In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content:

  • Index to Volume 27 (2013)


  • Cardi, Luciana, “A Fool Will Never Be Happy”: Kurahashi Yumiko’s Retelling of “Snow White,” 194–204

  • Duggan, Anne E., The Revolutionary Undoing of the Maiden Warrior in Riyoko Ikeda’s Rose of Versailles and Jacques Demy’s Lady Oscar, 34–51

  • Eubanks, Charlotte, Envisioning the Invisible: Sex, Species, and Anomaly in Contemporary Japanese Women’s Fiction, 205–217

  • Fraser, Lucy, Lost Property Fairy Tales: Ogawa Yōko and Higami Kumiko’s Transformations of “The Little Mermaid,” 181–193

  • Greenhill, Pauline, and Steven Kohm, Hoodwinked! and Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade: Animated “Little Red Riding Hood” Films and the Rashômon Effect, 89–108

  • Jones, Christine A., Thoughts on “Heroinism” in French Fairy Tales, 15–33

  • Magnus-Johnson, Kendra, “Reeling In” Grimm Masculinities: Hucksters, Cross-Dressers, and Ninnies, 65–88

  • Mollet, Tracey, “With a smile and a song…”: Walt Disney and the Birth of the American Fairy Tale, 109–124

  • Murai Mayako, The Princess, the Witch, and the Fireside: Yanagi Miwa’s Uncanny Restaging of Fairy Tales, 234–253

  • Ortabasi, Melek, (Re)animating Folklore: Raccoon Dogs, Foxes, and Other Supernatural Japanese Citizens in Takahata Isao’s Heisei tanuki gassen pompoko, 254–275

  • Ridgely, Steven C., Terayama Shūji and Bluebeard, 290–300

  • Schacker, Jennifer, Slaying Blunderboer: Cross-Dressed Heroes, National Identities, and Wartime Pantomime, 52–64

  • Shamoon, Deborah, The Yōkai in the Database: Supernatural Creatures and Folklore in Manga and Anime, 276–289

  • Wilson, Michiko N., Ōba Minako the Raconteur: Refashioning a Yamauba Tale, 218–233

Texts & Translations

  • Tawada Yōko, “The Man with Two Mouths” (trans. Margaret Mitsutani), 321–329

  • Terayama Shūji, Red Riding Hood (trans. Marc Sebastian-Jones), 303–320


  • Cavallaro, Dani, The Fairy Tale and Anime: Traditional Themes, Images, and Symbols at Play on Screen (Okuyama Yoshiko), 339–342

  • Daniel, Noel, ed., The Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm, trans. Matthew R. Price (Clementine Beauvais), 130–132

  • Eubanks, Charlotte, Miracles of Book and Body: Buddhist Textual Culture and Medieval Japan (Janet R. Goodwin), 337–339

  • Foster, Michael Dylan, Pandemonium and Parade: Japanese Monster and the Culture of Yōkai (Michael Wilson), 333–335

  • Gray, William, Fantasy, Myth, and the Measure of Truth: Tales of Pullman, Lewis, Tolkien, [End Page 351] MacDonald, and Hoffman (Jennifer L. Miller), 142–144

  • Heiner, Heidi Anne, ed., The Frog Prince and Other Frog Tales from Around the World (Helen Pilinovsky), 127–129

  • Heiner, Heidi Anne, ed., Rapunzel and Other Maiden in the Tower Tales from Around the World (Helen Pilinovsky), 127–129

  • Heiner, Heidi Anne, ed., Sleeping Beauties: Sleeping Beauty and Snow White Tales from Around the World (Helen Pilinovsky), 127–129

  • Kidd, Kenneth B., Freud in Oz: At the Intersections of Psychoanalysis and Children’s Literature (Karen Coats), 139–142

  • Li, Michelle Osterfield, Ambiguous Bodies: Reading the Grotesque in Japanese Setsuwa Tales (Thomas E. McAuley), 330–333

  • MacDonald, George, At the Back of the North Wind, ed. Roderick McGillis and John Pennington (Laurence Talairach-Vielmas), 135–137

  • Marshall, Bonnie C., trans., Far North Tales: Stories from the Peoples of the Arctic Circle, ed. Kira Van Deusen (Alexander D. King), 125–127

  • Oziewicz, Marek, One Earth, One People: The Mythopoeic Fantasy Series of Ursula K. Le Guin, Lloyd Alexander, Madeleine L’Engle, and Orson Scott Card (Stephen D. Winick), 137–139

  • Papp, Zilia, Anime and Its Roots in Early Japanese Monster Art (Deborah Shamoon), 342–344

  • Pétrovitch, Françoise, Inklings (Eric Birkeland), 149–151

  • Py, Olivier, Shōjo to akuma to fūshagoya (The Girl Without Hands) and Honmono no fianse (The True Bride), dir. Miyagi Satoshi (Murai Mayako), 344–346

  • Rölleke, Heinz, ed., Es war einmal…: Die wahren Märchen der Brüder Grimm und wer sie ihnen erzählte, illus. Albert Schindehütte (Jack Zipes), 132–135

  • Sabry, Somaya Sami, Arab-American Women’s Writing and Performance: Orientalism, Race, and the Idea of the Arabian Nights (Jeana Jorgensen), 144–146

  • Shirane Haruo, ed., The Demon at Agi Bridge and Other Japanese Tales, trans. Burton Watson (Fumihiko Kobayashi), 335–337

  • Stead, Evanghélia, ed. and partly trans., Contes de la mille et deuxième nuit: Théophile Gautier, Edgar Allan Poe, Nicolae Davidescu, Richard Lesclide et André Gill (Dominique Jullien...


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