LITERARY CRITICISM: Fairy Tales, Folk Tales, Legends & Mythology

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Cover: Plato and the Mythic Tradition in Political ThoughtPlato and the Mythic Tradition in Political ThoughtKeum, Tae-YeounHARDCOVER12/08/2020$39.95
Cover: The Fairest of Them All: Snow White and 21 Tales of Mothers and DaughtersThe Fairest of Them All: Snow White and 21 Tales of Mothers and DaughtersTatar, MariaHARDCOVER04/07/2020$27.95
Cover: Spenserian MomentsSpenserian MomentsTeskey, GordonHARDCOVER12/17/2019$47.00
Cover: The Singer of Tales: Third EditionThe Singer of Tales: Third EditionLord, Albert B.
Elmer, David F.
PAPERBACK04/02/2019$24.50
Cover: Old Norse Mythology—Comparative PerspectivesOld Norse Mythology—Comparative PerspectivesHermann, Pernille
Mitchell, Stephen A.
Schjødt, Jens Peter
Rose, Amber J.
PAPERBACK01/15/2018$29.95
Cover: Equine PoeticsEquine PoeticsPlatte, RyanPAPERBACK05/29/2017$19.95
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