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lareviewofbooks:
Two new books testify to the extraordinary legacy of the Grimms’ tales in England, North America, and other English-speaking countries: Sara Maitland’s Gossip from the Forest: The Roots of Our Forests and Fairytales (2012) and Philip Pullman’s Fairy Tales from the Brothers Grimm: A New English Version (2012). Both writers have previously published numerous fairy tales, but with these new books, they acknowledge an even greater cultural debt to the Grimms’ stories and make a significant contribution to their ongoing heritage in England, as well as in other English-speaking countries.
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lareviewofbooks:

Two new books testify to the extraordinary legacy of the Grimms’ tales in England, North America, and other English-speaking countries: Sara Maitland’s Gossip from the Forest: The Roots of Our Forests and Fairytales (2012) and Philip Pullman’s Fairy Tales from the Brothers Grimm: A New English Version (2012). Both writers have previously published numerous fairy tales, but with these new books, they acknowledge an even greater cultural debt to the Grimms’ stories and make a significant contribution to their ongoing heritage in England, as well as in other English-speaking countries.

Click here to read more.

(Source: lareviewofbooks)

  • 17 November 2012
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