Language and Literature
The Barbershop and African American Hush Harbor Rhetoric
Examines the barbershop as a rhetorical site in African American culture across genres, including fiction, film, poetry, and theater.
The Red Issue #6
The Red Issue, the sixth issue of Fairy Tale Review, contains original fiction and poetry, as well as translations, inspired by the themes and motifs of "Little Red Riding Hood."
The Career of Israel Zangwill
Examines the fascinating and controversial career of Israel Zangwill—author, journalist, feminist, Zionist, and the first Jewish celebrity of the twentieth century.
The Selected Writings of Dudley Randall
Collects significant poetry, short stories, and essays by celebrated African American poet and publisher Dudley Randall.
The Aquamarine Issue #5
The Aquamarine Issue, the fifth issue of Fairy Tale Review, features fairy tale fiction and poetry with an oceanic theme.
Narrative Migrations between Judaism and Islam
Stories of Joseph details this historical interdependence that reveals much about common experiences and concerns of Jews and Muslims.
Language, Philology, and the Nation in Nineteenth-Century Germany
A comprehensive cultural history of the language sciences in nineteenth-century Germany.
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Life Histories of Female Holocaust Survivors from Hungary
A compassionate and insightful study of Hungarian women who lived through the Holocaust, with an appendix containing their complete stories.
The White Issue #4
The fourth issue of Fairy Tale Review, The White Issue features original fiction and poetry with fairy tale aesthetics.
Letters between Chester Himes and John A. Williams
A revealing collection of correspondence between Chester Himes and John A. Williams, two prominent twentieth-century African American novelists.
The Sephardic Folktale
A groundbreaking and comprehensive study of the Sephardic folktale as it relates to group identity and narrative culture.
The Violet Issue #3
The third issue of Fairy Tale Review, The Violet Issue focuses on fairy tales for adults--"almost-blue," as the color violet is often described.
The Green Issue #2
The second issue of Fairy Tale Review, The Green Issue is devoted to new fairy tales, with a special consideration for nature.
A comprehensive look at the customary differences between humor in Japan and the West, providing cultural examples and illustrative terminology in the original Japanese.
Alois Riegl and the Discourse on History and Temporality in Fin-de-Siècle Vienna
Expands our understanding of Alois Riegl beyond his role as an art historian to a pivotal figure in cultural theory at large, while placing his interest in history and time within the intellectual world of fin-de-siècle Vienna.
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Rhetoric, Language, and Literacy for the Hip Hop Generation
A critical work on the African American vernacular tradition and its expression in contemporary Hip hop.
Translator-Authors in the Age of Goethe
A new perspective on the principal developments in translation practice and theory in Germany during the Age of Goethe with emphasis on the work of Goethe, Hölderlin, and Kleist as translators.
The Blue Issue #1
The inaugural issue of Fairy Tale Review, The Blue Issue features original fiction and poetry with the aesthetics of fairy tales.
A New and Updated Edition
A collection of modern Hebrew poetry that presents the poems in the original Hebrew, with an English phonetic transcription.
Narratives of Tunisian-Israeli Women
A rich analysis of how four Tunisian-Israeli women tell the stories of their lives, and a look at the implications for our own understanding of stories and the behavior of communication.