Jack Zipes

Standard Name: Zipes, Jack


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Anthologization Evelyn Sharp
Angela V. John calls Dearmer's vivid colour plates and jackets for this and All the Way to Fairylandstunning.
John, Angela V. Evelyn Sharp: Rebel Woman, 1869–1955. Manchester University Press, 2009.
Round the World to Wympland followed in 1902, containing both The Candy Witch and...
Literary responses Evelyn Sharp
In the early twenty-first century A. S. Byatt discovered ES when, working on her novel The Children's Book, she asked scholar Jack Zipes for links between fairy stories and turn-of-the-century socialism and he mentioned Sharp.
Byatt, A. S. “Freedom won’t wait”. guardian.co.uk.
politics Marie-Catherine d' Aulnoy
Fairy-tale scholar Jack Zipes writes that although she was an aristocrat and has no appearance of being a rebel, she had been in some difficulty in King Louis XIV 's court,
Zipes, Jack. “The Origins of the Fairy Tale for Children or, How Script was Used To Tame the Beast in Us”. Children and Their Books: A Celebration of the Work of Iona and Peter Opie, edited by Gillian Avery and Julia Briggs, Clarendon Press, 1989, pp. 119 - 34.
and promulgated in...
Publishing Angela Carter
AC 's work outside fiction includes several translated editions of fairy tales: The Fairy Tales of Charles Perrault with her foreword (1977), and Sleeping Beauty and Other Favourite Fairy Tales (1982). Her Perrault translation, originally...
Textual Features Marie-Catherine d' Aulnoy
In recent years MCA has attracted comment for her travel writing, her scandal fiction, and particularly her fairy-tales. It was she, writes Jack Zipes , who initiated changes in the literary fairy tale as an...


December 1812
The first volume appeared in German of the folk tales collected by the brothers Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm ; volume two followed in 1816.