Snow White in West and South Slavic Tradition

@inproceedings{Kropej2008SnowWI,
  title={Snow White in West and South Slavic Tradition},
  author={Monika Kropej},
  year={2008}
}
Abstract This paper analyzes the tale-type Snow White (AaTh/ATU 709) in the folk tradition of West and South Slavs, which preserves different versions of this tale. AaTh/ATU 709 is found among all West and South Slavic groups, with the exception of Kashubians from the vicinity of Gdańsk, Polabians, a minority (now extinct) in Germany, and the South Slavs in Montenegro. The paper examines the characteristics of the tales, both from the aspect of their contents and meaning as well as their… 
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