Volume 12, Issue 1 (1998) Angela Carter and the Literary Märchen
Preface to the Special Issue on "Angela Carter and the Literary Märchen"
Cristina Bacchilega and Danielle M. Roemer, Guest Editors
This project began in 1996 when we proposed “Angela Carter and the Literary Märchen” as a “Folklore and Literature” topic for the American Folklore Society Annual Meeting in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The response was invigorating, resulting in two well-attended panels and lively discussion. We decided then to put out a general call for papers in scholarly journals and on the internet, in an effort to reach international scholars across disciplines who were actively thinking about Carter’s magic.Read more...
Angela Carter and the Literary Märchen: A Review Essay
The Woman in Process in Angela Carter’s “The Bloody Chamber”
Kathleen E. B. Manley
The Logic of the Same and Différance: “The Courtship of Mr Lyon”
Teaching Improprieties: The Bloody Chamber and the Reverent Classroom
Elise Bruhl and Michael Gamer
Open Access Article
From the WSU Press Catalog
Originally published as Marvels & Tales, volume 12, number 1, Wayne State University Press’s Angela Carter and the Fairy Tale (2001) calls attention to the diversity of Carter’s approaches to the fairy tale genre. This volume contains contributions from an international group of scholars and artists exploring various aspects of Carter’s work and life.
Edited by Danielle M. Roemer and Cristina Bacchilega, this collection includes all the essays from the original Marvels & Tales issue as well as an extended introduction by the editors.
If you are interested in finding out more about Angela Carter and the Fairy Tale or to purchase a copy of this collection, please visit the Press’s website page dedicated to this book.