Escape to Fairyland

Posted October 2, 2017 11:56 pm by Steve Roney

Escape to Fairyland

Alert and properly educated readers will realize that, aside from hero legends, myths, tragic drama, and the Bible, the basic pattern of the Dymphna complex is well-represented in another great branch of literature.It is the motif of many fairy tales. It is almost in itself the essential fairy tale. Multiple tales collected in Scotland, France (Peau d’Ane), Germany (All-Kinds-of-Fur), and Italy (Doralice) even begin with the same motif of the king who wishes to “marry” his daughter, and her flight to escape.What are these fairy tales, and where do they come from?The source is usually said to be mysterious. It

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