Good Fairy-tales

This post is especially for those attending the Center for Ethics and Culture Conference who will sit in on my Fairy-tale paper.  But all can benefit!

A Starting Bibliography: Collections and Recommended Stories

Afanas’ev, Aleksandr. Russian Fairy Tales. Translated by Norbert Guterman with a commentary by Roman Jakobson. New York: Pantheon Books, 1973.

  • Go I Know Not Wither, Bring Back I Know Not What, 504-520
  • Ilya Muromets and the Dragon, 569-575
  • Know Not, 97-109
  • Maria Morevna, 553-562
  • Prince Ivan, The Firebird, and the Gray Wolf, 612-624
  • The Bold Knight, the Apples of Youth, and the Water of Life, 314-320
  • The Cock and the Handmill, 387-389
  • The Duck With Golden Eggs, 541-544
  • The Enchanted Princess, 600-611
  • The Enchanted Ring, 31-37
  • The Frog Princess, 119-123
  • The Princess Who Never Smiled, 360-363
  • The Princess Who Wanted to Solve Riddles, 115-117
  • The Sea King and Vasilisa the Wise, 427-437
  • The Speedy Messenger, 124-130
  • The Three Kingdoms, Copper, Silver, and Golden, 375-387
  • The Wise Wife, 521-528 
Basile, Giambattista. The Pentamerone. Translated by Richard Burton with an introduction by E. R. Vincent. London: Spring Books, n. d.

  • The Three Citrons, 391-399
  • The Wood of Garlic, 220-224
  • The Young Slave, 159-163 
Crane, Thomas Frederick. Italian Popular Tales. Edited with an introduction by Jack Zipes. New York: Oxford University Press, 2003.
  • The Cloud, 25-30
  • The Little Chickpea, 195-199
  • The Lord, St. Peter, and the Blacksmith, 151-152 
Dasent, George Webbe. East o’the Sun and West o’the Moon. New York: Dover Publications, Inc., 1970.
  • Boots and His Brothers, 330-336
  • East o’the Sun and West o’the Moon, 22-35
  • Katie Woodencloak, 357-372
  • Tatterhood, 345-353
  • The Widow’s Son, 311-322
  • The Lad Who Went to the North Wind, 228-232 
Eells, Elsie Spicer. Tales of Enchantment from Spain. New York: Dodd, Mead, and Company, Inc., 1950.
  • The Flower of Beauty, 143-157
English Fairy and Other Folk Tales. Edited with an introduction by Edwin Sidney Hartland. Reprint, Detroit: Singing Tree Press, 1968.
  • Jack-and-the-Beanstalk, 35-44
  • Tom Thumb, 272-282 
Fillmore, Parker. Mighty Mikko: A Book of Finnish Fairy Tales and Folk Tales. 7th reprint, New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1940.
  • The Little Sister, 101-120 
Groome, Francis Hindes. Gypsy Folk Tales. With a foreword by Walter Starkie. London: Herbert Jenkins, 1963.
  • An Old King and His Three Sons in England, 220-234
Jacobs, Joseph. Celtic Fairy Tales. New York: Dover Publications, Inc., 1968.
  • Field of Boliauns, 26-29
  • Horned Women, 32-33
  • Brewery of Eggshells, 222-225
  • Guleesh, 5-25
Jacobs, Joseph. English Fairy Tales. New York: Dover Publications, Inc., 1967.
  • Jack and His Golden Snuff-Box, 81-92
  • Jack-and-the-Beanstalk, 59-67
  • Molly Whuppie, 125-130
  • The Laidly Worm of Spindleston Heugh, 183-187
  • The Well of the World’s End, 215-219
  • Tom Thumb, 140-147 
Opie, Iona and Peter. The Classic Fairy Tales. London: Oxford University Press, 1974.
  • Beauty and the Beast, 139-150
  • Hänsel and Gretel, 238-244 
Perrault, Charles. The Complete Fairy Tales in Verse and Prose. Edited and translated by Stanley Appelbaum. Mineola, NY: Dover Publishing, 2002.
  • Cinderella, 165-175
  • Puss-in-Boots, 149-157
  • Sleeping Beauty, 117-131 
The Complete Grimm’s Fairy Tales. Translated by Margaret Hunt, revised and corrected by James Stern, with an introduction by Padraic Colum and commentary by Joseph Campbell. New York: Pantheon Books, 1972.
  • Allerleirauh, 326-331
  • Cinderella, 121-127
  • Donkey Cabbages, 551-558
  • Hänsel and Gretel, 86-94
  • Little Briar-Rose, 237-241
  • Little Snow-White, 249-258
  • Maid Maleen, 801-807
  • Mother Holle, 133-136
  • Strong Hans, 688-695
  • The Drummer, 781-790
  • The Elves, 199
  • The Gold-Children, 388-393
  • The Golden Bird, 272-279
  • The Golden Goose, 322-326
  • The Iron Stove, 571-577
  • The King’s Son Who Feared Nothing, 545-550
  • The Peasant’s Wise Daughter, 437-440
  • The Poor Miller’s Boy and the Cat, 482-485
  • The Queen Bee, 317-319
  • The Shoes That Were Danced to Pieces, 596-599
  • The Singing, Soaring Lark, 399-404
  • The Spindle, the Shuttle, and the Needle, 764-767.
  • The Three Languages, 169-171
  • The True Bride, 752-760
  • The Water of Life, 449-455
  • The White Snake, 98-101
  • The Youth Who Went Forth to Learn What Fear Was, 29-39

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