Fairy Tales

Book Review: More Unfairy Tales by T F Carthick

Book Review

More Unfairy Tales by T.F. Carthick My rating: 5 of 5 stars I loved the first volume of the retold fairy tales–Carthick’s Unfairy Tales. I loved it so much that reading this second volume was a given. I’m delighted to find that Carthick has written another winner, every bit as engaging as the first book. […]

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Book Review: T F. Carthick’s Unfairy Tales

Fairy tales are written for impressionable youngsters; Unfairy Tales are written for discerning adults. The values and perceptions of  the modern world are not the same as those of the times when the Perrault, Anderson and the Brothers Grimm penned down their stories. Today, their stories seem biased, bigoted and even regressive. Humans have learned […]

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Sunday Brunch (#3)

The theme this week seems to be: Be Yourself. There seems a kind of pattern in the reading I come across every week. There seems to be a common thread running through all my reading fare. I am surprised at the discovery. At the same time I am surprised at my surprise. What else did […]

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