nonfiction essays adventurous slow-paced

191 pages | first published 2007

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Despite the availability of several eloquent gender studies of fairy tales, a popular reference on men and fairy tales has so far been nonexistent. Brothers and Beasts offers a new perspective by allowing twenty-three male writers the chance to ex...
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