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Channeling wonder : fairy tales on television / edited by Pauline Greenhill and Jill Terry Rudy.

Contributor(s): Greenhill, Pauline [editor.] | Rudy, Jill Terry, 1963- [editor.].
Series: Series in fairy-tale studies: Publisher: Detroit, Michigan : Wayne State University Press, [2014]Description: x, 450 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780814339220; 0814339220.Subject(s): Fairy tales -- Television adaptationsDDC classification: 791.45/61
Contents:
Who's got the power?: Super Why!, viewer agency, and traditional narrative / Ian Brodie and Jodi McDavid -- Merlin as initiation tale: a contemporary fairy-tale manual for adolescent relationships / Emma Nelson and Ashley Walton -- Lost in the woods: adapting "Hansel and Gretel" for television / Don Tresca -- Things Jim Henson showed us: intermediality and the artistic making of Jim Henson's The StoryTeller / Jill Terry Rudy -- Things Walt Disney didn't tell us (but at which Rodgers and Hammerstein at least hinted): the 1965 made-for-TV musical of Cinderella / Patricia Sawin -- "Appearance does not make the man": masculinities in Japanese television retellings of "Cinderella" / Christie Barber -- Molding messages: analyzing the reworking of "Sleeping Beauty" in Grimm's Fairy Tale Classics and Dollhouse / Jeana Jorgensen and Brittany Warman -- Power to revolutionize the world, or absolute gender apocalypse?: queering the new fairy-tale feminine in Revolutionary Girl Utena / Kristian Lezubski -- Criminal beasts and swan girls: the Red Riding Trilogy and Little Red Riding Hood on television / Pauline Greenhill and Steven Kohm -- New fairy tales are old again: Grimm and the Brothers Grimm / Kristiana Willsey -- Dark story retold: adaptation, representation, and design in Snow White: A Tale of Terror / Andrea Wright -- Judith or Salome? Holofernes or John the Baptist? Catherine Breillat's rescripting of Charles Perrault's "Bluebeard" / Shuli Barzilai -- Ugly stepsisters and unkind girls: reality TV's repurposed fairy tales / Linda J. Lee -- Getting real with fairy tales: magic realism in Grimm and Once Upon a Time / Claudia Schwabe -- Happily never after: the commodification and critique of fairy tale in ABC's Once Upon a Time / Rebecca Hay and Christa Baxter -- Fairy tale and the commercial in Carosello and Fractured Fairy Tales / Christina Bacchilega and John Rieder -- Critical introduction to the fairy-tale teleography / Kendra Magnus-Johnston.
List(s) this item appears in: ENG 210 - Folk and Fairy Tale Resources
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Who's got the power?: Super Why!, viewer agency, and traditional narrative / Ian Brodie and Jodi McDavid -- Merlin as initiation tale: a contemporary fairy-tale manual for adolescent relationships / Emma Nelson and Ashley Walton -- Lost in the woods: adapting "Hansel and Gretel" for television / Don Tresca -- Things Jim Henson showed us: intermediality and the artistic making of Jim Henson's The StoryTeller / Jill Terry Rudy -- Things Walt Disney didn't tell us (but at which Rodgers and Hammerstein at least hinted): the 1965 made-for-TV musical of Cinderella / Patricia Sawin -- "Appearance does not make the man": masculinities in Japanese television retellings of "Cinderella" / Christie Barber -- Molding messages: analyzing the reworking of "Sleeping Beauty" in Grimm's Fairy Tale Classics and Dollhouse / Jeana Jorgensen and Brittany Warman -- Power to revolutionize the world, or absolute gender apocalypse?: queering the new fairy-tale feminine in Revolutionary Girl Utena / Kristian Lezubski -- Criminal beasts and swan girls: the Red Riding Trilogy and Little Red Riding Hood on television / Pauline Greenhill and Steven Kohm -- New fairy tales are old again: Grimm and the Brothers Grimm / Kristiana Willsey -- Dark story retold: adaptation, representation, and design in Snow White: A Tale of Terror / Andrea Wright -- Judith or Salome? Holofernes or John the Baptist? Catherine Breillat's rescripting of Charles Perrault's "Bluebeard" / Shuli Barzilai -- Ugly stepsisters and unkind girls: reality TV's repurposed fairy tales / Linda J. Lee -- Getting real with fairy tales: magic realism in Grimm and Once Upon a Time / Claudia Schwabe -- Happily never after: the commodification and critique of fairy tale in ABC's Once Upon a Time / Rebecca Hay and Christa Baxter -- Fairy tale and the commercial in Carosello and Fractured Fairy Tales / Christina Bacchilega and John Rieder -- Critical introduction to the fairy-tale teleography / Kendra Magnus-Johnston.

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