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Using Beaumont’s classic story as a touchstone, this work shows how “Beauty and the Beast” takes on different meanings as it is analyzed by psychologists, illustrated in picture books, adapted to the screen, and rewritten by contemporary writers.
provides expert commentary on the tale and on representative critical approaches and contemporary adaptations.
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Whether he analyzes the classic version of Madame Leprince de Beaumont, Angela Carter’s feminist versions, or the Disney animated films, Griswold is always thought-provoking. 1 (2006), 154–56; Ruth Carver Capasso, Children’s Literature Association Quarterly v. 3 (Fall 2004), 273–4; Siobhán Parkinson, Inis (Dublin), 49.
This is a book that will certainly interest all readers who are captivated by the mystery of fairy tales.” ― Jack Zipes, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis“While specifically focused on the tale named in its title, Jerry Griswold’s The Meanings of ‘Beauty and the Beast’ offers a perceptive and entertaining introduction to the subject of fairy tales generally. Jerry Griswold is a specialist in Children’s Literature and in American Literature and Culture.
Illustrations (Walter Crane, Mercer Mayer, and others)7.
Films (Jean Cocteau and Walt Disney)Notes Index“‘Beauty and the Beast’ is one of the most popular tales in the world, but very few critics have been able to account for its immense popularity.