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Gramarye issue 11

Gramarye issue 11

This issue’s contents include:

  • Introduction, Lorna Gray
  • ‘Subversive or What? Fairies and Rebellion’, Jeremy Harte
  • ‘The Suburban Boggart: Folklore of an Inner-City Park’, Ceri Houlbrook
  • ‘Wisconsin Werewolves: Visual Narration, Cultural Adaptation
    and Ostensive Action’, Willem de Blécourt
  • ‘The “Ancient Celtic Year” in Contemporary Children’s Fantasy’, Dimitra Fimi
  • ‘Ball-Gowned Bookworms, ‘Bad’ Fairies and Bold Adventurers: Fairy-Tale Films and Feminism’, Sue Short
  • ‘The Wondrous and the Mundane: Everyday Foods in Fairy Tales’, Rose Williamson
  • A review of Ruth B. Bottigheimer’s Magic Tales and Fairy Tale Magic, Willem de Blécourt
  • A review of Richard Firth Green’s Elf Queens and Holy Friars: Fairy Beliefs and the Medieval Church, Katherine Langrish
  • A review of Christine A. Jones’ Mother Goose Refigured, Ruth B. Bottigheimer
  • A review of Marina Warner’s Fly Away Home: Stories, Andrew Teverson

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