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Journal Cover Marvels & Tales
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   ISSN (Print) 1521-4281 - ISSN (Online) 1536-1802
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  • From the Editors
    • Abstract: From the early modern French tales to the Brothers Grimm to contemporary rewritings in fiction, comics, and film, this issue of Marvels & Tales explores the functions of color symbolism, magic, class dynamics, translation, and metanarrative techniques in the fairy tale. Although the color red can serve as a thread connecting Charles Perrault’s “Little Red Riding Hood” to possible medieval variants or sources, the color black in the Grimms taps into a history of colorism that intertwines with European racism. In tales by the conteuses, we learn that magic does not always carry the same function from author to author, and it can shed light on different notions of female agency. Whereas the first essays of this ... Read More
      Keywords: Fairy tales; Children's stories, English; Holdsworth, Ethel Carnie,; Carter, Angela,; Spenser, Edmund,; Alice; Carroll, Lewis,; Comic books, strips, etc.; Berger, Pablo; Snow White (Tale); Folklore; Tales; MacDonald, George,; Young adult fiction; Dem
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Thinking with Stories in Times of Conflict: A Conference in Fairy-Tale
           Studies
    • Abstract: Where: Wayne State University, Detroit, MI When: August 2–5, 2017 Contact: Cristina Bacchilega (cbacchi@hawaii.edu) and Anne Duggan (a.duggan@wayne.edu) Co-sponsors: Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Partnership Development Grant (890-2013-17 Fairy Tale Cultures and Media Today) and Wayne State University Plenary Speakers and Workshop Leaders: Pauline Greenhill, Dan Taulapapa McMullin, Veronica Schanoes, Kay Turner, and Jack Zipes More Information: http://clas.wayne.edu/languages/Thinking-with-Stories-in-Times-of-Conflict Conflict can give rise to violence but also to creativity. In the 1690s, French fairy-tale writers imagined through their fairy tales ... Read More
      Keywords: Fairy tales; Children's stories, English; Holdsworth, Ethel Carnie,; Carter, Angela,; Spenser, Edmund,; Alice; Carroll, Lewis,; Comic books, strips, etc.; Berger, Pablo; Snow White (Tale); Folklore; Tales; MacDonald, George,; Young adult fiction; Dem
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Charles Perrault and the Evolution of “Little Red Riding Hood”
    • Abstract: In the first edition of Kinder- und Hausmärchen (1812), the Brothers Grimm explain that they took pains to convey the tales as simply and unchanged as possible and praised Charles Perrault for similarly retelling his contes almost unchanged. The brothers clearly thought that Perrault and they themselves were attuned in their decision to faithfully transpose folktales into writing, and they politely scoffed at the notion that Perrault invented those tales (Grimm, 8–9). Such praise may seem misplaced. Perrault was no folklorist, and his tales are highly stylized. Moreover, Perrault’s dabbling with tales was itself part of a literary argument. In the so-called quarrel of the Ancients and the Moderns ... Read More
      Keywords: Fairy tales; Children's stories, English; Holdsworth, Ethel Carnie,; Carter, Angela,; Spenser, Edmund,; Alice; Carroll, Lewis,; Comic books, strips, etc.; Berger, Pablo; Snow White (Tale); Folklore; Tales; MacDonald, George,; Young adult fiction; Dem
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Thinking Through Things: Magical Objects, Power, and Agency in French
           Fairy Tales
    • Abstract: The wonder evoked by magical things, the spell cast by the vital, lively objects that talk and move and exercise a subjectivity rivaling that of their human users—these are important elements in establishing the marvelous setting of the fairy tale.1 The appearance of objects with supernatural powers is a sign to the reader that they are entering a realm where the rules of everyday life do not apply; the only limit on what might happen is the ability to imagine it. In the fairy tales written by Marie-Catherine d’Aulnoy, Marie-Jeanne L’Héritier, and Henriette-Julie de Murat, objects animated by magic exceed their ordinary form and function. Water brings youth and beauty but also sleeping death; eggs are broken ... Read More
      Keywords: Fairy tales; Children's stories, English; Holdsworth, Ethel Carnie,; Carter, Angela,; Spenser, Edmund,; Alice; Carroll, Lewis,; Comic books, strips, etc.; Berger, Pablo; Snow White (Tale); Folklore; Tales; MacDonald, George,; Young adult fiction; Dem
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Blackness in the Grimms’ Fairy Tales
    • Abstract: The Grimms’ Children’s and Household Tales (Kinder- und Hausmärchen; KHM) follow the pre-Christian and Christian color symbolism that was prevalent from ancient to early modern times in associating black almost exclusively with negative attributes or situations. Black is the color of punishment in “Mother Holle,” where the lazy daughter is covered with pitch; in “The Pink Flower,” where the evil cook is transformed into a black poodle; and in “The White Bride and the Black Bride,” where the Lord turns the wicked stepmother and her daughter black.1 The devil or other demonic forces are depicted as black in “Mother Trudy,” “The Peasant and the Devil,” “The Grave Mound,” and “The King of the Golden Mountain.” ... Read More
      Keywords: Fairy tales; Children's stories, English; Holdsworth, Ethel Carnie,; Carter, Angela,; Spenser, Edmund,; Alice; Carroll, Lewis,; Comic books, strips, etc.; Berger, Pablo; Snow White (Tale); Folklore; Tales; MacDonald, George,; Young adult fiction; Dem
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Bluebeard and the Beast: The Mysterious Realism of Jane Eyre
    • Abstract: Fairy tales were ubiquitous in Victorian England—in theater, in art, in the myriad retellings written for children during the period. They were also staple resources of the Victorian novelist. Bruno Bettelheim’s classic argument in The Uses of Enchantment that we read fairy tales to discover models for facing the challenges of our own lives would have seemed perfectly natural to Charles Dickens or to Charlotte Brontë, who frequently peppered their novels with both overt and subtle references to fairy tales. Bettelheim does not, however, emphasize how often these tales recur in combination with one another, combinations that alter and sometimes magnify their power. In Jane Eyre (1847), for instance, Brontë ... Read More
      Keywords: Fairy tales; Children's stories, English; Holdsworth, Ethel Carnie,; Carter, Angela,; Spenser, Edmund,; Alice; Carroll, Lewis,; Comic books, strips, etc.; Berger, Pablo; Snow White (Tale); Folklore; Tales; MacDonald, George,; Young adult fiction; Dem
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Ethel Carnie Holdsworth’s New Fairy Tales for the Working Class
    • Abstract: Between 1911 and 1914, Ethel Carnie Holdsworth—factory girl, working-class poet, journalist, and budding novelist—published four books of original fairy tales.1 Three of them appeared as part of the popular Books for the Bairns series, founded by W. T. Stead in 1897, to provide affordable books for working-class children. The fourth book, The Lamp Girl and Other Stories, was published separately by Headley Brothers in 1914. Carnie Holdsworth’s recently rediscovered writing career is notable for a number of reasons. As H. Gustav Klaus, a scholar who has written extensively on British working-class writing, notes, few British working-class women were publishing in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.2 ... Read More
      Keywords: Fairy tales; Children's stories, English; Holdsworth, Ethel Carnie,; Carter, Angela,; Spenser, Edmund,; Alice; Carroll, Lewis,; Comic books, strips, etc.; Berger, Pablo; Snow White (Tale); Folklore; Tales; MacDonald, George,; Young adult fiction; Dem
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • “In the Kaleidoscope of Desire”: Reading Allegorical Figures from
           
    • Abstract: The märchen is a kaleidoscope: the incidents are the bits of coloured glass. Shaken, they fall into a variety of attractive forms. In an interview with John Haffenden in 1985, Angela Carter said, “I do put everything in a novel to be read—read the way allegory was intended to be read, the way you are supposed to read Sir Gawayne and the Green Knight—on as many levels as you can comfortably cope with at the time” (Carter, Interview by Haffenden, 86; emphasis in original). Despite Carter’s openness about the allegorical dimension of her writing, little critical attention has been devoted to her engagement with a genre associated with the medieval and early modern periods. Biographers note that Carter ... Read More
      Keywords: Fairy tales; Children's stories, English; Holdsworth, Ethel Carnie,; Carter, Angela,; Spenser, Edmund,; Alice; Carroll, Lewis,; Comic books, strips, etc.; Berger, Pablo; Snow White (Tale); Folklore; Tales; MacDonald, George,; Young adult fiction; Dem
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • From the Bloody Chamber to the Cabinet de Curiosités: Angela Carter’s
           Curious Alices Through the Looking Glass of Languages
    • Abstract: Tant que la lecture est pour nous l’incitatrice dont les clefs magiques nous ouvrent au fond de nous-même les portes des demeures où nous n’aurions pas su pénétrer, son rôle dans notre vie est salutaire. Here’s what I mean by the miracle of language. When you’re falling into a good book, exactly as you might fall into a dream, a little conduit opens, a passageway between a reader’s heart and a writer’s, a connection that transcends the barriers of continents and generations and even death. And here’s the magic. You’re different. You can never go back to being exactly the same person you were before you disappeared into that book. Stories take you somewhere beyond what you know. ... Read More
      Keywords: Fairy tales; Children's stories, English; Holdsworth, Ethel Carnie,; Carter, Angela,; Spenser, Edmund,; Alice; Carroll, Lewis,; Comic books, strips, etc.; Berger, Pablo; Snow White (Tale); Folklore; Tales; MacDonald, George,; Young adult fiction; Dem
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Storytelling in Contemporary Fairy Tales: Little Lit, Folklore, and Fairy
           Tales Funnies by Art Spiegelman and Françoise Mouly
    • Abstract: By conducting a close reading of the comic anthology of fairy tales Little Lit, Folklore, and Fairy Tales Funnies by Art Spiegelman and Françoise Mouly, I discuss how and why these contemporary authors of fairy tales participate in the tradition of formally representing dynamics of storytelling in their tales. The analysis is organized into three main sections. In the first section I consider Little Lit as a framed story with two main storytellers. In the second section I focus on the “how” of storytelling representations in printed fairy tales and discuss the voice of these storytellers, specifically in “Can You Find the Twins?” by J. Otto Seibold, “Sleeping Beauty” by Daniel Clowes, and “The Gingerbread ... Read More
      Keywords: Fairy tales; Children's stories, English; Holdsworth, Ethel Carnie,; Carter, Angela,; Spenser, Edmund,; Alice; Carroll, Lewis,; Comic books, strips, etc.; Berger, Pablo; Snow White (Tale); Folklore; Tales; MacDonald, George,; Young adult fiction; Dem
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Blancanieves: A Film Adaptation of “Snow White” with a Spanish
           Twist
    • Abstract: Pablo Berger’s 2012 film version of “Snow White,” Blancanieves, which swept the Spanish Academy of Cinema’s Goya Awards, garnering ten statues, provides a new twist to the classic narrative.1 As one of the best-known fairy tales—the Grimm brothers included “Schneewittchen,” or “Snow White,” in the first edition (1812) of their Kinder- und Hausmärchen (Children and Household Tales)—the tale has many variants in the oral tradition.2 “Snow White” also pertains to the oral tradition in Spain. Aurelio Espinosa (227–31) collected “Snow White” variants from storytellers in Spanish villages in the 1920s, and James M. Taggart (81–88) did the same in the 1980s. The tale has had several film adaptations, most notably ... Read More
      Keywords: Fairy tales; Children's stories, English; Holdsworth, Ethel Carnie,; Carter, Angela,; Spenser, Edmund,; Alice; Carroll, Lewis,; Comic books, strips, etc.; Berger, Pablo; Snow White (Tale); Folklore; Tales; MacDonald, George,; Young adult fiction; Dem
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • A Catalogue of Khoisan Folktales of Southern Africa. Part I: Introduction,
           Types, Indices, Sources; Part II: The Tales (Analyses) by Sigrid Schmidt
           (review)
    • Abstract: Anyone who has worked with African oral traditions probably was intrigued by the fabulous tales of the Khoisan peoples of Southern Africa. The beginning point of this engagement was most likely the seminal work of missionary-scholar Wilhelm H. I. Bleek and his family members and collaborators. Most of this work focused on the Xam and Naron groups and was collected and then published throughout the latter half of the nineteenth century. The tales felt substantially different from those of the neighboring Bantu-speaking peoples. Plots and characters often verged on the surreal and the awkward, and stilted English translations furthered the exotic feel of the narrative texts. Researchers from the area and from ... Read More
      Keywords: Fairy tales; Children's stories, English; Holdsworth, Ethel Carnie,; Carter, Angela,; Spenser, Edmund,; Alice; Carroll, Lewis,; Comic books, strips, etc.; Berger, Pablo; Snow White (Tale); Folklore; Tales; MacDonald, George,; Young adult fiction; Dem
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Baba Yaga: The Wild Witch of the East in Russian Fairy Tales ed. by
           Sibelan Forrester, Martin Skoro, Helena Goscilo (review)
    • Abstract: The collected tales in Baba Yaga: The Wild Witch of the East in Russian Fairy Tales offer readers an experience akin to a fairy-tale museum visit. Each of the twenty-nine Russian stories stands as its own exhibit, a tale complete unto itself. Annotations quietly follow the collected narratives in the endnotes, and the editors have adorned the pages with depictions of Baba Yagas taken from art, film, theater, and even a pair of shoes. The ornamentation includes modern folk art by British painter Rima Staines, classic Russian illustrations by Ivan Bilibin, and contemporary interpretive forms such as Mike Mignola’s illustrations for the Hellboy comics. All depictions present perspectives with generally minimal ... Read More
      Keywords: Fairy tales; Children's stories, English; Holdsworth, Ethel Carnie,; Carter, Angela,; Spenser, Edmund,; Alice; Carroll, Lewis,; Comic books, strips, etc.; Berger, Pablo; Snow White (Tale); Folklore; Tales; MacDonald, George,; Young adult fiction; Dem
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Espen Ash Lad: Folk Tales from Norway by Robert Gambles (review)
    • Abstract: This sparkling translation of fourteen Ash Lad Norwegian tales, collected by Peter Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe in the middle of the nineteenth century, is the first of its kind and, despite the repetition of the plots, the stories are well worth reading. In addition, the tales are accompanied by interesting period pieces: black-and-white ink drawings by the talented nineteenth-century Norwegian artists Theodor Kittelsen, Erik Werenskiold, and Otto Sindling. They enhance the effect of the stories through depictions of key scenes that reflect the nineteenth-century Norwegian imagination of trolls, peasants, and local landscapes. They are down to earth, as are the tales that have been carefully honed by Robert ... Read More
      Keywords: Fairy tales; Children's stories, English; Holdsworth, Ethel Carnie,; Carter, Angela,; Spenser, Edmund,; Alice; Carroll, Lewis,; Comic books, strips, etc.; Berger, Pablo; Snow White (Tale); Folklore; Tales; MacDonald, George,; Young adult fiction; Dem
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Shikhandi and Other Tales They Don’t Tell You by Devdutt Pattanaik
           (review)
    • Abstract: Devdutt Pattanaik’s collection of Hindu tales is an enjoyable and absorbing exploration of queer themes in Indian written and oral mythology, and it is an addition to the Zubaan-Penguin joint list of gender-focused publications. Queerness is understood by the author to question notions of maleness and femaleness, in terms of both gender and sexuality. Included in the book are stories of men who become women and vice versa, the creation of children without both a father and a mother, men who wear women’s clothes, and people who are neither male nor female or a little of both. The book begins with a series of statements reflecting a variety of sexual and gender identities and some short introductory ... Read More
      Keywords: Fairy tales; Children's stories, English; Holdsworth, Ethel Carnie,; Carter, Angela,; Spenser, Edmund,; Alice; Carroll, Lewis,; Comic books, strips, etc.; Berger, Pablo; Snow White (Tale); Folklore; Tales; MacDonald, George,; Young adult fiction; Dem
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • A Fairytale in Question: Historical Interactions Between Humans and Wolves
           ed. by Patrick Masius, Jana Sprenger (review)
    • Abstract: The essays making up A Fairytale in Question are an invaluable resource— and a source of disturbing enlightenment—to those studying the effects of fairy tales and folklore on the historical extermination of wolves through-out Europe, North America, and Central Asia. In the preface Manfred Jekubowski-Tiessen describes the wolf as a symbolic animal that has gathered negative connotations, such as “hungry, cunning, and dangerous,” as a result of fairy tales, ultimately leading to a deadly misunderstanding of the “real wolf” (vii). Editors Patrick Masius and Jana Sprenger have assembled an impressively researched collection that provides historical and contemporary analysis of interactions between humans and ... Read More
      Keywords: Fairy tales; Children's stories, English; Holdsworth, Ethel Carnie,; Carter, Angela,; Spenser, Edmund,; Alice; Carroll, Lewis,; Comic books, strips, etc.; Berger, Pablo; Snow White (Tale); Folklore; Tales; MacDonald, George,; Young adult fiction; Dem
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Folkloresque: Reframing Folklore in a Popular Culture World ed. by
           Michael Dylan Foster, Jeffrey A. Tolbert (review)
    • Abstract: Michael Dylan Foster and Jeffrey A. Tolbert have taken on the task of compiling a volume of essays that speaks to a timely question in folklore studies: How can we speak about the relationship between folklore and popular culture? For a long time in folklore studies, popular culture was understood, in a sense, to be the antithesis of folklore. Popular culture is participated in and communicated by the masses, whereas folklore is often understood as belonging to a specific culture and communicated informally. However, as Foster and Tolbert claim, the connections between folklore and popular culture have long been present, yet there has been uncertainty about how to speak of material that is not folklore per ... Read More
      Keywords: Fairy tales; Children's stories, English; Holdsworth, Ethel Carnie,; Carter, Angela,; Spenser, Edmund,; Alice; Carroll, Lewis,; Comic books, strips, etc.; Berger, Pablo; Snow White (Tale); Folklore; Tales; MacDonald, George,; Young adult fiction; Dem
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Teller’s Tale: Lives of the Classic Fairy Tale Writers ed. by
           Sophie Raynard (review)
    • Abstract: Sophie Raynard’s latest editorial work, The Teller’s Tale, is a compilation of biographies of major European fairy-tale authors from the sixteenth to the nineteenth century. In the Introduction Raynard explains that this project came from a “strongly felt need to revise standard biographies of classic fairy-tale authors and editors and to present them together in a single volume” (1). Raynard also establishes her work as the first book that “provides a reliable historical context” and contains the lives of major European fairy-tale authors in one place (3). As a historical book, The Teller’s Tale delves into European society and provides specific examples with supporting evidence. Through extensive research ... Read More
      Keywords: Fairy tales; Children's stories, English; Holdsworth, Ethel Carnie,; Carter, Angela,; Spenser, Edmund,; Alice; Carroll, Lewis,; Comic books, strips, etc.; Berger, Pablo; Snow White (Tale); Folklore; Tales; MacDonald, George,; Young adult fiction; Dem
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Contes en réseaux: l’émergence du conte sur la scène littéraire
           européenne by Patricia Eichel-Lojkine (review)
    • Abstract: In her substantial book, Patricia Eichel-Lojkine offers a detailed and well-researched analysis of the Italian tales of Straparola and Basile and of the French tales of Perrault and d’Aulnoy in light of earlier roots, such as medieval romances, Oriental sources, and even Yiddish storylines. In the introduction the author announces that “once upon more than one time” would be the most suitable expression to qualify the genre (10). Indeed, Contes en réseaux, composed of three parts, proposes to revisit the European tales that we know and to consider their multiple transformations and migrations since their origins. The fairy tale is a developing and migrating genre (42). The first part of ... Read More
      Keywords: Fairy tales; Children's stories, English; Holdsworth, Ethel Carnie,; Carter, Angela,; Spenser, Edmund,; Alice; Carroll, Lewis,; Comic books, strips, etc.; Berger, Pablo; Snow White (Tale); Folklore; Tales; MacDonald, George,; Young adult fiction; Dem
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Demystifying Disney: A History of Feature Animation by Chris Pallant
           (review)
    • Abstract: The title of Chris Pallant’s short, informative book is somewhat misleading because more than fifteen books about Walt Disney and the Disney Corporation have been published in the last twenty years that reveal how Disney took or was given more credit than he deserved for the creation and production of his feature-length animated films. There is really nothing to demystify. Nevertheless, Pallant’s book makes an important contribution to “Disney studies” because it is the most concrete and comprehensive synopsis of the mystification process of Walt Disney and how and why his name has become a worldwide brand associated with genius and quality and has been stamped on hundreds of different kinds of Disney ... Read More
      Keywords: Fairy tales; Children's stories, English; Holdsworth, Ethel Carnie,; Carter, Angela,; Spenser, Edmund,; Alice; Carroll, Lewis,; Comic books, strips, etc.; Berger, Pablo; Snow White (Tale); Folklore; Tales; MacDonald, George,; Young adult fiction; Dem
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Fairy Tale by Andrew Teverson (review)
    • Abstract: After four decades of relentless critical reexamination and centuries of production, creative reception, adaptation, and reinvention, the fairy tale resists summary treatment. At the same time, any attempt at a comprehensive historical, global, or transcultural presentation is ultimately frustrated by the fairy tale’s uncertain (or at least contested) origins, its generic instability, its diverse sociohistorical and cultural manifestations, its intertextuality and intermediality, and the ever-growing web of relationships in which it is produced and received. In brief: the purportedly short, simple form’s complexity and magnitude overwhelm efforts to do it justice between the covers of a single- or ... Read More
      Keywords: Fairy tales; Children's stories, English; Holdsworth, Ethel Carnie,; Carter, Angela,; Spenser, Edmund,; Alice; Carroll, Lewis,; Comic books, strips, etc.; Berger, Pablo; Snow White (Tale); Folklore; Tales; MacDonald, George,; Young adult fiction; Dem
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Fairy Tale and Film: Old Tales with a New Spin by Sue Short (review)
    • Abstract: In Fairy Tale and Film: Old Tales with a New Spin, Sue Short vastly expands the definition of fairy-tale film to create a more comprehensive picture of the relationship between fairy tales and contemporary films. Eschewing a more conventional and literal definition, Short looks at the use of fairy-tale motifs in a variety of films not commonly considered fairy-tale films, such as The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011), Battle Royale (2000), and No Country for Old Men (2007). This widened definition allows her to challenge preconceptions about fairy-tale films and to examine the extent to which fairy tales have been transformed in contemporary film and what this reveals about changing societal attitudes and ... Read More
      Keywords: Fairy tales; Children's stories, English; Holdsworth, Ethel Carnie,; Carter, Angela,; Spenser, Edmund,; Alice; Carroll, Lewis,; Comic books, strips, etc.; Berger, Pablo; Snow White (Tale); Folklore; Tales; MacDonald, George,; Young adult fiction; Dem
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • George MacDonald: Divine Carelessness and Fairytale Levity by Daniel
           Gabelman (review)
    • Abstract: For a book with “fairytale” in the title, Daniel Gabelman’s George MacDonald: Divine Carelessness and Fairytale Levity spends surprisingly little time discussing the genre. The series introduction, written by Rowan Williams, the former Archbishop of Canterbury, provides a clear context and sets the tone for the book when he writes that the series’ purpose is to “look at creative minds that have a good claim to represent some of the most decisive and innovative cultural currents of the history of the West (and not only the West), in order to track the ways in which a distinctively Christian imagination makes possible their imaginative achievement” (vii). It is Christian theological criticism that underpins ... Read More
      Keywords: Fairy tales; Children's stories, English; Holdsworth, Ethel Carnie,; Carter, Angela,; Spenser, Edmund,; Alice; Carroll, Lewis,; Comic books, strips, etc.; Berger, Pablo; Snow White (Tale); Folklore; Tales; MacDonald, George,; Young adult fiction; Dem
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Justice in Young Adult Speculative Fiction: A Cognitive Reading by Marek
           C. Oziewicz (review)
    • Abstract: A brilliant study of the history of justice conceptualizations, Marek C. Oziewicz’s Justice in Young Adult Speculative Fiction is a tour de force filled with carefully argued insights. Oziewicz posits that the human mind understands justice through cognitive scripts that inform narratives and illustrates his argument through cognitive readings of folktales, fairy tales, and young-adult novels and film. It is through stories rather than law, Oziewicz asserts, that most people process ideas of justice, a fact that accounts for the popularity and appeal of justice themes and plot structures in young-adult fiction. The study focuses on speculative fiction, a broad category that comprises nonmimetic genres, such ... Read More
      Keywords: Fairy tales; Children's stories, English; Holdsworth, Ethel Carnie,; Carter, Angela,; Spenser, Edmund,; Alice; Carroll, Lewis,; Comic books, strips, etc.; Berger, Pablo; Snow White (Tale); Folklore; Tales; MacDonald, George,; Young adult fiction; Dem
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Once Upon a Time: A Short History of Fairy Tale by Marina Warner (review)
    • Abstract: If I may begin by speaking of this book as a material object, and putting aside temporarily the name and reputation of the author emblazoned on the front cover, I would suggest that this volume will probably not visually intimidate its readers. The book is attractive but small, its dimensions coming to only 6.8 × 5.1 inches, and its subtitle, A Short History of Fairy Tale, is fitting because this book is only 202 pages long. In fact, on first glance, one might get the feeling that the volume belongs on the shelf with the children’s books rather than the scholarly monographs. However, Marina Warner demonstrates that size is of course no reflection of the author’s thoroughness, depth, and ability to do justice ... Read More
      Keywords: Fairy tales; Children's stories, English; Holdsworth, Ethel Carnie,; Carter, Angela,; Spenser, Edmund,; Alice; Carroll, Lewis,; Comic books, strips, etc.; Berger, Pablo; Snow White (Tale); Folklore; Tales; MacDonald, George,; Young adult fiction; Dem
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Queer Enchantments: Gender, Sexuality, and Class in the Fairy-Tale Cinema
           of Jacques Demy by Anne E. Duggan (review)
    • Abstract: Anne Duggan’s Queer Enchantments is an innovative reading of Jacques Demy’s cinema in relationship to the fairy tale and an analysis of how that relationship contributes to a queer sensibility and camp aesthetic that distinguishes Demy from other French New Wave auteurs; it also opens up new possibilities for our understanding of the fairy tale. Attending to both the fairy tale and melodramatic film from the perspective of genre—as opposed simply to narrative and thematic content—Duggan illustrates how the two simultaneously collaborate with and challenge each other in Demy’s fairy-tale films to generate productive spaces for his multidimensional social critiques, which she interprets within and against the ... Read More
      Keywords: Fairy tales; Children's stories, English; Holdsworth, Ethel Carnie,; Carter, Angela,; Spenser, Edmund,; Alice; Carroll, Lewis,; Comic books, strips, etc.; Berger, Pablo; Snow White (Tale); Folklore; Tales; MacDonald, George,; Young adult fiction; Dem
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Critical Exchanges
    • Abstract: Fairy-tale studies are made especially interesting by the controversies that inevitably accompany them. Accordingly, Marvels & Tales will publish critical exchanges between readers and authors. Concise, professional responses that augment, develop, or constructively challenge the substance of essays published in the journal may be submitted to the editors. Responses should be submitted as an e-mail attachment to cbacchi@hawaii.edu or a.duggan@wayne.edu. They should be limited to 1,000 words or less and should contain no footnotes or other apparatus unless approved in advance by the editors. The author whose work is the subject of the response will be given the opportunity to reply. The editors maintain the ... Read More
      Keywords: Fairy tales; Children's stories, English; Holdsworth, Ethel Carnie,; Carter, Angela,; Spenser, Edmund,; Alice; Carroll, Lewis,; Comic books, strips, etc.; Berger, Pablo; Snow White (Tale); Folklore; Tales; MacDonald, George,; Young adult fiction; Dem
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Index to Volume 30 (2016)
    • Abstract: Bevacqua, Michael Lujan, and Isa Kelley Bowman, Histories of Wonder, Futures of Wonder: Chamorro Activist Identity, Community, and Leadership in “The Legend of Gadao” and “The Women Who Saved Guåhan from a Giant Fish,” 70–89 Campbell, Jessica, Bluebeard and the Beast: The Mysterious Realism of Jane Eyre, 234–250 Charlie, Lianne Marie Leda, Sók Neyni’įn, 22–25 Deveny, Thomas, Blancanieves: A Film Adaptation of “Snow White” with a Spanish Twist, 328–353 Fujikane, Candace, Mapping Wonder in the Māui Mo‘olelo on the Mo‘o‘āina: Growing Aloha ‘Āina Through Indigenous and Settler Affinity Activism, 45–69 Hennard Dutheil de la Rochère, Martine, From the Bloody Chamber to the ... Read More
      Keywords: Fairy tales; Children's stories, English; Holdsworth, Ethel Carnie,; Carter, Angela,; Spenser, Edmund,; Alice; Carroll, Lewis,; Comic books, strips, etc.; Berger, Pablo; Snow White (Tale); Folklore; Tales; MacDonald, George,; Young adult fiction; Dem
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
 
 
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