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10 thoughts on “When Dreams Came True: Classical Fairy Tales and Their Tradition (Literary Studies)

  1. says:

    This is a series of essays that gives you a shortened forms of famous writers biographies The bibliography is the back is chock a block full of good tittles to look out for it you want to know .


  2. says:

    Quality Rating Five StarsEnjoyment Rating Five Stars


  3. says:

    This book is organized by section from History of Fairy Tales to a chapter on Oscar Wilde Looks at the motivations behind great collectors and writers like D Aulnoy, Perrault, Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm, Dickens, Wilde, and many others obviously enough to fill an entire book There s an index in the back that takes you through all of the works mentioned, be they collections, authors, or individual tales I could see this coming in handy for quick research projects, but I really enjoyed reading it as a stand alone simply because Jack Zipes has a very straightforward writing style Good Read


  4. says:

    Very nice read, but though it touches on various fascinating points, I was disappointed to find many of those points were not picked up and satisfactorily dealt with.


  5. says:

    Accessible, conversational language with interesting insights into the origins of fairy tales and storytelling.