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Beard - English II - Fall 2013 - Themes in Fables & Fairy Tales   Tags: english, fables, fairy tales, literary criticism, literature, theme  

Researching themes in fables & fairy tales. Comparative analysis of other pieces of literature.
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Aesop's Fables

Each year, University of Massachusetts professor Copper Giloth asks her Computers in Fine Arts students to illustrate or animate an Aesop fable, along with their own modern retelling of the story. This collection of nearly forty fables is the best of that student work dating back to 1994.


Grimm's Fairy Tales

Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm were German patriots of the early nineteenth century who set out to preserve their country's folk tales. The stories were often cruel, but once the brothers saw how popular the tales were with young readers, they started making them softer and sweeter. National Geographic serves up a graphically-rich adventure into twelve "unvarnished" Grimm fairy tales, some of which include audio. 

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