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Volume 21, Number 1, 2007

Table of Contents

From: Marvels & Tales

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Fairy Tales, Printed Texts, and Oral Tellings

Ruth B. Bottigheimer


Preface to the Special Issue on Fairy Tales, Printed Texts, and Oral Tellings

pp. 11-15


The Relationship between Oral and Literary Tradition as a Challenge in Fairy-Tale Research: The Case of Finnish Folktales

pp. 19-33

On the Literary Origins of Folkloric Fairy Tales: A Comparison between Madame d’Aulnoy’s “Finette Cendron” and Frank Bourisaw’s “Belle Finette”

pp. 34-49

The Transformation of Folktales and Fairy Tales into Popular Booklets

pp. 50-64

A Prologue Tale as Manifesto Tale: Establishing a Narrative Literary Form and the Formation of Arabian Nights

pp. 65-77

Postulated Routes from Naples to Paris: The Printer Antonio Bulifon and Giambattista Basile’s Fairy Tales in Seventeenth-Century France

pp. 78-92

New Poetics versus Old Print: Fairy Tales, Animal Fables, and the Gaulois Past

pp. 93-106

Does Sex Breed Gender?: Pronominal Reference in the Grimms’ Fairy Tales

pp. 107-121

Semiliterate and Semi-Oral Processes

pp. 127-140

Scholarship in Translation

The Prologue Tale

pp. 143-148

Texts & Translations

Fairy Tale Review (review)

pp. 149-151

Le Figuier magique et autres contes algériens dits par Aouda (review)

pp. 152-154

Madame d’Aulnoy: Contes des Fées, suivis des Contes nouveaux ou Les Fées à la Mode, and: Contes: Mademoiselle Lhéritier, Mademoiselle Bernard, Mademoiselle de La Force, Madame Durand, and Madame d’Auneuil (review)

pp. 154-157

The Stories of Hans Christian Andersen (review)

pp. 157-160

The Story of the Marquise-Marquis de Banneville (review)

pp. 160-163

Handbuch zur narrativen Volksaufklärung: Moralische Geschichten, 1780–1848 (review)

pp. 163-166

Arachne und ihre Schwestern: Eine Motivgeschichte der Spinne von den “Naturvölkermärchen” bis zu den “Urban Legends” (review)

pp. 166-168

The Important Books: Children’s Picture Books as Art and Literature, and: Once upon a Time: Illustrations from Fairytales, Fables, Primers, Pop-Ups, and Other Children’s Books (review)

pp. 168-172

Four British Fantasists: Place and Culture in the Children’s Fantasies of Penelope Lively, Alan Garner, Diana Wynne Jones, and Susan Cooper (review)

pp. 172-175

Terrors of Childhood in Grimms’ Fairy Tales (review)

pp. 175-177

Organ Theft Legends (review)

pp. 177-179

Critical Exchanges

Critical Exchanges

p. 180



pp. 181-184

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