The Fairy Tale

The Fairy Tale

Arthur Rackham Fairy Book : A Book of Old Favorites with New Illustrations . Philadelphia : Lippincott , 1930 . comp . and illus . Fairy Tales from Many Lands . New York : Viking , 1974 . Ranke , Kurt . Folktales of Germany .

Author: Steven Swann Jones

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 0415938910

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 156

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First Published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Songs of the Sea Nymphs Scenes in Fairy Land etc

Songs of the Sea Nymphs  Scenes in Fairy Land  etc

SCENES IN FAIRY LAND . EXTRACTS FROM ADELAIDE AND REGINALD , A Fairy Tale of Bosworth Field . , s : FROM CANTO I. The sun ' bad gained the distánt hill , And shed bis last red ling'ring rays , Atbwart the ruby tinted ril , Which threw ...

Author: Thomas MILLER (Miscellaneous Writer.)

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Goble s Fairy Tale Illustrations

Goble s Fairy Tale Illustrations

THE WATER-BABIES; A FAIRY TALE FOR A LAND-BABY, Charles Kingsley [Macmillan and Co., Ltd., London, 1909] 1 Play by me, bathe in me, mother and child 2 She was the Queen of them all 3 From which great trout rushed out on Tom 4 He watched ...

Author: Warwick Goble

Publisher: Courier Dover Publications

ISBN: 9780486465210

Category: Art

Page: 96

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At the beginning of the twentieth century, there was a rage for colorfully illustrated books—especially fairy tales and fantasy adventures. English artist Warwick Goble (1862–1943), an expert in watercolor techniques, was among the era's premier illustrators. This one-of-a-kind collection gathers the best of his fairy tale imagery, featuring eighty-six visions of memorable scenes from timeless folk tales. The international array of illustrations begins with Charles Kingsley's The Water-Babies, followed by pictures from Grace James's Green Willow and Other Japanese Fairy Tales, as well as Folk-Tales of Bengal and the Italian Stories from the Pentamerone. Images inspired by The Fairy Book; The Best Popular Fairy Stories Selected and Rendered Anew include such familiar characters as Little Red-Riding-Hood, Cinderella, Tom Thumb, and Puss in Boots. The collection concludes with imaginative depictions from The Book of Fairy Poetry, including scenes from Shakespeare's fairy classics, The Tempest and A Midsummer Night's Dream, along with works by Milton, Tennyson, and other poets. Readers of all ages will cherish this unique book and its splendid combination of art and literature. Original Dover (2008) publication. 96pp. 83/8 x 11. Paperbound. ALSO AVAILABLE Rackham's Fairy Tale Illustrations in Full Color, Arthur Rackham. 64pp. 83/8 x 11. 0-486-42167-8 Nielsen's Fairy Tale Illustrations in Full Color, Kay Nielsen. 64pp. 83/8 x 11. 0-486-44902-5 For current price information write to Dover Publications, or log on to www.doverpublications.com and see every Dover book in print.
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Re Orienting the Fairy Tale

Re Orienting the Fairy Tale

Much “Western” fairy-tale scholarship debunks ongoing notions of fairy tales as national property, critiques the use of fairy tales to nationalist ends, and uncovers the influence of foreign literary versions on tales that have been ...

Author: Mayako Murai

Publisher: Wayne State University Press

ISBN: 9780814345375

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 432

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New approaches to decenter Eurocentric perspectives in fairy tales and lift up storytelling cultures across the globe.
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Fairy Tale and Film

Fairy Tale and Film

In 1904, Barrie produced a play in which 'the boy whowouldn't grow up' takes theDarling childrento Never Land. Theplay was sucha success Barrierewrote it in book form, published asPeter and Wendy (1911).

Author: S. Short

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781137020178

Category: History

Page: 218

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Sue Short examines how fairy tale tropes have been reworked in contemporary film, identifying familiar themes in a range of genres – including rom coms, crime films and horror – and noting key similarities and differences between the source narratives and their offspring.
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Fairy Tale Parade Complete Collection

Fairy Tale Parade   Complete Collection

Fairy Tale Parade was first published, by Dell Publishing Co., in June 1942 and it ran for 9 issues until November ... picture books of folktales and stories of many lands - not as a shortcut to reading but in the hope of instilling the ...

Author: Walt Kelly

Publisher: John Davies

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Fairy Tale Parade was first published, by Dell Publishing Co., in June 1942 and it ran for 9 issues until November 1944. The series is now critically acclaimed primarily as it showcases work by a true comic book great Walt Kelly. Kelly had recently left Walt Disney Studios and it was Walt Disney who advised him to work in comics. The publishers were obviously extremely pleased with Kelly's work as at the front of issue #1 was a Foreword which is reproduced beneath: 'Fairy Tale Parade is an attempt to bring to young and old a series of picture books of folk tales and stories of many lands - not as a shortcut to reading but in the hope of instilling the desire to read and re-read the fairy tales, legends and myths of bygone days. 'Often we have longed for more pictures in our favorite fairy tale book. Now Walt Kelly, the artist who drew all the wonderful pictures in this book, makes our wish come true. So, let us go with him into the land of trolls and wicked witches.' 'Let us tip-toe through enchanted palaces past deep dungeons where iron chains clank and rattle, meet giants and tiny dwarfs. Let's step into the fairy ring and meet the little people.' Cover art by Walt Kelly. Thumbelisa, pencils by Walt Kelly. Little Black Sambo, script by Helen Bannerman (original text), pencils by Walt Kelly; Little Black Sambo runs into tigers in the woods. The Story of Hansel and Gretel, art by Walt Kelly. Winkie and the Wishing Well, art by Walt Kelly. The Flute O'McTootle, art by Walt Kelly. Big Claus and Little Claus. The Sleeping Beauty, art by Arthur E. Jameson. Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves. Prince Joel text story. The Wise Men of Gotham. The Nose Tree, art by L. Bing. The Tail of Rufus Redfox, script by Gaylord Du Bois; Rufus Redfox, proud of his pure red tail, gets caught raiding Squire Beaver's grapes, catches what for, concocts a fable of the Boogly Bird, is scoffed at, goes home, creates a Boogly Bord of tar and feathers, scares Squire Beaver into giving up goodies, is found out, gets his tail tip burnt; the fur will grow in white, now all red foxes have a white-tip tail. Beauty and the Beast, art by Arthur Jameson. The Legend of the Stars, art by Walt Kelly; Bright and Glum are sprites in charge of day and night; Glum gets depressed and decides not to work anymore. The Gingerbread Man, pencils by Walt Kelly; The gingerbread man can outrun everyone, but can he outrun a wiley fox? The Frog Queen. The Wild Swans, art by Arthur E. Jameson. Saku, art by Bill Brady. Cover art by Walt Kelly. The Dragon of Dilly Dun Dee, art by Walt Kelly. The Ugly Duckling, art by George Kerr; Adapted from the story by Hans Christian Andersen. The Brave Prince; Adapted from the Hungarian fairy tale. The Mermaid, script by Gaylord Du Bois, art by Arthur E. Jameson; The mermaid falls for the prince, strikes a deal with the sea witch, but the prince marries another, and mermaid girl dies. Walt Kelly cover and art. Sinbad the Sailor, the Three Little Dwarfs, Jack and the Beanstalk, the Pied Piper of Hamelin, Cover art by Walt Kelly. Prince Robin and the Dwarfs, art by Walt Kelly. The Legend of Saturday Mountain, art by Arthur E. Jameson; A Polish fairy tale. The Snow Queen, script by Gaylord Du Bois, art by L. Bing; adapted from the story by Hans Christian Andersen.
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Fairy Tale

Fairy Tale

Who are you then, to be riding your fancy Sassenach uniform onto MacElgin land?" Who was he? Duncan drew another breath, considering how to answer her blessed impertinence. In most of Europe his name had become legend, ...

Author: Jillian Hunter

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9780671001575

Category: Fiction

Page: 352

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His crumbling castle attacked by the impertinent Marsali Hay, Duncan MacElgin, an infamous rebel leader, vows to exact revenge but instead falls in love with his lovely adversary in the wake of several surprising countermoves. Original.
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Possible Scotlands

Possible Scotlands

Made available by the Duke of Argyle, reached by water, and inhabited by a Jeanie mysteriously made rich by her exiled sister, it seems a land of fairy tale at best, narrative failure at worst. For Judith Wilt, Jeanie now becomes ...

Author: Caroline McCracken-Flesher

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780190290870

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 240

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No thanks to Walter Scott, Scotland has at last regained its parliament. If this statement sounds extreme, it echoes the tone that criticism of Scott and his culture has taken through the twentieth century. Scott is supposed to have provided stories of the past that allowed his country no future--that pushed it "out of history." Scotland has become a place so absorbed in nostalgia that it could not construct a politics for a changing world. Possible Scotlands disagrees. It argues that the tales Scott told, however romanticized, also provided for a national future. They do not tell the story of a Scotland lost in time and lacking value. Instead they open up a narrative space where the nation is always imaginable. This book reads across Scott's complex characters and plots, his many personae, his interventions in his nation's nineteenth-century politics, to reveal the author as an energetic producer of literary and national culture working to prevent a simple or singular message. Indeed, Scott invites readers into his texts to develop multiple and forward-looking interpretations of a Scotland always in formation. Scott's texts and his nation are alive in their constant retelling. Scott was an author for Scotland's new times.
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Welsh Witchcraft

Welsh Witchcraft

That is precisely why I decided to devote an entire chapter of this book to the fairy tales of my land, the stories and fables found in Wales. Many of the tales I will present in this chapter offer an insight into folkloric practises ...

Author: Mhara Starling

Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide

ISBN: 9780738771052

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 272

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The history of magic and witchcraft in Wales will inspire any modern-day witch. Written by a Welsh practitioner, this book shares the magical traditions of the land of the red dragon, exploring deities, fairies, folklore, charms, plants, and magic with dozens of exercises for hands-on practice. Explore the history and terminology of Welsh magic and methods for honoring the land. Learn to connect with Cerridwen, Rhiannon, and other deities as well as fairies and mystical creatures. Discover how you can incorporate traditional Welsh folk magic into your modern witchcraft practice, with exercises for honoring those who came before, connecting with the spirit of your home, protecting against adversity and malignant spirits, changing the weather, and much more.
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Fairy Tale A Very Short Introduction

Fairy Tale  A Very Short Introduction

Fairy tales had however always had detractors, even among those who were writing them. ... yearned to regain that paradise—the land of the lost boys—and evoking this secondary world became a powerful spur to new fairytale fictions.

Author: Marina Warner

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780191060199

Category: Fiction

Page: 152

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From wicked queens, beautiful princesses, elves, monsters, and goblins, to giants, glass slippers, poisoned apples, magic keys, and mirrors, the characters and images of fairy tales have cast a spell over readers and audiences, both adults and children, for centuries. These fantastic stories have travelled across cultural borders, and been passed on from generation to generation, ever-changing, renewed with each re-telling. Few forms of literature have greater power to enchant us and rekindle our imagination than a fairy tale. But what is a fairy tale? Where do they come from and what do they mean? What do they try and communicate to us about morality, sexuality, and society? The range of fairy tales stretches across great distances and time; their history is entangled with folklore and myth, and their inspiration draws on ideas about nature and the supernatural, imagination and fantasy, psychoanalysis, and feminism. In this Very Short Introduction, Marina Warner digs into a rich hoard of fairy tales in all their brilliant and fantastical variations, in order to define a genre and evaluate a literary form that keeps shifting through time and history. Drawing on a glittering array of examples, from classics such as Red Riding Hood, Cinderella, and The Sleeping Beauty, the Grimm Brothers' Hansel and Gretel, and Hans Andersen's The Little Mermaid, to modern-day realizations including Walt Disney's Snow White, Warner forms a persuasive case for fairy tale as a crucial repository of human understanding and culture. ABOUT THE SERIES: The Very Short Introductions series from Oxford University Press contains hundreds of titles in almost every subject area. These pocket-sized books are the perfect way to get ahead in a new subject quickly. Our expert authors combine facts, analysis, perspective, new ideas, and enthusiasm to make interesting and challenging topics highly readable.
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