Feminist Fairy-Tale Scholarship A Critical Survey and Bibliography.pdf

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Graham, Merika Sonia. "Psychological Aspects of the Feminine in Ukrainian Folk Tales: A Jungian Analysis with Implications for Psychotherapy." Diss. Union for Experimenting Colleges/University without Walls and Union Graduate School, 1985. Green, Jeanette Evelyn. "Literary Revisions of Traditional Folktales: Bowen, Carter, Hong Kingston, Morrison, Oates, Sexton, Welty, and Capote." Diss. U of Texas, Austin, 1989. Haase, Donald. "German Fairy Tales and America's Culture Wars: From Grimms' Kinder- und Hausmärchen to William Bennett's Book of Virtues ." German Politics and Society 13.3 (1995): 17-25. . "Gold into Straw: Fairy Tale Movies for Children and the Culture Industry." The Lion and the Unicorn 12.2 (1988): 193-207. , ed. The Reception of Grimms' Fairy Tales: Responses, Reactions, Revisions. Detroit: Wayne State UP, 1993. . "Response and Responsibility in Reading Grimms' Fairy Tales." Haase, Reception 230-49. 51
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