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And the Prince Turned into a Peasant and Lived Happily Ever After

Perry Nodelman

A review of Jack Zipes' Breaking the Magic Spell. For a radical theoretician like Jack Zipes, fairy tales have to be worthwhile; they represent\" the collective, active participation of the people,\" and the people know best. But fairy tales are fantasy, and radical theoreticians usually consider fantasy an escapist diversion from the necessary consideration of things as they are.

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