Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Towards a Classification of Fairy Tale Film: Works Cited

Works Cited

Alexander, Alex. “Stephen King’s Carrie—A Universal Fairytale.” Popular Culture 13 (1979): 282-288.

Andersen, Hans Christian. Fairy Tales. A New Translation by Tiina Nunnally. Ed. and Intro. by Jackie Wullshlager. Viking, Penguin, 2004.

Bausinger, Hermann. “Concerning the Content and Meaning of Fairy Tales.” Germanic Review 62 (1987): 75-82.

Benjamin, Walter. Illuminations. Trans. Hannah Arendt. New York: Schocken Books, 1968.

The Company of Wolves. Dir. Neil Jordan. Cannon Films, 1984.

Carrie. Dir. Brian DePalma. Screenplay by Lawrence Cohen and Stephen King. United Aritsts, 1985.

Cooks, Leda, Mark Orbe and Carol Bruess, "The Fairy Tale Theme in Popular Culture: A Semiotic Analysis of Pretty Woman." Women's Studies in Communication 16 (1993): 86-104.

Ever After: A Cinderella Story Dir. Andy Tennant. Screenplay by Charles Perrault, Susannah Grant, Andy Tennant, and Rick Parks. 20th Century Fox, 1998.

Gruner, Elisabeth. “Saving “Cinderella”: History and Story in Ashpet and Ever After.” Children’s Literature 31 (2003): 142-154.

Haase, Donald. “Children, War, and the Imaginative Space of Fairy Tales.” The Lion and the Unicorn: A Critical Journal of Children’s Literature 24 (2000): 360-77.

Jackson, Bruce. “A Film Note.” Journal of American Folklore 102 (1989): 388-89.

Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back. Dir. Kevin Smith. Miramax, 2001.

Kidd, Kenneth. “"A" is for Auschwitz: Psychoanalysis, Trauma Theory, and the "Children's Literature of Atrocity.” Children’s Literature 33 (2005): 120-149.

Koven, Mikel J. “Folklore Studies and Popular Film and Television: A Necessary Critical Survey.” Journal of American Folklore 116 (2003): 176-195.

Legend: Ultimate Edition Dir. Ridley Scott. 1985. DVD. MCA/Universal. 2003.

Nikolajeva, Maria. “Fairy Tale and Fantasy: From Archaic to Postmodern” Marvels & Tales 17 (2003): 138-156.

The Oxford Companion to Fairy Tales. Ed. Jack Zipes. New York: Oxford University Press, 2000.

Plummer, Laura. “'I'm Not Laura Palmer': David Lynch's Fractured Fairy Tale” Literature Film Quarterly 25 (1997): 307-14.

Pretty Woman. Dir. Garry Marshall. Touchstone Pictures, 1990.

Richards, Patricia, et al. “Don’t let a good scare frighten you: Choosing and using quality chillers to promote reading.” The Reading Teacher 52 (1999): 830-40.

Smith, Jonathan Z. Relating Religion: Essays in the Study of Religion. Chicago: University Press. 2004.

Spells of Enchantment: the wondrous fairy tales of Western culture. Jack Zipes, ed. New York: Penguin Books, 1992.

Stephens, John and Robyn McCallum. “Utopia, Dystopia, and Cultural Controversy in Ever After and the Grimm Brothers' Snow White.” Marvels & Tales 16 (2002) 201-213.

The Classic Fairy Tales. Ed. Maria Tatar. New York: Norton, 1999.

Twin Peaks: The First Season Prod. Robert Engels. 1990. DVD. Republic, 2003.

Worley, Alec. Empires of the Imagination : A Critical Survey of Fantasy Cinema from Georges Méliès to The Lord of the Rings. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, c2005.

Zipes, Jack. “Towards a Theory of the Fairy-Tale Film: The Case of Pinocchio” The Lion and the Unicorn 20 (1996): 1-24.

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