1. From the Editors
  2. Cristina Bacchilega, Anne E. Duggan
  3. p. 214
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  1. Peasantry in Palestinian Folktales: Sites of Memory, Homeland, and Collectivity
  2. Farah Aboubakr
  3. pp. 217-238
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  1. Women and Slaves: Gender Politics in the Arabian Nights
  2. Tarek Shamma
  3. pp. 239-260
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  1. American Aladdins and Sinbads: A Critical Bibliographic Examination of the Arabian Nights for Antebellum Nationhood
  2. Rasoul Aliakbari
  3. pp. 261-294
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  1. Surgical Humanization in H. C. Andersen’s “The Little Mermaid”
  2. Lori Yamato
  3. pp. 295-312
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  1. “A Different Logic”: Animals, Transformation, and Rationality in Angela Carter’s “The Tiger’s Bride”
  2. Caroline Webb, Helen Hopcroft
  3. pp. 313-337
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  1. Cinderella in Chinatown: Seeking Identity and Cultural Values in Year of the Fish
  2. Xiaoqing Qiu
  3. pp. 370-385
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  1. Vigilante Feminism: Revising Trauma, Abduction, and Assault in American Fairy-Tale Revisions
  2. Laura Mattoon D’Amore
  3. pp. 386-405
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  1. The Princess and the Goblin and Other Fairy Tales by George MacDonald (review)
  2. Sara Cleto
  3. pp. 411-413
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  1. Tales of the Brothers Grimm ed. by Karen Marta (review)
  2. Kirsten Rae Simonsen
  3. pp. 413-416
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  1. Folktales and Fairy Tales: Traditions and Texts from Around the World ed. by Anne E. Duggan and Donald Haase (review)
  2. Carmen Nolte-Odhiambo
  3. pp. 416-419
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  1. The Edinburgh Critical Edition of the Selected Writings of Andrew Lang ed. by Andrew Teverson, Alexandra Warwick, and Leigh Wilson (review)
  2. Mary Sellers
  3. pp. 419-421
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  1. Fairy Tales in Popular Culture ed. by Martin Hallett and Barbara Karasek (review)
  2. Brittany Warman
  3. pp. 421-424
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  1. New Approaches to Teaching Folk and Fairy Tales ed. by Christa C. Jones and Claudia Schwabe (review)
  2. Theodora Goss
  3. pp. 424-426
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  1. From Dog Bridegroom to Wolf Girl: Contemporary Japanese Fairy-Tale Adaptations in Conversation with the West by Mayako Murai (review)
  2. Rose Williamson
  3. pp. 426-428
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  1. The Irish Fairy Tale: A Narrative Tradition from the Middle Ages to Yeats and Stephens by Vito Carrassi (review)
  2. Deanna Allred
  3. pp. 428-430
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  1. Japanese Mythology in Film: A Semiotic Approach to Reading Japanese Film and Anime by Yoshiko Okuyama (review)
  2. Micheline M. Soong
  3. pp. 430-432
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  1. The Politics of Magic: DEFA Fairy-Tale Films by Qinna Shen (review)
  2. Julie Koehler
  3. pp. 433-435
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  1. Preserving the Magic Spell: Basile’s “The Tale of Tales” and Its Afterlife in the Fairy-Tale Tradition by Armando Maggi (review)
  2. Bethany Hanks
  3. pp. 435-437
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  1. Seven Miles of Steel Thistles: Reflections on Fairy Tales by Katherine Langrish (review)
  2. Abigail Heiniger
  3. pp. 437-439
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  1. Transforming Tales: Rewriting Metamorphosis in Medieval French Literature by Miranda Griffin (review)
  2. Jack Zipes
  3. pp. 439-440
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  1. Index to Volume 31 (2017)
  2. pp. 446-448
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 442-445
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