A survey of fables, folktales, and fairy tales. Readings may range from ancient to contemporary times. Our study will examine these works through additional media: examples may include film, cartoons, and music.
This guide will list resources to support student work in ENG 0255 Fables, Folktales and Fairy Tales.
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