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Fairy Tales Introduction

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Fairy Tales Introduction Hum 3000

Lillian Notetaker
Stan State
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These note cover the first day of class and the "Introduction" reading from the "Folk & Fairy Tales" book.
Exploration in Humanities
Professor Steele
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Hummanities, fairy, Tales




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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Lillian Notetaker on Thursday August 25, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Hum 3000 at California State University Stanislaus taught by Professor Steele in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 5 views. For similar materials see Exploration in Humanities in Humanities at California State University Stanislaus.

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Date Created: 08/25/16
8-24-16 I. Fairy Tale Introduction a. What is a fairy tale? i. A story that involves fantasy elements with the purpose to entertain the audience b. Words that come in mind when you hear the word "fairy tale": i. Imagination ii. Fantasy iii. Morals iv. Mythical adventure v. Culture vi. Fiction vii. Old viii. Stories ix. Changing/morphing x. Tradition xi. Once upon a time xii. Happily ever after c. Folk tale v.s literary tale i. Folk tale- stories of the common people told orally 1. usually changed when reached the next person 2. "broken telephone" game ii. Literary tale- stories written down 1. were not exact to the original stories d. Fairy tales were often changed based on the individuals beliefs and ideology i. Charles Perrault & the Grimm brothers e. Fairy tales took a while before being accepted by most in society f. Evolution of fairy tales i. Many voices to single authors ii. Personal issues to society issues iii. Gained more adult audience iv. Film & media have altered the take on fairy tales (Disney) v. Constantly changing (oral-literary-media)


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