Table of contents for Why fairy tales stick : the evolution and relevance of a genre / Jack Zipes.

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Contents
Preface
List of Illustrations
1. Toward a Theory of the Fairy Tale as a Literary Genre
2. The Evolution and Dissemination of the Classical Fairy Tale
3. Once Upon a Time in the Future: The Relevance of Fairy Tales
4. The Moral Strains of Fairy Tales and Fantasy
5. The Male Key to Bluebeard¿s Secret
6. The Abandonment of Hansel and Gretel: Famine and Fear
7. To Be or Not to Be Eaten: The Survival of Traditional Storytelling 
 Bibliography

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Fairy tales -- Psychological aspects.
Fairy tales -- History and criticism.