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ta·lar

(tā'lăr),
Relating to the talus.

talar

(tā′lər)
adj. Anatomy
Of or relating to the talus or the ankle.

ta·lar

(tā'lăr)
Relating to the talus.

talar

(tā′lăr) [L. talaris, of the ankle]
Pert. to the talus, the ankle.
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Fairy tale writing in Slovenian is best contextualized with youth literature and this literary genre has taken off in the nineteenth century first via the establishment of the secular children's newspaper in 1848-50 entitled Vedez: casopis za mladost sploh pa tudi za odrasene proste ljudi (Vedez: Newspaper for Youth and Adults Alike) and via the literary magazine Vrtec: casopis s podobami za slovensko mladost (Kindergarten: Newspaper with Images for Slovenian Youth) 1871-1945.
Since a fairy tale circulates as a text that already exists in various versions, there is no "original" or single hypotext.
The Grimm's Fairy Tales are also said to be the most influential collections of folklore in the world.
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Barbara Stawicka-Pirecka's article on the Cuban writer Lydia Cabrera shows how the African-Cuban tale has absorbed African beliefs, magic and the marvellous.
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Thomas Hoccleve composed the poem that appears as Chaucer's Ploughman's Tale in Christ Church 152, yet Hoccleve makes no effort to present the poem as part of the Tales or as the work of Chaucer in Huntington Library HM MS 744 (fol.
Why Fairy Tales Stick: The Evolution and Relevance of a Genre.
Perrault remade popular style by keeping the structure of the stories and some typical phrases, and he created a sense of belonging with intellectuals and aristocrats by using precious vocabulary and respecting the requirements of the salon's fairy tale writing.
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In The Miller's Tale and The Reeve's Tale, the RSC literally plumb the depths of toilet humour with a series of juicy farts and an upturned barrel of human waste providing a successful slapstick element.