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The European Folktale: Form and Nature (Folklore Studies in Translation) download ebook

by Max Luthi,John D. Niles

The European Folktale: Form and Nature (Folklore Studies in Translation) download ebook
ISBN:
0253203937
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978-0253203939
Author:
Max Luthi,John D. Niles
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Indiana University Press; First Edition edition (September 22, 1986)
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200 pages
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Niles’ excellent translation should bring Lüthi’s sensitive and articulate study the recognition it deserves among .

Niles’ excellent translation should bring Lüthi’s sensitive and articulate study the recognition it deserves among English readers. Library Journal Lüthi demonstrates how the folktale.

The European Folktale book. Jul 09, 2011 Judy rated it it was amazing. Niles' excellent translation should bring Luthi's sensitive and articulate study the recognition it deserves among English readers. Luthi demonstrates how the folktale, by its very distance from reality, can play upon the most important themes of human existence.

Translation of: Das europäische Volksmärchen.

Bloomington : Indiana University Press. Translation of: Das europäische Volksmärchen. Bibliography: p. 134-163.

The European folktale : form and nature. Philadelphia : Institute for the Study of Human Issues. Luthi, Max. The European folktale : form and nature, Max Luthi ; John D. Niles, translator Institute for the Study of Human Issues Philadelphia 1982. Australian/Harvard Citation. 1982, The European folktale : form and nature, Max Luthi ; John D. Niles, translator Institute for the Study of Human Issues Philadelphia.

Nature and function of other forms of folk narrative. The folktale as wish-fulfillment, as a depiction of what should be, as a depiction of what is. Symbolism. Tendency toward the comic. The folktale as a late form. Possible means of origin, possible means of continuing vitality (folktale authors and tellers). Start by marking The European Folktale: Form and Nature as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

Niles' excellent translation should bring Lüthi's sensitive and articulate study the recognition it deserves among English readers. Library JournalLüthi demonstrates how the folktale, by its very distance from reality, can play upon the most important themes of human existence. Niles' excellent translation should bring Lüthi's sensitive and articulate study the recognition it deserves among English readers. Lüthi demonstrates how the folktale, by its very distance from reality, can play upon the most important themes of human existence.

In Studies in Taiwanese Folktales, Asian Folklore and Social Life . Tooby, John, and Leda Cosmides 1992 The Psychological Foundations of Culture.

In Studies in Taiwanese Folktales, Asian Folklore and Social Life Monographs, Vol. I. Taipei: The Orient Cultural Service. Luthi, Max 1982 The European Folktale: Form and Nature, John D. Niles, trans. Philadelphia: Institute for the Study of Human Issues (ISHI). Marbot, General M. de 1891 Memoires du General Baron de Marbot. In The Adapted Mind, Jerome Barkow, Leda Cosmides, and John Tooby, eds. Pp. 19–136.

Attempts to study African tales (Paulme) and American Indian tales .

Another question concerns the extent to which Propp's analysis applies to forms of folk narrative other than the folktale. Propp's Morphology may also have important implications for studies of thinking and learning processes. Do children become familiar enough with the general nature of fairy-tale morphology to object to or question a deviation from it by a storyteller? (This kind of question may be investigated by field and laboratory experiments.

Niles’ excellent translation should bring Lüthi’s sensitive and articulate study the recognition it deserves among English readers." ―Library Journal

Lüthi demonstrates how the folktale, by its very distance from reality, can play upon the most important themes of human existence.

Reviews:
  • Ynye
This is one of the best books to read if you are interested in folktales and legends and the difference between the two.
  • GWEZJ
A useful book for my research.
  • NI_Rak
Great book, arrived in perfect condition
  • Mataxe
The European Folktale is such an old tome and is SO succinct and creative and wise that I got lost in Luthi's world view. He 'is' simply the best in Folklore Studies, and that's truth....
  • Frdi
l got the book for school