Comparing the Original Versions of Grimms' Fairy Tales with Modified American Versions
Kassner, Dela Karen
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In this paper I wish to show the different types of changes that have been made in American versions of Grimms' Fairy Tales, propose reasons behind them, and evaluate the necessity and effect of these changes.
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