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Demers Anthology: Cautionary Tales (Titles mentioned under each note)

, Winter 2011
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Department
English
Course Code
ENG234H5
Professor
Dr.H.Forsythe Paul

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Fatum (Latin): to enchant
Fee (old woman skilled in magic, homeopath, midwife), faerie (French): illusion
Spinster: a woman who spins (monotonous)
Fairytale: not necessarily about fairies but about magic, sub-genre of folklores, something
extra-ordinary happens in all of them, marvelous, fairytales are absolutely serious and the
magic cannot be made fun of (not satirical), dont know where things happen (in a forest,
but in what country?), exists in a suspended universe that is never specified, travel all over
the world (Chinese version of Cinderella (foot binding LOL), oral nature of these texts keeps
through, does not know where these stories originated--: sailors, knights, servants, villagers
1. Illusion, enchantment:
2.Fairyland
3.People of Fairyland
4. Individual of Fairyland
Kinder and Hausmarchen
Histoires ou Contesdu Temps Passe, Avec des Moralites
Contes de Ma Mere L Oye
Classical Romantic
OrderLiberty
HarmonySpontaneity
SimplicityExtravagance
Civilization/CultureNature
PublicPrivate
CitizenshipIndividualism
Universals, ImperialismNationalism
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