Reframing the Early French Fairy Tale: A Selected Bibliography

  title={Reframing the Early French Fairy Tale: A Selected Bibliography},
  author={B{\'e}r{\'e}nice V. Le Marchand},
  journal={Marvels \& Tales},
  pages={122 - 86}
This bibliography includes printed primary and secondary sources related to French fairy tales from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Conceived as an aid to research and teaching, the select list of scholarship includes sources published primarily in French and English, complemented by additional items in German and Italian. 
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Youth's poison?: The creation and evolution of children's chapbooks in Scotland, 1800-1870

This thesis examines the production and development of chapbooks for children in Scotland during the period 1800-1870. By dividing these chapbooks into two categories, religious and instructive, it



The great fairy tale tradition : from Straparola and Basile to the Brothers Grimm : texts, criticism

The tales-116 in all-are thematically grouped. Each grouping is introduced and annotated by Jack Zipes, the genre's reigning expert. Twenty illustrations accompany the texts. "Criticism" includes

Fabulous Identities: Women's Fairy Tales in Seventeenth-Century France

Acknowledgments. Preface. I. Men Defining Women in Seventeenth-Century France. II. Corps cadavres: Heroes and Heroines in the Tales of Perrault. III. Corps metamorphoses: Heroes and Heorines in the

Out of the Woods: The Origins of the Literary Fairy Tale in Italy and France

Out of the Woods studies the birth and early evolution of the literary fairy tale in Italy and France in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, from the early Italian collections (Straparola and

The willing suspension of belief in the French seventeenth century fairy tale

All is rarely as it seems in French seventeenth century artistic activity. The spirit of preciosite, the art of exploiting, playfully, all the implications of a chosen topic, found a perfect vehicle

Femmes savantes et femmes d'esprit : women intellectuals of the French eighteenth century

In eighteenth-century France, there were numerous women thinkers and writers, whose contributions to society and to intellectual life were rarely acknowledged either by their contemporaries or in

The Poetics of Enchantment (1690-1715)

This article addresses the woman teller's identity in the literary fairy tales of France. The author rereads prefaces and images that scholars have used to demonstrate the woman teller's literarity

The Meanings of "Beauty and the Beast": A Handbook

"A blend of synthesis, anthology, and analysis, this offers a broadly supported expansion of the scholarship on an irrepressible story." -- Betsy Hearne, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Postmodern Fairy Tales: Gender and Narrative Strategies

Postmodern Fairy Tales seeks to understand the fairy tale not as children's literature but within the broader context of folklore and literary studies. It focuses on the narrative strategies through

From Court to Forest: Giambattista Basile's Lo cunto de li cunti and the Birth of the Literary Fairy Tale

Reviewed Medium: book Authors: Nancy L. Canepa Year: 1999 Pages: 336 Publisher: Wayne State University Press Prices: $39.95 US(hard cover).

Legend and Belief: Dialectics of a Folklore Genre

Legend and Belief. Dialectics of a Folklore Genre. By Linda Degh. (Bloomington: Indiana University, 2001. Pp. viii + 498, illustrations, photographs, notes, bibliography, index. $49.95 cloth) This