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Volume 19, Issue 1 (2005) Reframing the Early French Fairy Tale

Preface to the Special Issue on "Reframing the Early French Fairy Tale"

Holly Tucker, Guest Editor

For several years, I have taught a course on Approaches to the French Fairy Tale for our Freshman Seminar program at Vanderbilt University. As many Marvels & Tales readers who teach similar classes can relate, a course on fairy tales is guaranteed to raise the eyebrows of more than a few parents and administrators. However, sharing space in the schedule of classes with seminars such as “New York, New York: Film and Literature,” “Musicals! All Singing, All Dancing,” “The Social Construction of Hip Hop/Rap Music,” and “The Simple Art of Murder: Knowledge and Guilt in Detective Literature,” my fairy-tale course is in good company (or, in the case of the latter, perhaps not!).

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