Debating Disney

Author: Douglas Brode
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1442266090
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Vanessa Joosen, Critical and Creative Perspectives on Fairy Tales (Detroit:
Wayne State University Press, 2011), 92. 14. Haase, “Feminist Fairy-Tale
Scholarship,” 3. 15. Laura Mulvey, “Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema,”
Screen 16, no. 3 (1975): 6–18. 16. Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont, “Beauty
and the Beast,” in Beauties, Beasts and Enchantment: Classic French Fairy Tales
, ed. and trans. Jack Zipes (New York: New American Library), 233–45. First
published 1756. 17.

Beyond Adaptation

Author: Phyllis Frus
Publisher: McFarland
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The Ashgate Encyclopedia Of Literary And Cinematic Monsters

Author: Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock
Publisher: Routledge
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“Romancing the Plot: The Real Beast of Disney's Beauty and the Beast.”
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Beauty And The Beast

Author: Maria Tatar
Publisher: Penguin
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the Beast.

The Fictional 100

Author: Lucy Pollard-Gott
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Madame de Beaumont distilled the tale from a novel by Madame Gabrielle de
Villeneuve (1740). 4. Bruno Bettelheim, The Uses of Enchantment (New York:
Random House, 1975), p. 308. 5. Maria Tatar, OffWith Their Heads! Fairy Tales
and the Culture of Childhood (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1992), p.
141. 6. See Hearne, Beauties and Beasts, p. 160, on Disney; Hearne, Beauty and
the Beast:Visions and Revisions of an Old Tale, on Beauty's journey toward
mature ...

Tales Then And Now

Author: Anna E. Altmann
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The Beast is really the central character in that he is pivotal to all the events of the
plot, and therefore changes in the development of the Beast affect the story most
strongly, as the Disney film demonstrates. In all the versions Hearne studied, the
Beast ... The time in the forest (the Beast's castle is reached through a forest) is "
time for transformation" (42) in which Beauty can contact "repressed forces"
within herself and find her "inner truth" (43). She is attracted by the caring and
nurturing ...

Postmodern Fairy Tales

Author: Cristina Bacchilega
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
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The translated tale is in Zipes, Beauties, Beasts. ... Catherine Bernard's version of
“Riquet à la Houppe” (“Riquet with the Tuft” in Zipes, Beauties, Beasts 95–100),
who is the bête in the end? ... Another popular contemporary version of “Beauty
and the Beast,” Disney's 1990 film emerges from a similar pseudo-feminist stand
and is "packaged” as a commodity—with its accompanying video-tapes,
Halloween costumes, posters, clips and cups—which reinforces an unhistorical
romantic ...

The Classic Fairy Tales Second Edition Norton Critical Editions

Author: Maria Tatar
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
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Human beings, as it turns out, are the real beasts. The profound shift in cultural
values registered in Carter's “Tiger's Bride” and Scieszka's Frog Prince,
Continued also finds expression in the Disney Studio version of Beauty and the
Beast. The true villain in this cinematic tale is Gaston (Beast's rival for Belle), a
man who endorses the rigid, selfdestructive logic of Western civilization and
sanctions ecological depredation. Disney's Beast, virile yet sensitive, remains
attuned to nature and ...

The Golden Age Of Folk And Fairy Tales

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The French writers played a significant role in popularizing the tale types,
especially Mme d'Aulnoy, who was evidently familiar with different types of beast/
bridegroom folk tales and was literally obsessed by the story of Psyche and
Cupid, reworking or mentioning it in several fairy tales. By the time the ... the tale
types 425 and 425A in the twentieth century are Jean Cocteau's Beauty and the
Beast (La Belle et la Bête, 1946) and Walt Disney Corporation's Beauty and the
Beast (1991).

Marvelous Geometry

Author: Jessica Tiffin
Publisher: Wayne State University Press
ISBN: 9780814335727
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Fairy-tale animals encapsulate, even in their most classic forms, the beguiling
combination of the animalistic and the civilized; they are at once powerful and
urbane, figures of transgressive eroticism redeemed by the trappings of intellect (
speech) and the excuse of magical transformation. It is no accident that magical
beasts are the focus of the repeated tales in Carter's collection: two versions of “
Beauty and the Beast” and three wolf-tales, in addition to the joyous
appropriation of the ...