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The Generic Decorum of the Burlesque Kunstmarchen: E. Nesbit’s “The Magician’s Heart”
“The formal features of folktale may sometimes be found elaborated in that part of the ‘literature of art’ which works with folk literature, while other features may generically differentiate the two. This article suggests a preliminary series of questions to aid generic description of a Kunstmarchen, an art-fairytale. E. Nesbit’s ‘The Magician’s Heart’ exemplifies the typical features, the ‘generic decorum,’ of the burlesque variety of the Kunstmarchen, which has a long literary tradition of mocking Marchen material and diffusing Marchen economy.”
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Sanjay Sircar
From: Folklore 1999

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