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by Max Luthi,Jon Erickson

eBook The Fairytale as Art Form and Portrait of Man (Folklore Studies in Translation) download ISBN: 0253204208
Author: Max Luthi,Jon Erickson
Publisher: Indiana University Press; Reprint edition (February 22, 1987)
Language: English
Pages: 224
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Mythology and Folk Tales

In this major work by the distinguished Swiss folklorist Max Lüthi, the traditional fairytale is examined from two related points of view.

In this major work by the distinguished Swiss folklorist Max Lüthi, the traditional fairytale is examined from two related points of view. In stock on December 7, 2018.

Niles’ excellent translation should bring Lüthi’s sensitive and articulate study the recognition it deserves among English readers. Library Journal Lüthi demonstrates how the folktale.

Luthi shows that fairytales are more than just a pleasing form; they present a particular way of looking at the world .

Luthi shows that fairytales are more than just a pleasing form; they present a particular way of looking at the world and at human existence. Thus, they must be evaluated in terms of what In this major work by the distinguished Swiss folklorist Max Luthi, the traditional fairytale is examined from two related points of view, that of aesthetics and that of anthropology. This exemplary study will be read with enjoyment and profit not only by the literary scholar and folklore professional but by any reader who has ever delighted in fairytales.

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Luthi, Max, The Fairy Tale as Art Form and Portrait of Man, Jon Erickson, trans. Rowe, Karen . To spin a yarn: The female voice in folklore and fairy tale, in Fairy Tales and Society: Illusion, Allusion, and Paradigm, Ruth Bottigheimer, e. pp. 53–74

Luthi, Max, The Fairy Tale as Art Form and Portrait of Man, Jon Erickson, trans. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1987. Maclean, Marie, Oppositional practices in women's traditional narrative. New Literary History, 1987, 19, pp. 37–50. 53–74. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1986.

Folklore studies in translation. 207 p. Number of pages.

Luthi M. The fairytale as art form and portrait of ma. Max Luthi. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. London: Bounty Books. 35. Windling T. Old Wives Tales: Women's Fairy Tale Art and Literature, Old and Ne. Terri Windling// The Journal of Mythic Arts. 18. Lüthi M. Once upon a Time: On the Nature of Fairy Tales/ Max Lüthi. Режим доступу: 51 36.

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The Fairytale as Art Form and Portrait of Man. Article. An Introduction to the Russian Folktale. Its sharp outlines and clarity of form and color go hand in hand with its emphatic refusal to explain its operative interrelationships in dogmatic terms. Both clarity and mystery are integral parts of it" (82).

Thus, they must be evaluated in terms of what they say about man and the human condition.

In this major work by the distinguished Swiss folklorist Max L thi, the traditional fairytale is examined from two related points of view, that of aesthetics and that of anthropology. L thi shows that fairytales are more than just a pleasing form; they present a particular way of looking at the world and at human existence. Thus, they must be evaluated in terms of what they say about man and the human condition.

In this major work by the distinguished Swiss folklorist Max Lüthi, the traditional fairytale is examined from two related points of view, that of aesthetics and that of anthropology. Lüthi shows that fairytales are more than just a pleasing form; they present a particular way of looking at the world and at human existence. Thus, they must be evaluated in terms of what they say about man and the human condition.

This exemplary study will be read with enjoyment and profit not only by the literary scholar and folklore professional but by any reader who has ever delighted in fairytales.