A Study of Fairy Tales
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A Study of Fairy Tales

By Laura Fry Kready
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  • A STUDY OF FAIRY TALES
  • TO THE CHILDREN WHO, BECAUSE OF IT, MAY RECEIVE ANY GOOD.
    • PREFACE
    • CONTENTS
      • CHAPTER PAGE
    • CHAPTER PAGE
  • INTRODUCTION
  • CHAPTER I
    • THE WORTH OF FAIRY TALES
      • I. TWO PUBLIC TRIBUTES
      • II. THE VALUE OF FAIRY TALES IN EDUCATION
      • REFERENCES
    • I. TWO PUBLIC TRIBUTES
    • II. THE VALUE OF FAIRY TALES IN EDUCATION
    • REFERENCES
    • CHAPTER II
      • PRINCIPLES OF SELECTION FOR FAIRY TALES
      • I. THE INTERESTS OF CHILDREN
      • II. THE FAIRY TALE AS LITERATURE
      • III. THE FAIRY TALE AS A SHORT-STORY
      • REFERENCES:
    • PRINCIPLES OF SELECTION FOR FAIRY TALES
    • I. THE INTERESTS OF CHILDREN
    • II. THE FAIRY TALE AS LITERATURE
    • III. THE FAIRY TALE AS A SHORT-STORY
    • REFERENCES:
    • CHAPTER III
      • THE TELLING OF FAIRY TALES
      • I. THE TEACHER'S PREPARATION
      • II. THE PRESENTATION OF THE TALE
    • THE TELLING OF FAIRY TALES
    • I. THE TEACHER'S PREPARATION
    • II. THE PRESENTATION OF THE TALE
    • III. THE RETURN FROM THE CHILD[2]
      • REFERENCES:
    • REFERENCES:
    • CHAPTER IV
      • THE HISTORY OF FAIRY TALES
        • I. THE ORIGIN OF FAIRY TALES
      • I. THE ORIGIN OF FAIRY TALES
      • II. THE TRANSMISSION OF FAIRY TALES
    • THE HISTORY OF FAIRY TALES
      • I. THE ORIGIN OF FAIRY TALES
    • I. THE ORIGIN OF FAIRY TALES
    • II. THE TRANSMISSION OF FAIRY TALES
    • REFERENCES
  • CHAPTER V
    • CLASSES OF FAIRY TALES
      • I. AVAILABLE TYPES OF TALES
      • REFERENCES
    • I. AVAILABLE TYPES OF TALES
    • REFERENCES
  • CHAPTER VI
    • IV. A LIST OF PICTURES
      • V. A LIST OF FAIRY POEMS
      • VI. MAIN STANDARD FAIRY TALE BOOKS
        • VII. FAIRY TALES OF ALL NATIONS
        • VIII. MISCELLANEOUS EDITIONS OF FAIRY TALES
      • VII. FAIRY TALES OF ALL NATIONS
      • VIII. MISCELLANEOUS EDITIONS OF FAIRY TALES
      • IX. SCHOOL EDITIONS OF FAIRY TALES
    • V. A LIST OF FAIRY POEMS
    • VI. MAIN STANDARD FAIRY TALE BOOKS
      • VII. FAIRY TALES OF ALL NATIONS
      • VIII. MISCELLANEOUS EDITIONS OF FAIRY TALES
    • VII. FAIRY TALES OF ALL NATIONS
    • VIII. MISCELLANEOUS EDITIONS OF FAIRY TALES
    • IX. SCHOOL EDITIONS OF FAIRY TALES
  • APPENDIX
    • TYPES OF TALES
    • OUTLINE
      • I. THE WORTH OF FAIRY TALES
        • III. THE TELLING OF FAIRY TALES
        • IV. THE HISTORY OF FAIRY TALES
        • V. CLASSES OF FAIRY TALES
      • III. THE TELLING OF FAIRY TALES
      • IV. THE HISTORY OF FAIRY TALES
      • V. CLASSES OF FAIRY TALES
      • INDEX
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    • I. THE WORTH OF FAIRY TALES
      • III. THE TELLING OF FAIRY TALES
      • IV. THE HISTORY OF FAIRY TALES
      • V. CLASSES OF FAIRY TALES
    • III. THE TELLING OF FAIRY TALES
    • IV. THE HISTORY OF FAIRY TALES
    • V. CLASSES OF FAIRY TALES
    • INDEX
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