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  1. Marvels & tales. Journal of fairy-tale studies. Special issue: Angela Carter and the literary Märchen, vol. 12, nº 1, 1998, 252 pp.

    Pires, Maria da Natividade

  2. Marina Warner, No go the Bogeyman. Scaring, lulling and making mock. London: Chatto and Windus, 1998.435 pages

    Baubeta, Patricia Anne Odber de

  3. The wearing and shedding of enchanted shoes

    Cardigos, Isabel
    O paradoxo inerente ao conceito de “sapato” – uma constrição que permite andar mais e mais depressa – reflecte-se de várias formas nos contos maravilhosos. Enquanto o segundo termo do paradoxo (instrumentos que facilitam o andar) se aplica sobretudo a protagonistas masculinos, o primeiro termo desdobra-se de muitas formas quando o sapato é duma personagem feminina. Partimos de versões portuguesas de O Noivo Animal (AT 425A) e Os Sapatos Estragados (AT 306), para daí considerar a função do sapato feminino, alargando-a a outros contos. Os sapatos femininos serão ícones de um estado de disjunção marital, por sua vez relacionado com um encantamento que...

  4. Virgins in brothels: gender and religious ecotypfication

    Boyarin, Daniel

  5. Speech and gender: indian versions of the silence wager (at 1351)

    Blackburn, Stuart

  6. Recognizing female sexuality: at 313, the maid as mentor in the young man's maturation

    Thomas, Gerald

  7. Gender and magic in junkun folktales

    Dinslage, Sabine; Storch, Anne
    Gender conflict, fear of female sexuality and then magic to prevent women from predominating a society are a common topic in tales almost all over Africa and perhaps throughout the world. The Jukun of Northeastern Nigeria are, however, an extreme example for an almost overwhelming fear of female sexuality and are a whole society bound together by magic and fear.

  8. Looking for a spouse in mwera folk narratives

    Reuster-Jahn, Uta

  9. The rebellious girl who wants the perfect man: role assignments in folktales of the bulsa in Northern Ghana

    Schott, Rüdiger

  10. The multilingual subaltern: creolization as agency

    Haring, Lee

  11. Women's and men's storytelling: what is the difference? Some observations in contemporary slovak storytelling communities

    Kiliánová, Gabriela

  12. Personal narratives on war: a challenge to women's essays and ethnography in Croatia

    Kirin, Renata Jambresic

  13. Gender trouble? On the gender constitution of clergymen's wives

    Meurling, Birgitta

  14. Perspectives on cowgirls, humor and images of the American West

    McAndrews, Kristin M.

  15. Feminism and bluebeard

    Lovell-Smith, Rose

  16. Gender, culture and folklore

    Nenola, Aili

  17. Introdução = Vorwort = Introduction

    Cardigos, Isabel; Köler-Zülch, Ines

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