When Did Fairy Tales Begin What Qualifies As A Fairy Tale Is A True Fairy Tale Oral Or Literary Or Is A Fairy Tale Determined Not By Style But By Content To Answer These And Other Questions, Jan M Ziolkowski Not Only Provides A Comprehensive Overview Of The Theoretical Debates About Fairy Tale Origins But Includes An Extensive Discussion Of The Relationship Of The Fairy Tale To Both The Written And Oral Sources Ziolkowski Offers Interpretations Of A Sampling Of The Tales In Order To Sketch The Complex Connections That Existed In The Middle Ages Between Oral Folktales And Their Written Equivalents, The Variety Of Uses To Which The Writers Applied The Stories, And The Diverse Relationships Between The Medieval Texts And The Expressions Of The Same Tales In The Classic Fairy Tale Collections Of The Nineteenth Century In So Doing, Ziolkowski Explores Stories That Survive In Both Versions Associated With, On The One Hand, Such Standards Of The Nineteenth Century Fairy Tale As The Brothers Grimm, Hans Christian Andersen, And Carlo Collodi And, On The Other, Medieval Latin, Demonstrating That The Literary Fairy Tale Owes A Great Debt To The Latin Literature Of The Medieval Period Jan M Ziolkowski Is The Arthur Kingsley Porter Professor Of Medieval Latin At Harvard University.
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- 512 pages
- Fairy Tales from Before Fairy Tales: The Medieval Latin Past of Wonderful Lies
- Jan M. Ziolkowski
- 17 November 2017 Jan M. Ziolkowski