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Fairy Tales for Adults

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Fairy tales-reconceived and retold by renowned American authors! No longer need the appeal of these simple narratives be restricted to the narrow competence of immature minds. This trove of literary gems, only recently unearthed, will alter forever the common notion that the naive stories of Cinderella, Rapunzel and Rumpelstilskin are the exclusive province of children. ...more
Paperback, 210 pages
Published December 1st 2012 by Trafford Publishing
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Nov 03, 2014 S rated it really liked it
Fairy Tales for Adults is a enticing book filled with imaginative language and a brain teaser. Countless short stories are told in the styles of iconic american literature writers. Ewbank goes into dept with all his short stories and some show a resembles to old Fairy Tales in history. He tells these stories in a sophisticated sense not at all simple. The language used in these texts are old and can cause extra effort on the reader to gain a synopsis of what's happening, but its worth it. ...more
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