Table of contents for Morphology of the folktale, by V. Propp. Translated by Laurence Scott [and] with an introd. by Svatava Pirkova-Jakobson.

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Preface to the Second Edition Introduction to the Second Edition Introduction to the First Edition Acknowledgements Author's Foreword I. On the History of the Problem II. The Method and Material III. The Functions of Dramatis Personae IV. Assimilations: Cases of the Double Morphological Meaning of a Single Function V. Some Other Elements of the Tale A. Auxiliary Elements for the Interconnection of Functions B. Auxiliary Elements in Trebling C. Motivations VI. The Distribution of Functions Among Dramatis Personae VII. Ways in Which New Characters Are Introduced into the Course of Action VIII. On the Attributes of Dramatis Personae and their Significance IX. The Tale as a Whole A. The Ways in Which Stories Are Combined B. An Example of Analysis of a Tale C. The Problem of Classification D. On the Relationship of Particular Forms of Structure to the General Pattern E. The Problem of Composition and Theme, and of Themes and Variants F. Conclusion

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Fairy tales -- Classification.
Afanas§ev, A. N. -- (Aleksandr Nikolaevich), -- 1826-1871. -- Narodnye russkie skazki.
Fairy tales -- Russia (Federation) -- Classification.
Tales -- Structural analysis.
Tales -- Russia (Federation) -- Structural analysis.