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Fairy Tale Tower - Home

Page history last edited by Amber Autry 3 years, 12 months ago

 

 

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Fairytale Tower is a wiki devoted to the wonderful tradition of fairy stories and folktales. Here users will find information on the origins and variations of classic fairy tales. This tower houses discussions on various adaptations of these stories in books, poems, plays, movies, and music. Also this wiki contains a collection of resources including versions of the tales themselves along with annotations and related material...

 

 

 


 

The Stories...

 

 


 

The Gallery...

 

 


Resources:

  • Ashliman, D. (2010). Grimm brothers’ home page. Retrieved from http://www.pitt.edu.*
  • Bottigheimer, B. (2009). Fairy tales: A new history. Albany, New York; State University of New York Press. 
  • Brooke P. (January 2004). Lyons and Tigers and Wolves - Oh My! Revisionary Fairy Tales in the Work of Angela Carter. Critical Survey. Retrieved from: Academic Search Complete, Ipswich, MA.
  • Heiner H. (1999). SurLaLune fairy tales. Retrieved from www.surlalunefairytales.com.*
  • Mortensen F.(2008). The Little Mermaid: Scandinavian Studies. Retrieved from: Academic Search Complete, Ipswich, MA.
  • Opie P., Opie I. (1974). The Classic Fairy Tales. New York, Oxford; Oxford University Press.*
  • Owens, L. (1981). The Complete Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales. New York, Toronto, London, Sydney, Auckland; Crown Publishers, Inc., Random House.*
  • Perrault, C., Philip, N., Simborowski, N. (1993). The complete fairy tales of charles perrault. New York; Clarion Books.* 
  • Trites R. (1991) Disney's sub/version of Andersen's The Little Mermaid. Journal of Popular Film & Television. Retrieved from: Academic Search Complete, Ipswich, MA.
  • Warner, M.(1994). From the beast to the blonde: On fairy tales and their tellers. New York; Farrar, Straus and Giroux.
  • Zipes, J. (2000). The Oxford companion to fairy tales: The western fairy tale tradition from medieval to modern. New York; Oxford University Press. 
  • Zipes, J. (2002). Breaking the magic spell: Radical theories of folk and fairy tales: Revised and expanded edition.  Lexington, Kentucky; The University Press of Kentucky.

  * Source contains artifacts 

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