It wasn't so long ago that the fairy tale was comfortably settled as an established and respectable part of children's literature. Since the fairy tale has always been a mirror of its times, however, we should not be surprised that in the latter part of the twentieth century it turned dark and ambiguous; its categorical distinction between good and evil was increasingly at odds with the times. Yet whatever changes the fairy tale may have undergone, its cultural popularity has never been greater. Fairy Tales and Popular ...

Fairy Tales and Popular Culture 2014, Broadview Press Ltd, Peterborough

ISBN-13: 9781554811441

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