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SurLaLune Fairy Tales: Illustrations of Girl Without Hands

The Armless Maiden by Midori Snyder Appalachian Tales of Strong Women: "The Girl Without Any Hands" by Tina L. Hanlon (Applit)

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You can find in the the anthology The Armless Maiden (and Other Tales for Childhood's Survivors). The book is out of print, but used copies are easy to locate via abe.com, powells.com, or amazon.com. Elizabeth Leigh Registered User (2/20/06 3:18 pm) Re: Fairy Tales and disabilities

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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 ...

SurLaLune Fairy Tales: Modern Interpretations of Hansel and ...

The Armless Maiden and Other Tales for Childhood's Survivors. Terri Windling, ed. New York: Tor Books, 1995. Amazon.com: Buy the book in hardcover or paperback.

SurLaLune Fairy Tales: Fairy Tale Quotations

The Armless Maiden 1995 "And then in the 1970s Angela Carter said she had gone back to writing fairy tales because she learned to love reading from them, not from highly serious novels.

SurLaLune Fairy Tales: Modern Interpretations of Brother and ...

But as Rory soon learns, fairy tales are very real—and she is destined to star in one of her own. This first installment of The Ever Afters series reimagines classic fairy tale characters in a modern context, merging familiar fantasy with the everyday realities of middle-grade existence.

SurLaLune Fairy Tales: Modern Interpretations of Cinderella

The Armless Maiden. Terri Windling, ed. New York: Tor Books, 1995. Amazon.com: Buy the book in hardcover or paperback. SHORT STORY. Lee, Tanith. "The Reason for Not ...

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making sense of suffering stories Thanks Terri. I've been working on making mythology and the hero's journey more accessible for my psychotherapy clients, and and an essential part of that is finding some deep stories that can help put them on a heroic path in regards to the suffering they've experienced, rather than being trapped internally by ...

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I also address some of those issues as I discuss the Armless Maiden narrative in the Winter Issue of Endicott. I was interested in the way that particular narrative seems to speak to women of all ages--but with a different emphasis.

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In Armless Maiden the brother and sister vow never to part once their parents have died. They remain in a closed and static state. The fantastic introduces a wedge between them, which encourages the brother to regard his sister as a murderer.

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