An Anthology of American Folktales and Legends. Edited by Frank de Caro.
Review by Heather Diamond.
The Collected Sicilian Folk and Fairy Tales of Giuseppe Pitrè. Edited and translated by Jack Zipes and Joseph Russo. Illustrated by Carmelo Lettere.
Review by Francisco Vaz da Silva.
Raja Nal and the Goddess: The North Indian Epic Dhola in Performance. By Susan Snow Wadley.
Review by Sadhana Naithani.
Ramayana Stories in Modern South India: An Anthology. Edited by Paula Richman.
Review by S. Shankar.
The Golden Thread: Storytelling in Teaching and Learning. By Susan Danoff.
Review by Victoria G. Dworkin.
Suddenly They Heard Footsteps: Storytelling for the Twenty-first Century. By Dan Yashinsky.
Review by Kay Stone.
Brothers and Beasts: An Anthology of Men of Fairy Tales. Edited by Kate Bernheimer, with a foreword by Maria Tatar and an afterword by Jack Zipes.
Review by Margaret R. Yocom.
Some Day Your Witch Will Come. By Kay Stone.
Review by Jeana Jorgensen.
Elusive Childhood: Impossible Representations in Modern Fiction. By Susan Honeyman.
Review by Julie Anastasia Barton.
Adventures into Otherness: Child Metamorphs in Late Twentieth-Century Children's Literature. By Maria Lassén-Seger.
Review by Carmen Nolte.
Fairy-Tale Science: Monstrous Generation in the Tales of Straparola and Basile. By Suzanne Magnanini.
Review by Stephanie Malia Hom.
The Victorian Press and the Fairy Tale. By Caroline Sumpter.
Review by Laurence Talairach-Vielmas.
Seductions in Narrative: Subjectivity and Desire in the Works of Angela Carter and Jeanette Winterson. By Gemma López.
Review by Jennifer Orme.
Contemporary Fiction and the Fairy Tale. Edited by Stephen Benson.
Review by Armelle Parey.
The Enchantress of Florence. By Salman Rushdie.
Review by JoAnn Conrad.
Editors, Marvels & Tales. "Reviews." Marvels & Tales 23.2 (2009). Web. <https://digitalcommons.wayne.edu/marvels/vol23/iss2/9>.