By Robert Walser
Fairy stories gathers the novel verse dramolettes of the Swiss author Robert Walser. Narrated in Walser's inimitable, playful language, those theatrical items overturn conventional notions of the fairy story, reworking the Brothers Grimm into metatheater, even metareflections.
Snow White forgives the evil queen for attempting to kill her, Cinderella doubts her prince and enjoys being hated by way of her evil stepsisters; the Fairy story itself is a personality who encourages her to stick in the confines of the tale. slumbering good looks, the royal kinfolk, and its retainers are usually not chuffed approximately being woken from their sleep through an absurd, unpretentious, Walser-like hero. Mary and Joseph are greatly surprised through what lies in shop for his or her child Jesus.
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