Tale Quotes

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the-difference-between-fairy-tale-sea-tale-a-fairy-tale-starts-with-once-upon-time-a-sea-tale-starts-with-this-aint-no-hit-edith-widder
the-rules-writing-require-that-episodes-in-tale-shall-be-necessary-parts-tale-shall-help-to-develop-it-mark-twain
with-tale-forsooth-he-cometh-unto-you-with-tale-which-holdeth-children-from-play-old-men-from-chimney-corner-philip-sidney
talebearers-are-as-bad-as-talemakers-richard-brinsley-sheridan
Ultimately, the definition of both the wonder tale and the fairy tale, which derives from it, depends on the manner in which a narrator/author arranges known functions of a tale aesthetically and ideologically to induce wonder and then transmits the tale as a whole according to customary usage of a society in a given historical period. The first stage for the literary fairy tale involved a kind of class and perhaps even gender appropriation. The voices of the nonliterate tellers were submerged, and since women in most cases were not allowed to be scribes, the tales were scripted according to male dictates or fantasies, even though they may have been told by women. Put crudely, it could be said that the literary appropriation of the oral wonder tales served the hegemonic interests of males within the upper classes of particular communities and societies, and to a great extent this is true. However, such a statement must be qualified, for the writing down of the tales also preserved a great deal of the value system of those deprived of power. And the more the literary fairy tale was cultivated and developed, the more it became individualized and varied by intellectuals and artists, who often sympathized with those society marginalized or were marginalized themselves. The literary fairy tale allowed for new possibilities of subversion in the written word and in print, and therefore it was always looked upon with misgivings by the governing authorities in the civilization process.

Jack Zipes
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two-forces-create-eternity-fairy-tale-dream-from-fairy-tale-dejan-stojanovic
every-fairy-tale-offers-potential-to-surpass-present-limits-in-sense-fairy-tale-offers-you-freedoms-that-reality-denies-azar-nafisi
as-long-as-you-keep-one-foot-in-real-world-while-other-foots-in-fairy-tale-that-fairy-tale-is-going-to-seem-kind-attainable
why-didnt-my-father-get-to-give-mom-fairy-tale-why-do-most-people-fail-to-give-each-other-fairy-tale-matthew-quick
never-trust-the-artist-trust-the-tale-the-proper-function-of-the-critic-is-to-save-the-tale-from-the-artist-who-created-it
i-really-hope-that-men-read-the-power-watch-the-handmaids-tale-read-the-handmaids-tale
the-idea-my-life-as-fairy-tale-is-itself-fairy-tale-grace-kelly
ill-be-ready-when-you-are-esclave-a-life-for-life-a-tale-for-tale-pepper-winters
and-the-tale-goes-on-and-on-and-on-and-on