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Download pdf Full Screen View. Skip to main content. Summary Full Description. Date Issued: Summary: The well-known Grimms' fairy tale "Sleeping Beauty" forms the subtext of two recent literary works, Rosario Ferre's novella "La bella durmiente" and Margaret Atwood's short story "Bluebeard's Egg"

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Download pdf Full Screen View. Skip to main content. Summary Full Description. Date Issued: Summary: The well-known Grimms' fairy tale "Sleeping Beauty" forms the subtext of two recent literary works, Rosario Ferre's novella "La bella durmiente" and Margaret Atwood's short story "Bluebeard's Egg" Both contemporary authors suggest that certain negative aspects inherent in the Sleeping Beauty paradigm should not persist in women's literature, unless the texts lead to transformation and self-realization of the heroines.

This study demonstrates how the authors expose the fallacy in the paradigm, depart from it, and refigure it by transforming their heroines into characters quite distinct from the Grimm prototype. This study also suggests that Ferre's and Atwood's works serve as prototypes for feminine texts.

As the characters distance themselves from hegemonic patriarchal traditions, each author's work is also removed from the referent of masculine literary traditions and returned to its origins, the oral tale. Smith, Bonnie Lynne.

The well-known Grimms' fairy tale "Sleeping Beauty" forms the subtext of two recent literary works, Rosario Ferre's novella "La bella durmiente" and Margaret Atwood's short story "Bluebeard's Egg" Dorothy F. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.

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Bryan T. In the process, they call into question both the masculine underpinnings of the aesthetics they engage of naturalism and the fantastic and the authority of various male figures doctors, priests, fathers and husbands who consider control over women's bodies their natural right. I n Over Her Dead Body : Death, Femininity, and the Aesthetic , Elisabeth Bronfen notes that women writers face a dilemma when they attempt to call into question male authors' continual — even obsessive — representation of dead females: in order to critique this practice, they have to depict a woman's death. Such narratives, she says, represent the topos and trope of feminine death differently […] remain[ing] uncannily between a disavowal and an affirmation of the dominant image repertoire; hovering between cultural complicity and critique. To investigate women's appropriation of the fantastic is not to search for an autonomous female voice, realm or language.

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