Gretel's Duck: The Escape from the Ogre in AaTh 327

@inproceedings{Goldberg2000GretelsDT,
  title={Gretel's Duck: The Escape from the Ogre in AaTh 327},
  author={Christine Goldberg},
  year={2000}
}
Centrant son analyse sur le motif de l'ogre et du canard qui fait traverser la riviere a Hansel et Gretel dans le conte des freres Grimm, l'A. tente de montrer que cette version du conte, avec une poursuite a la fin, est typique et traditionnelle, le motif du canard ne constituant pas un simple ajout decoratif. Ce type correspond a une configuration fondamentale du conte-type AaTh 327 que l'on retrouve, au-dela de ses variantes europeennes, dans d'autres aires culturelles (Afrique, Asie… 
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