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  Volume 12, Number 2, December 1988

Table of Contents

The Fairy Tale

The Changing Function of the Fairy Tale

pp. 7-31
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The "Abandoning Impulse" in Human Parents

pp. 32-46
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Mothers, Monsters, and Morals in Victorian Fairy Tales

pp. 47-60
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Carlo Collodi As Translator: From Fairy Tale to Folk Tale

pp. 61-73
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Beauty And The Beast: Visions and Revisions of an Old Tale: 1950-1985

pp. 74-111
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The French Fairy-Tale Conspiracy

pp. 112-120
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Adapting the Fairy Tale for Hawaii's Children

pp. 121-134
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Beyond Disney: Reading and Writing Traditional and Alternative Fairy Tales

pp. 135-150
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Astrid Lindgren's The Robber's Daughter: A Twentieth-Century Fairy Tale

pp. 151-164
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Magical Medievalism and the Fairy Tale in Susan Cooper's The Dark Is Rising Sequence

pp. 165-177
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The Princess of Power: Socializing Our Daughters Through TV, Toys, and Tradition

pp. 178-192
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Gold into Straw: Fairy Tale Movies for Children and the Culture Industry

pp. 193-207
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Confessions of a Fairy-Tale Lover

pp. 208-223
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Booklog

Life at The Squirrel Inn: Rediscovering Frank Stockton

pp. 224-239
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The Hard Facts about the Bad Girls

pp. 240-243
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Professional Notes and Announcements

pp. 244-246
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Contributors' Notes

pp. 247-250
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Research Areas

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