"This engaging text makes explicit the ways in which fairy tales provide 'a space in which to encounter and then reflect upon national identities and differences.' . . . Highly recommended."—Choice
2003 | 208 pages | Cloth $39.95 | Paper $27.50
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Table of Contents
2. The Household Tales in the Household Library: Edgar Taylor's "German Popular Stories"
3. Everything Is in the Telling: T. Crofton Croker's "Fairy Legends and Traditions of the South of Ireland"
4. Otherness and Otherworldliness: Edward W. Lane's "Arabian Nights"
5. The Dreams of the Younger Brother: George Webbe Dasent's "Popular Tales from the Norse"
6. Conclusion: Dreams