The Fairy Tale Girl
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📒The Fairy Tale Girl ✍ Ann Major
✏The Fairy Tale Girl Book Summary : The Fairy Tale Girl is the exciting second book in USA Today bestselling Texas romance author Ann Major’s ANN MAJOR CLASSICS: Men of the West series. “Ann Major’s name on the cover instantly identifies the book as a good read.” –New York Times bestselling author Sandra Brown “Want it all? Read Ann Major.” –New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts “No one provides hotter emotional fireworks than the fiery Ann Major.” RT Reviews She’s on the run from her dangerous past... The last thing recently divorced Amber Johnson wanted when she fled the Bahamas for Colorado was to fall for handsome rancher, Jake Kassidy, her next-door neighbor. He’s a poor boy made good; a cowboy with a wounded heart... Jake had his own reasons for not wanting to fall in love. From his first tempestuous encounter with Amber, he’s too fiercely drawn to walk away. But will shocking secrets from their pasts destroy their second chance at love? The MEN OF THE WEST series of romance novels includes: Wild Lady The Fairy Tale Girl Meant to Be Golden Man Review THE FAIRY TALE GIRL Ms. Major really creates great emotional intensity… RT Reviews
📒The Fairy Tale Girl ✍ Ann Major
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📒The Fairytale Lives Of Russian Girls ✍ Meg Miroshnik
✏The Fairytale Lives of Russian Girls Book Summary : "Dark comedy / 6f / unit set/multiple settings"--Back cover.
📒Contemporary Fiction And The Fairy Tale ✍ Stephen Benson
✏Contemporary Fiction and the Fairy Tale Book Summary : Considers the profound influence of fairy tales on contemporary fiction, including the work of Margaret Atwood, A.S. Byatt, Angela Carter, Robert Coover, Salman Rushdie, and Jeanette Winterson.
📒The Fairy Tale Girl ✍ Susan Branch
✏The Fairy Tale Girl Book Summary : Based on the diaries Susan has kept since she was in her 20s, The Fairy Tale Girl is book one of a two part series. Together the books are an illustrated memoir, charmingly designed in Susan's style with her whimsical watercolors and personal photographs. It's an enchanting story of love and loss, mystery and magic that begins in a geranium-colored house in California, and ends up, like any good fairy tale, on the right side of the rabbit hole, in a small cottage in the woods on the New England Island of Martha's Vineyard. The Fairy Tale Girl humorously explores Susan's journey as an artist and as a girl/woman, from the 1950s through the 1980s. In the first book of the series we get a revealing view of Susan's early life as the oldest of eight children and the marriage she imagined would be forever; it's filled with inspiration, romance and discovery, and a leap into the unknown.
📒Angela Carter And The Fairy Tale ✍ Jacques Barchilon
✏Angela Carter and the Fairy Tale Book Summary : A diverse collection of essays, artwork, interviews, and fiction on Angela Carter.
📒How A Mother Weaned Her Girl From Fairy Tales ✍ Kate Bernheimer
✏How a Mother Weaned Her Girl from Fairy Tales Book Summary : Collects the author's fairy tales that are all a mixture of nonsense, violence, and elegance, including "The Old Dinosaur," "How a Mother Weaned her Girl from Fairy Tales," and "Babes in the Woods."
📒English Fairy Tales ✍ Joseph Jacobs
✏English Fairy Tales Book Summary : The first compilation of the full first-edition texts of the classic fairy tale collections by Joseph Jacobs, with Jacobs' original prefaces and annotations. * Reprints Jacobs' original versions of these 87 classic tales exactly as they were first published more than a century ago * Illustrated with the original block prints by John Batten
📒The Fairytale As Art Form And Portrait Of Man ✍ Max Lüthi
✏The Fairytale as Art Form and Portrait of Man Book Summary : In this major work by the distinguished Swiss folklorist Max LA1/4thi, the traditional fairytale is examined from two related points of view, that of aesthetics and that of anthropology. LA1/4thi shows that fairytales are more than just a pleasing form; they present a particular way of looking at the world and at human existence. Thus, they must be evaluated in terms of what they say about man and the human condition. This exemplary study will be read with enjoyment and profit not only by the literary scholar and folklore professional but by any reader who has ever delighted in fairytales.
📒Moulding The Female Body In Victorian Fairy Tales And Sensation Novels ✍ Dr Laurence Talairach-Vielmas
✏Moulding the Female Body in Victorian Fairy Tales and Sensation Novels Book Summary : Laurence Talairach-Vielmas explores Victorian representations of femininity in narratives that depart from mainstream realism, from fairy tales by George MacDonald, Lewis Carroll, Christina Rossetti, Juliana Horatia Ewing, and Jean Ingelow, to sensation novels by Wilkie Collins, Mary Elizabeth Braddon, Rhoda Broughton, and Charles Dickens. Feminine representation, Talairach-Vielmas argues, is actually presented in a hyper-realistic way in such anti-realistic genres as children's literature and sensation fiction. In fact, it is precisely the clash between fantasy and reality that enables the narratives to interrogate the real and re-create a new type of realism that exposes the normative constraints imposed to contain the female body. In her exploration of the female body and its representations, Talairach-Vielmas examines how Victorian fantasies and sensation novels deconstruct and reconstruct femininity; she focuses in particular on the links between the female characters and consumerism, and shows how these serve to illuminate the tensions underlying the representation of the Victorian ideal.