Marvels & Tales Volume 24, Number 1, Spring 2010 (The Fairy Tale after Angela Carter)

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From April 22 through April 25, 2009, the conference on “The Fairy Tale after Angela Carter” was held at the University of East Anglia (UK) to mark the thirtieth anniversary of the publication of Angela Carter’s The Bloody Chamber, a story collection that has had a profound and pervasive impact on our understanding of and engagement with the fairy tale. The objective of the conference was to use this important anniversary as an opportunity to reflect on the legacy of Angela Carter and to examine the state of the fairy tale and fairy-tale studies today.

Special Issue: The Fairy Tale after Angela Carter
Guest Editors: Stephen Benson and Andrew Teverson 

Preface to the Special Issue on the Fairy Tale After Angela Carter
Stephen Benson and Andrew Teverson

Decolonizing Fairy-Tale Studies
Donald Haase

Collecting the Empire: Andrew Lang’s Fairy Books (1889–1910)
Sara Hines

Through the Looking Glass: Fairy-Tale Cinema and the Spectacle of Femininity in Stardust and The Brothers Grimm
Susan Cahill

“With redundance of blood”: Reading Ireland in Neil Jordan’s The Company of Wolves
Sharon McCann

When Dreams Travel: Mirrors, Frames, and Storyseekers in Githa Hariharan’s Retelling of The Arabian Nights
Vassilena Parashkevova

Back to Ölenberg: An Intertextual Dialogue between Fairy-Tale Retellings and the Sociohistorical Study of the Grimm Tales
Vanessa Joosen

Mouth to Mouth: Queer Desires in Emma Donoghue’s Kissing the Witch
Jennifer Orme

“But marriage itself is no party”: Angela Carter’s Translation of Charles Perrault’s “La Belle au bois dormant”; or, Pitting the Politics of Experience against the Sleeping Beauty Myth
Martine Hennard Dutheil de la Rochère

Review Essay
Jack Zipes


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Additional Information 6x9, 188 pages, published July 13, 2010

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