Too Clever II: A Tropical Christmas Story

Dr. Julia E. Antoine

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Zelinsky, 1052; Philippe Dumas, 281; Roberto Innocenti, 489; stamps, 918–19; Svend Otto S., 826; tales for tourism, 979–81; Theodor Kittelsen, 545–46; Tomi Ungerer, 1003; Walter Crane, ´g, 395–96 239–40; Wanda Ga Illustrators’ choices, 474–78 Imbriani, Vittorio (1840–1886), 478–79 Improvisatoren (The Improvisatore) (Andersen), 33 Inca Tales, 479–80, 480f Incantation, 481; magic object, 598–99; Pacific Island Tales, 718–19; sorcerers and sorceresses, 892–93 Incest, 481–83; in fairy tales, 124; Robin McKinley, 612–13; sisters, 869–71; trauma and therapy, 990–92 Indian Ocean Tales, 483–84 Indigenous North American legends, influence on Margaret Atwood, 78 ´s de Cordoue (Bernard), 116 Ine Infertility, 485; fairy, 320; twins, 998 Informant, 485–86; African tales, 12; Ali Baba, 27; in editing of tales, 288; Reinhold Ko ¨ hler, 546 Ingelow, Jean (1820–1897), 486– 87 Initiation, 487–89; Cupid and Psyche (Apuleius), 246–47; food as part of, 367; Giambattista Basile, 101; riddle and, 808–9; Sleeping Beauty, 881–83 Innocenti, Roberto (1940– ), 489; interpretation of Cinderella, 204 Internet, 489–95; folktale archives, 67; Rock’s ‘‘The Vasalisa Project,’’ 75; urband legends, 1003–5 Interpretations, Native American folklore, 668–70 Intertextuality, 495–96; A.

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Japanese Children's Favorite Stories: Anniversary Edition

Florence Sakade

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Humans had nothing to eat because corn that had come from the body of Cinteotl was locked inside Sustenance Mountain. These stylistic features have been applied repeatedly in definitions of the fairy tale, which point to the episodic nature of the narrative, its indefinite settings, bare-bones characterizations, repetitions, formulaic language, and so on. The celebrated fairy-tale films of Czech and Russian origin found their equal in these DEFA pictures.

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Pan de Sal Saves the Day: An Award-winning Children's Story

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However, there is some consensus about their habitats, behaviors, and characteristics. The old man was very pleased when he saw the dog begin to scratch and dig, for he at once supposed that some gold coins lay buried under his tree as well as under his neighbor's, and that the dog had scented them as before; so pushing Shiro away he began to dig himself, but there was nothing to be found. GESTA ROMANORUM 413 €th, “Folktale and Ideology in the Third Reich.” Journal of American Folklore 90 (1977): 168–78; Ro €rchen und Ma €rchenforschung in Europa: Ein Handbuch.

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The Magical Starfruit Tree; A Chinese Folktale

Rosalind C. Wang

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In all of these pairings, the first elements have often been presumed to belong together in one group, the second in another. Gold and bones found in that hill came from those people. [ Berndt & Berndt, pp. 297-300] A man's two wives ran away from him. Fairy tales are filled with hidden witchcraft. Male fairy-tale and folktale collectors and editors are also largely responsible for establishing some of our most widely known anthologies and national archives: Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm in Germany, Peter Christen Asbjørnsen and Jorgen Møe in Norway, Aleksandr Afanes’ev in Russia, and Andrew Lang in England.

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The Mermaid's Muse: The Legend of the Dragon Boats (Chinese

David Bouchard

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Welcome to the Bard presents myths from Celtic and Nordic traditions, offers an overview of several definition of myth, and discusses the role of The Hero in modern society. The man applied the medicine to his arm, which cured it at once. A visual feast, a rush of storytelling was inscribed on the half-timbered houses and ornately gabled Weser Renaissance buildings in a riot of statues, door plaques, allegorical figures, and bas-reliefs.

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Selections From the '100 Best' Children's Stories from

Robert Chi-Kwong Lee

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She was among the founders of the International Society for Folk Narrative Research and took €die des Ma €rchens (Encyclopedia of the Folktale). Among them was one particularly bad man named Tokihira, whose poisonous intrigues at Court were constant. The database is effectively organized by categories. Harold Neemann is associate professor of French at the University of Wyoming. Too lazy to retrieve it, Tar" o tries to cajole the next passerby, the local land steward, into picking it up for him.

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White Tiger, Blue Serpent

Grace Tseng

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Seeing that she could not win his love, she set him free. Her scholarly interests include the literary fairy tale and Italian literature and culture of the seventeenth century. The earliest roots of animation in Europe, in the praxinoscope of Emile Reynaud in 1890s France, included works such as Pauvre Pierrot (Poor ANIMATION 45 Pierrot, 1892), which made use of the cultural commonality of the harlequinade, itself rooted in folklore. An outstanding exception is an essay about a Chinook story in which Dell Hymes, a linguistic anthropologist, derives the terms for his structural analysis from within the mythology of the people.

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Kintaro's Adventures and Other Japanese Children's Favorite

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Tennessee creature story about a mysterious monster named Old Talon terrorizing a remote Appalachian community. Her Thumbelina, for instance, is reminiscent of a healthy, red-cheeked peasant girl rather than the elfish magical creature of the original. 476 ILLUSTRATION It has been pointed out that Sendak, who made just one illustration for each of the Grimm tales in his book The Juniper Tree and Other Tales from Grimm (1973), managed to convey the whole story in a single picture, through richness of details and suggestive body postures and facial expressions.

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Hen-sparrow Turns Purple

Gita Wolf

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Yet often an artwork simply has what might be called a fairy-tale feel: a sense of lucid enchantment and what might be called riotous order. Zipes also uses the sociohistorical approach to study the socialization of children through books and movies in the context of the age of multimedia. Xowalaci ordered those two to encircle the world and hold it together. The people rolled down rocks to see if the mud was hard enough to support them. Lewis’s White Witch (Queen of Narnia) and the queens that populate film and video from Disney’s Snow White to its antithesis Shrek.

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Chinese Fairy Tales (Dover Children's Thrift Classics)

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Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2006; Haase, Donald. “Preface to the Special Issue on ‘Jack Zipes and the Sociohistorical Study of Fairy Tales.’ ” Marvels & Tales 16 (2002): 127–31; Narayan, Kirin. The first important collection of stories from an American Indian oral tradition was published by Indian agent Henry Rowe Schoolcraft. Such wordplay presupposes that the reader and consumer will also recall the traditional tale, thus creating a world where magic and reality can meet in harmony.

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