Publisher: NTC/Contemporary Publishing Company
Isbn-10: 1853261017 | Isbn-13: 9781853261015 | Publish date: 01/04/1998 | Edition New Ed
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Fairy tales are part of the history of man. We can find tales even going back to the Sumer people, that is at the dawn of the writing and of the history, as opposed to pre-history. But, lot of fairy tales, if not tha vast majority of them, are of oral tradition put in a written form by phylologists of vaiour ages. One says that fairy tales are destined to children with a pedagogical intent. Instead, if we read them closely and slowly, triyng to capture their phylological, folklorical, psycological, literary, intent, they reveal aspects of the nature and history of man, archetypal of everyone of us: and it's for this reason that we identify with them, adults and children alike.
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