Table of contents for Fairy tales and feminism : new approaches / edited by Donald Haase.


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Contents
 Preface 000
 1. Feminist Fairy-Tale Scholarship 000
 Donald Haase
 2. Fertility Control and the Birth of the Modern European
 Fairy-Tale Heroine 000
 Ruth B. Bottigheimer
 3. On Fairy Tales, Subversion, and Ambiguity: Feminist
 Approaches to Seventeenth-Century Contes de fées 000
 Lewis C. Seifert
 4. German Fairy Tales: A User's Manual. Translations of Six
 Frames and Fragments by Romantic Women 000
 Jeannine Blackwell
 5. The Mirror Broken: Women's Autobiography and Fairy Tales
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 Elizabeth Wanning Harries
 6. Fire and Water: A Journey into the Heart of a Story 000
 Kay Stone
 7. The Fairy-Tale Intertext in Iberian and Latin American
 Women's Writing 000
 Patricia Anne Odber de Baubeta
 8. Babes in the Bosque: Fairy Tales in Twentieth-Century
 Argentine Women's Writing 000
 Fiona Mackintosh
 9. Creolization as Agency in Woman-Centered Folktales 000
 Lee Haring
 10. Genre and Gender in the Cultural Reproduction of India
 as "Wonder" Tale 000
 Cristina Bacchilega
 11. Disrupting the Boundaries of Genre and Gender:
 Postmodernism and the Fairy Tale 000
 Cathy Lynn Preston
 Bibliography 000
 Contributors 000




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Fairy tales History and criticism, Feminist literary criticismFeminism and literature