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The annotated Peter Pan / by Barrie, J. M.(James Matthew),1860-1937.; Tatar, Maria,1945-; Rackham, Arthur,1867-1939.;
"Peter Pan : adaptations, prequels, sequels, and spin-offs": p. 341-343.Includes bibliographical references (p. 381-390).A message for those who have grown up -- A note from the author about Peter Pan and J.M. Barrie -- Introduction to J.M. Barrie's Peter Pan -- J. M. Barrie in Neverland : a biographical essay -- Peter and Wendy / by J.M. Barrie -- J.M. Barrie's The boy castaways of Black Lake Island -- "To the Five, a dedication" : J.M. Barrie's introduction to the play Peter Pan -- Arthur Rackham and Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens : a biography of the artist -- An introduction to Arthur Rackham's illustrations for Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens -- Arthur Rackham's illustrations for Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens -- J.M. Barrie's scenario for a proposed film of Peter Pan -- Peter Pan on-screen : a cinematic survey -- Peter Pan : adaptations, prequels, sequels, and spin-offs -- A montage of friends, fans, and foes : J.M. Barrie and Peter Pan in the world -- J.M. Barrie's legacy : Peter Pan and Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children / by Christine De Poortere.An annotated version of the classic story of the boy who never grows up includes period photos and a discussion of the tale's controversial history.
Subjects: Peter Pan (Fictitious character); Barrie, J. M. (James Matthew), 1860-1937.; Rackham, Arthur, 1867-1939.; Fantasy fiction.;
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The classic fairy tales : texts, criticism / by Tatar, Maria,1945-editor.;
Includes bibliographical references.Little Red Riding Hood --The Story of Grandmother -- Little Red Riding Hood -- Little Red Cap -- The False Grandmother -- Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf --The Three Little Pigs -- The Tale of the Tiger Woman -- Tselane and the Marimo -- Introduction: Beauty and the Beast -- Beauty and the Beast -- The Pig King -- The Frog King, or Iron Heinrich -- The Tiger's Bride -- Urashima the Fisherman -- The Enchanted Frog -- The Swan Maiden -- Chonguita -- The Dog Bride -- Introduction: Snow White -- The Young Slave -- Snow White -- Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs -- Snow, Glass, Apples -- Introduction: Sleeping Beauty -- The Sleeping Beauty in the Wood -- Briar Rose -- Sleeping Beauty and the Airplane -- The Sleeping Beauty -- Introduction: Cinderella -- Rhodopis -- Yeh-hsien -- Cinderella -- Donkeyskin -- The Three Gowns -- Catskin -- The Story of the Black Cow -- Lin Lan [Cinderella] -- The Princess in the Suit of Leather -- Introduction: Bluebeard -- Bluebeard -- Pitcher's Bird -- The Robber Bridegroom -- Mr. Fox -- Mr. Bluebeard -- The Forbidden Room -- Mast-Truan -- Bluebeard's Egg -- Bluebeard -- Introduction: Tricksters -- Hansel and Grelel -- Fulano de Tal and His Children -- The Juniper Tree -- The Rose-Tree -- The Singing Bones -- Little Thumbling --Vasilisa the Fair -- Momotaro, or the Peach Boy -- Jack and the Beanstalk -- Introduction: Hans Christian Andersen -- The Little Mermaid -- The Little Match Girl -- The Girl Who Trod on the Loaf --The Red Shoes --The Emperor's New Clothes -- The Nightingale -- Introduction: Oscar Wilde -- The Selfish Giant -- The Happy Prince -- The Nightingale and the Rose -- Criticism --The Fairy Tale Moves on Its Own in Time -- From Better Castles in the Sky at the Country Fair and Circus, in Fairy Tales and Colportage --From The Storyteller: Reflections on the Works of Nikolai Leskov -- Peasants Tell Tales: The Meaning of Mother Goose -- Abstract Style -- [Snow White and Her Wicked Stepmother] -- From To Spin a Yarn: The Female Voice in Folklore and Fairy Talc -- From The Old Wives' Tale -- Breaking the Disney Spell -- From Yours, Mine, or Ours? Perrault, the Brothers Grimm, and the Ownership of Fairy Tales -- From Sex and Violence: The Hard Core of Fairy Tales -- From Slipping the Trap of Appetite -- From Female Tricksters as Double Agents -- From The Fairy-Tale Web -- From Magical Illusion: Fairy-Talc Film -- From The Types of International Folktales -- From Folklore and Literature -- From Morphology of the Folktale"This Norton Critical Edition includes seven different tale types: 'Little Red Riding Hood,' 'Beauty and the Beast,' 'Snow White,' 'Sleeping Beauty,' 'Cinderella,' 'Bluebeard,' and 'Tricksters.' These groupings include multicultural versions, literary rescriptings, and introductions and annotations by Maria Tatar. [Also includes] tales by Hans Christian Andersen and Oscar Wilde [and] more than fifteen critical essays exploring the various aspects of fairy tales."--From: https://books.google.com.
Subjects: Fairy tales;
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