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BROWSE PRINCETON'S SERIES (by title) in Oddly Modern Fairy Tales

Jack Zipes, Series Editor

Oddly Modern Fairy Tales is a series dedicated to publishing unusual literary fairy tales produced mainly during the first half of the twentieth century. International in scope, the series includes new translations, surprising and unexpected tales by well-known writers and artists, and uncanny stories by gifted yet neglected authors. Postmodern before their time, the tales in Oddly Modern Fairy Tales transformed the genre and still strike a chord.

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bookjacketThe Cloak of Dreams:
Chinese Fairy Tales
Béla Balázs - Edited and translated by: Jack Zipes - Illustrated by: Mariette Lydes

bookjacketThe Fairies Return:
Or, New Tales for Old
Edited by: Maria Tatar - Compiled by: Peter Davies

bookjacketFairy Tales for the Disillusioned:
Enchanted Stories from the French Decadent Tradition
Edited by: Gretchen Schultz, Lewis Seifert

bookjacketThe Fourth Pig
Naomi Mitchison - Introduction by: Marina Warner

bookjacketLucky Hans and Other Merz Fairy Tales
Kurt Schwitters - Translated by: Jack Zipes - Illustrated by: Irvine Peacock - Introduction by: Jack Zipes

bookjacketTold Again:
Old Tales Told Again
Walter De La Mare - Illustrated by: A.H. Watson - Introduction by: Philip Pullman

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