The Brothers Grimm & Their Critics

The Brothers Grimm & Their Critics

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Kamenetsky analyzes the Grimms' (Jacob, 1785-1863; Wilhelm, 1786-1859) folktale collection from various theoretical and critical perspectives, including linguistics, anthropology, history, sociology, psychology, feminism, and comparative literature. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, ORFar from being dry and schematic, however, the essay remained lively and poetic throughout. ... considering separately the fairies, the cluricauns, the banshee, the phooka, along with dwarfs, mermaids, brownies, witches, and other creatures.

Title:The Brothers Grimm & Their Critics
Author: Christa Kamenetsky
Publisher:Athens : Ohio University Press - 1992

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