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The Reception of Grimms' fairy tales : responses, reactions, revisions

Auteur : Mary Primeau; Donald Haase; Wayne State University. Press.
Éditeur : Detroit : Wayne State University Press, ©1993.
Édition/format :   Livre : Publication gouvernementale provinciale ou d'état : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et les formats
Base de données :WorldCat
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"As a book, Grimms' Fairy Tales has been with us less than two hundred years, yet it is recognized as one of the most widely known tomes in the world. Explanations for the book's popularity and longevity have typically been one-dimensional generalizations about a universal quality residing within the tales themselves. The tales endure, we are told, because they are timeless, true, or good." "The Reception of Grimms'
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Genre/forme : Dust jackets (Bindings)
Personne nommée : Wilhelm Grimm; Jacob Grimm; Wilhelm Grimm; Jacob Grimm; Grimm, (frères).; Wilhelm Grimm; Jacob Grimm
Type d’ouvrage : Publication gouvernementale, Publication gouvernementale provinciale ou d'état
Format : Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Mary Primeau; Donald Haase; Wayne State University. Press.
ISBN : 0814322077 9780814322079 0814322085 9780814322086
Numéro OCLC : 27265842
Notes : "Manufactured in the United States of America ; Designer: Mary Primeau"--t.p. verso.
Description : 347 p. ; 24 cm.
Contenu : The Brothers Grimm as collectors and editors of German folktales / Siegfried Neumann --
Heinrich Prohle : a successor to the Brothers Grimm / Ines Kohler-Zulch --
The spoken and the read : German popular stories and English popular diction / Brian Alderson --
The publishing history of Grimms' tales : reception at the cash register / Ruth B. Bottigheimer --
Trivial pursuit? Women deconstructing the Grimmian model in the Kaffeterkreis / Shawn Jarvis --
Little Brier Rose : young Nietzsche's sleeping beauty poem as legend and swan song / Richard Perkins --
Fairy-tale allusions in modern German aphorisms / Wolfgang Mieder --
The struggle for the Grimms' throne : the legacy of the Grimms' tales in the FRG and GDR since 1945 / Jack Zipes --
Wilhelm Grimm/Maurice Sendak : dear Mili and the literary culture of childhood / Maria Tatar --
Response and responsibility in reading Grimms' fairy tales / Donald Haase --
Once upon a time today : Grimm tales for contemporary performers / Kay F. Stone --
Personal reflections on the scholarly reception of Grimms' tales in France / Jacques Barchilon --
The Brothers Grimm and sister Jane / Jane Yolen --
Grimms' remembered / Margaret Atwood --
"Cut it down, and you will find something at the roots" / Trina Schart Hyman --
Ashputtle : or, the mother's ghost / Angela Carter.
Responsabilité : edited by Donald Haase.
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