continue to enrich our imaginations and shape our lives. This Norton Critical Edition of The Classic Fairy Tales examines the genre, its cultural implications—and its critical history. The editor has gathered fairy tales from around the world to reveal the range and play of these stories over time. The Classic Fairy Tales focuses on six different tale types: "Little Red Riding Hood,' "Beauty and the Beast," "Snow White," "Cinderella," "Bluebeard," and "Hansel and Gretel." It includes multicultural variants of these tales, along with sophisticated literary rescriptings.

Each tale type is preceded by an introduction, and annotations are provided throughout. Also included in this collection of over forty stories are tales by Hans Christian Andersen and Oscar Wilde. "Criticism" collects twelve essays that interrogate different aspects of fairy tales by exploring their social origins, historical evolution, psychological dynamics, and engagement with issues of gender and national identity. Bruno Bettelheim, Robert Darnton, Sandra M. Gilbert and Susan Gubar, Karen E. Rowe, Marina Warner, Zohar Shavit, Jack Zipes, Donald Haase, Maria Tatar, Antti Aarne, and Vladimir Propp provide critical overviews. A Selected Bibliography is included.

About the Series—Each Norton Critical Edition includes an authoritative text, contextual and source materials, and a wide range of interpretation—from contemporary perspectives to the most current critical theory—as well as a bibliography and a chronology of the author's life and work.



The Texts of The Classic Fairy Tales

 Introduction: Little Red Riding Hood
  The Story of Grandmother
  Charles Perrault • Little Red Riding Hood
  Brothers Grimm • Little Red Cap
  James Thurber • The Little Girl and the Wolf
  Italo Calvino • The False Grandmother
  Chiang Mi • Goldflower and the Bear
  Roald Dahl • Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf
  Roald Dahl • The Three Little Pigs

 Introduction: Beauty and the Beast
  Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont • Beauty and the Beast
  Giovanni Francesco Straparola • The Pig King
  Brothers Grimm • The Frog King, or Iron Heinrich
  Angela Carter • The Tiger's Bride
  Urashima the Fisherman
  Alexander Afanasev • The Frog Princess
  The Swan Maiden

 Introduction: Snow White
  Giambattista Basile • The Young Slave
  Brothers Grimm • Snow White
  Lasair Gheug, the King of Ireland's Daughter
  Anne Sexton • Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

 Introduction: Cinderella
  Charles Perrault • Donkeyskin
  Brothers Grimm • Cinderella
  Joseph Jacobs • Catskin
  The Story of the Black Cow
  Lin Lan • Cinderella
  The Princess in the Suit of Leather

 Introduction: Bluebeard
  Charles Perrault • Bluebeard
  Brothers Grimm • Fitcher's Bird
  Brothers Grimm • The Robber Bridegroom
  Joseph Jacobs • Mr. Fox
  Margaret Atwood • Bluebeard's Egg

 Introduction: Hansel and Gretel
  Brothers Grimm • Hansel and Gretel
  Brothers Grimm • The Juniper Tree
  Joseph Jacobs • The Rose-Tree
  Charles Perrault • Little Thumbling
  Pippety Pew
  Joseph Jacobs • Molly Whuppie

 Introduction: Hans Christian Andersen
  The Little Mermaid
  The Little Match Girl
  The Girl Who Trod on the Loaf
  The Red Shoes

 Introduction: Oscar Wilde
  The Selfish Giant
  The Happy Prince
  The Nightingale and the Rose


 Bruno Bettelheim • [The Struggle for Meaning]
  Fairy Tales and the Existential Predicament
 Bruno Bettelheim • "Hansel and Gretel"
 Robert Darnton • Peasants Tell Tales: The Meaning of Mother Goose
 Sandra M. Gilbert and Susan Gubar • [Snow White and Her Wicked Stepmother]
 Karen E. Rowe • To Spin a Yarn: The Female Voice in Folklore and Fairy Tale
 Marina Warner • The Old Wives' Tale
 Zohar Shavit • The Concept of Childhood and Children's Folktales: Test Case—"Little Red Riding Hood"
  The Concept of Childhood up to the Seventeenth Century
  Relations between the Child's World and the Adult's World: From Unity to Polarization
  The Spread of the Concept of Childhood into Society: Two Concepts
  "Little Red Riding Hood": A Test Case of Attitudes towards Folktales from the Seventeenth Century On
   Perrault's Version
    Manipulating the Model: The Ambiguity of "Little Red Riding Hood"
    The Basis for the Ambiguous Nature of the Text
    The Function of the Duality of the Intended Audience
   Differences between Versions of "Little Red Riding Hood": Perrault vs. the Brothers Grimm
    Differences in Tone and Ending
 Jack Zipes • Breaking the Disney Spell
  The Oral and Literary Fairy Tales
  Disney's Magical Rise
  Casting the Commodity Spell with Snow White
 Donald Haase • Yours, Mine, or Ours? Perrault, the Brothers Grimm, and the Ownership of Fairy Tales
  The Revered Place of Folklore
  The Nationalistic View of Folklore
  Bettelheim's Psychoanalytic Interpretations of Fairy Tales
  The Question of Ownership
  Discovering Individual Ownership of Fairy Tales
 Maria Tatar • Sex and Violence: The Hard Core of Fairy Tales
 Antti Aarne and Stith Thompson • From The Types of the Folktale: A Classification and Bibliography
 Vladimir Propp
  Folklore and Literature
  From Morphology of the Folktale
   The Method and Material
   Thirty-One Functions
   Propp's Dramatis Personae

Selected Bibliography
 Critical Studies

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