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  • Index to Volume 33 (2019)

Bacchilega, Cristina, and Anne E. Duggan, From the Editors, 13, 231

Bacchilega, Cristina, and Anne E. Duggan, Preface: Thinking with Stories, 17–21

Cover illustrations

McMullin, Dan Taulapapa, Aitu, 33.1 cover

From the The Rubel Collection, 33.2 cover


Bonikowski, Wyatt, “The Juniper Tree” as Primal Scene: English-Language Literary Adaptations since 1985, 235–58

Campbell, Jessica, Real Women Have Skins: The Enchanted Bride Tale in Her Body and Other Parties, 302–18

Carlson, Amy, Kissing the Mermaid: Resistance, Adaptation, Popular Cultural Memory, and Maya Kern’s Webcomic How to Be a Mermaid, 60–79

Cleto, Sara, and Brittany Warman, Teaching with Stories: Empathy, Relatability, and the Fairy Tale, 80–93

Jones, Christine A., Sidonie de la Houssaye’s Fairy Tales: An American Lesson in Cultural Literacy, 29–41

Koehler, Julie, When the Inexhaustible Purse Runs Dry: Bettina von Arnim’s “Tale of the Lucky Purse,” 42–59

May-Ron, Rona, Returning the Gaze: “Cinderella” as Intertext in Margaret Atwood’s Oryx and Crake, 259–82

Menise, Tatjana, “The Snow Queen” in Russian Fan Fiction: Voices of Readers and Viewers, 283–301

Palma, Shannan, Entitled to a Happy Ending: Fairy-Tale Logic from “Beauty and the Beast” to the Incel Movement, 319–37

Raynard, Sophie, Ancients vs. Moderns: The Women’s Riposte, 94–117

Trinquet du Lys, Charlotte, Women Soldiers’ Tales during Louis XIV’s War Conflicts, 118–34

Turner, Kay, Neighbors and Witches in Times of Conflict: Afterthoughts and Aftereffects of Doing a Workshop at “Thinking with Stories,” 3–28

Wood, Danielle, Writing Baba Yaga into the Tasmanian Bush, 135–42

Texts & Translations

Wood, Danielle, Excerpt from “The House on Legs,” 145–49

Zipes, Jack, Why? by Hermynia zur Mühlen, 150–60


Brode, Douglas, and Shea T. Brode, eds., Debating Disney: Pedagogical Perspectives on Commercial Cinema (Ida Yoshinaga), 343–45

Brode, Douglas, and Shea T. Brode, eds., It’s the Disney Version! Popular Cinema and Literary Classics (Jeanie Coutant), 345–48 [End Page 368]

Bru, Josaine, prep., Bénédicte Bonnemason, ed., Nicole Belmont, afterword, Le Conte populaire français: Contes merveilleux. Supplément au Catalogue de Paul Delarue et Marie-Louise Tenèze [The French Folktale: Fairy Tales. Supplement to the Catalog by Paul Delarue and Marie-Louise Tenèze], (Catherine Velay-Vallantin), 171–74

Carpi, Daniela, Fairy Tales in the Postmodern World: No Tales for Children (Cora Jaeger), 176–78

Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco, Jewish Folktales Retold: Artist as Maggid (Shoshana Olidort), 192–94

Davies, Sioned, trans., The Mabinogion (Jacqueline N. Smith), 341–43

Fudge, Bruce, ed. and trans., A Hundred and One Nights (Charlotte Trinquet du Lys), 169–71

Gates, Henry Louis, Jr., and Maria Tatar Liveright, The Annotated African American Folktales (Gloria Respress-Churchwell), 163–65

Gordon, Neta, A Tour of Fabletown: Patterns and Plots in Bill Willingham’s Fables (Jason Marc Harris), 187–90

Gutierrez, Anna Katrina, Mixed Magic: Global-Local Dialogues in Fairy Tales for Young Readers (Susan M. Strayer), 181–83

Haney, Jack, ed. and trans., The Complete Folktales of A. N. Afanas’ev, Volumes I and II (Psyche Z. Ready), 165–67

Hayward, Philip, Making a Splash: Mermaids (and Mermen) in 20th and 21st Century Audiovisual Media (Lucy Fraser), 352–54

Hubner, Laura, Fairytale and Gothic Horror: Uncanny Transformations in Film (Cory Thomas Hutcheson), 178–81

Jolles, André, trans. Peter J. Schwartz, Fredric Jameson, foreword, Simple Forms: Legend, Saga, Myth, Riddle, Saying, Case, Memorabile, Fairy Tale, Joke (Andrew Teverson), 185–87

Katz Rizzo, Laura, Dancing the Fairy Tale: Producing and Performing “The Sleeping Beauty” (Abigail Keyes), 350–52

Keene, Melanie, Science in Wonderland (Victoria Phelps), 183–85

Perrin, Jean-François, L’Orientale allégorie: Le conte oriental au XVIIIe siècle (1704–1774) [The Oriental Allegory: The Oriental Tale in the XVIIIth Century (1704–1774)] (Christine A. Jones), 356–59

Potter, Ian, Museum of Art, University of Melbourne, All the Better to See You With: Fairy Tales Transformed (Victoria Tedeschi), 190–92

Pullman, Philip, Simon Mason, ed., Dæmon Voices: Essays on Storytelling (Jack Zipes), 174–76

Schultz, Gretchen, and Lewis Seifert, eds., Fairy Tales for the Disillusioned: Enchanted Stories from the French Decadent Tradition (Adrion Dula), 167–69...


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