10 Books That Will Change How You Think About Fairy Tales

And more on fairy tales. Some of the books on this list will be familiar (including The Bloody Chamber); some less so. There are books on the fairy tale, and reworkings of fairy tale themes and new fairy tales–for young readers, I think. A handy list, anyway.

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1 Response to 10 Books That Will Change How You Think About Fairy Tales

  1. Zipes and Propp missing here but nice to see the new Marina Warner get a mention. I like the look of the Turnip Princess collection by Penguin. Still looking for Grimm ‘Pied Piper’in translation. Will have to find at the BL for my paper.

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