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SU Impact of Protofeminist Precedent in Fairy Tale Tradition by Jay Williams Review

SU Impact of Protofeminist Precedent in Fairy Tale Tradition by Jay Williams Review

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Assignment 1

Read the Laura Tosi’s essay “Did They Live Happily Ever After? Rewriting Fairy Tales for a Contemporary Audience” pg. 432.

In this essay, Tosi discusses many areas of scholarly conversation (or fun), such as:

  • The evolution of and current definition of “Intertextuality” p433
  • Scholars and readers need a “high threshold for tolerance” when reading reinterpretations p434
  • The “flowering” of Victorian Fairy Tales during the 18th century, and what details changed p435
  • How protofeminist Victorian tales influenced “postmodernist and feminist writers like Angela Carter, Anne Sexton, & Margaret Atwood” p436
  • Overview of “rewriting practices and techniques” begins p436
    • classification p437
    • ethics p437
    • moral balancing p440
  • “Cinderrumpelstiltskin” p442
  • Adaptations for Children p446
  • Elasticity of Fairy Tales

Read the essay, and mark comments you agree with and mark comments you disagree with or have a serious question about. Then, choose the one quote/section that most interests you or emotionally engages you, and work through the steps below.

  1. Include the quote, exactly as it appears in the essay.
  2. Write a well-developed paragraph about why you agreed or disagreed with the quote or why you question it (or want to know more).
  3. Support your own ideas & follow a clear logic within the paragraph. Stay focused on proving or disproving the author’s idea contained in your quote.
  4. Write one question you still have after reading this essay. You do not need to answer the question, but consider what question was left unanswered or sparked by this scholar?

Assignment 2

Read Betsy Hearn’s essay “Disney Revisted, Or, Jiminity Cricket, It’s Musty Down Here” pg. 452.

In this essay, Hearn discusses many areas of scholarly conversation (or fun), such as:

  • The criticism of Frances Clarke Sayers, and a question of whether they still hold p452
  • Perspective of Disney’s relationship with the stories p453
  • Discussion of Sayers’ accusation that Disney was solely “interested in the market” p454
  • Disney and “the masses” p455-456
  • “Cute” and fairy tales p456
  • What was lost in Beauty & The Best 457
  • Modifications 457-459
  • What society craves 459

Read the essay, and mark comments you agree with and mark comments you disagree with or have a serious question about. Then, choose the one quote/section that most interests you or emotionally engages you, and work through the steps below.

  1. Include the quote, exactly as it appears in the essay.
  2. Write a well-developed paragraph about why you agreed or disagreed with the quote or why you question it (or want to know more).
  3. Support your own ideas & follow a clear logic within the paragraph. Stay focused on proving or disproving the author’s idea contained in your quote.
  4. Write one question you still have after reading this essay. You do not need to answer the question, but consider what question was left unanswered or sparked by this scholar?

Assignment 3

Of the adaptations presented in your textbook, which one appeals to you the most and why? Have you seen that type of adaptation or lens used well? Poorly?

Aim for one, fully developed paragraph


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