If family violence is one of the issues you're looking at, you might also be interested in The Armless Maiden and Other Tales for Childhood's Survivors which I edited for Tor Books (1995). The book is out of print now, but used copies are pretty easy to find -- on Amazon.com or on used book sites like abe.com.
Things like the "Armless Maiden" anthology simply would not have been understood 100 years ago. (I only read this a few months ago, by the way. It's very mixed, and sometimes very hard reading - but I think anyone would find some beautiful things in there and as a whole it's an important piece of work, precisely because it's the sort of thing that strengthens (2).
There's so much good stuff from Tim Pratt's great story to all the art and artists this issue (the ex-voto sculptures from Brazil in the Crossroads sections to Jeanie Tomanek's illustrations in the Armless Maiden piece).
"That is the beginning of Cassie's own real-life fairy tale, one that sends her on an unbelievable journey across the brutal Arctic, through the Canadian boreal forest, and on the back of the North Wind to the land east of the sun and west of the moon.
The Armless Maiden. Terri Windling, ed. New York: Tor Books, 1995. Amazon.com: Buy the book in hardcover or paperback. Also available in: Windling, Terri. "Brother and Sister." The Poets' Grimm: 20th Century Poems from Grimm Fairy Tales. Jeanne Marie Beaumont and Claudia Carlson, editors.
The story of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and its themes have appeared in literature and other forms of art. This page provides a small discussion of some of the better known treatments by authors and other artists.
These volumes contain some of the earliest versions of literary fairy tales, such as Costantino Fortunato (like Puss in Boots) and Biancabella and the Snake (like Girl Without Hands/Armless Maiden). The Facetious Nights has been translated in its entirety into English only once by E. G. Waters in 1890.