The Brothers Grimm and other fairy tales

Ahead of the Beyond the Border festival in June we have a selection of books and journal articles displayed on the self-study stand relating to fairy tales – in particular those of the Brothers Grimm.  As well as those shown here, also included are books of contemporary tales, essays and commentary about fairy tales.  These can be reserved and will be available from Friday 25th May.

 

 Contemporary Fiction and the Fairy Tale edited by Stephen Benson  Breaking the Magic Spell by Jack Zipes
 Postmodern Fairy Tales: Gender and Narrative Strategies by Cristina Bacchilega  The Hutchinson Treasury of Fairy Tales
 Neilson’s Fairy Tale Illustrations in Full Color   Angela Carter’s Book of Fairy Tales
 The Brothers Grimm: The Complete Fairy Tales  The Classic Fairy Tales by Iona & Peter Opie
 Ardizzone’s English Fairy Tales: Twelve Classic Tales  Wonder Tales: Six Stories of Enchantment by Marina Warner
 More Tales from Grimm by Wanda Gag  The Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm: Noel Daniel (editor)
 Fairy Tales from Grimm by Amabel Williams-Ellis  The Oxford Dictionary of English Folklore
 Paradigms and Fairy Tales by Julienne Ford  Puffin Classics:  Grimm’s Fairy Tales 
 Fairy Tales and Feminism by Donald Haase (editor)  

 

 

 

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One response to “The Brothers Grimm and other fairy tales

  1. Nice blog, good info! Thank you for sharing! I know most of these, but not all… Will be glad to find some, they sound really interesting. And the titles of a few show their authors support my opinion that there should be more new fairy-tales, with new, unseen characters (the classical, old like vampires, elves, dwarfs, wizards with sharp hats, fairies, etc. are too ordinary already?). That’s why I try some new in some of my books: weightless korks, glowing, living balls, Brown faces, fiery men, one-eyeds, night fruit, rock pieces, fish-keepers, etc sound more interesting and intriguing I guess?. Keep up the good work!

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