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Gramarye issue 20

This issue’s contents include:

  • ‘From Rape Trauma to Genius through Narration in Contemporary Little Red Riding Hood Tales’, Carola Wide and Marinella Rodi-Risberg
  • ‘The Mab of Folklore’, Simon Young
  • ‘Reclaiming Stories: Invoking the Goddess’, Vanessa Marr and Jessica Moriarty
  • ‘Lob’, Iain Rowan
  • ‘The Tale of Two Kingdoms’, Ben Coppin
  • ‘Child Price’, Akua Lezli Hope
  • ‘Sky Is Falling!’, Susan diRende
  • ‘The Peddler’, Garry Bliss
  • ‘The Miller’s Daughter’, Kathleen Murphey
  • ‘The Rise and Fall of Narnia: A review of From Spare Oom to War Drobe: Travels in Narnia with My Nine-Year-Old Self, Simon Young
  • A review of La nouvelle jeunesse des contes: Transcréations des recueils de Perrault et des Grimm, Jack Zipes
  • A review of A Pre-Columbian Bestiary: Fantastic Creatures of Indigenous Latin America, B.C. Kennedy
  • A review of Johnny Breadless: A Pacifist Fairy Tale, B.C. Kennedy
  • A review of The Broken Spell: Indian Storytelling and the Romance Genre in Persian and Urdu, Victoria Leslie
  • A review of Retelling Cinderella: Cultural and Creative Transformations, Lorenza Gianfrancesco
  • A review of Fabula Rasa’s poetry collections, Zoe Mitchell

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