Unravelling the Sexual Mystique of Sleeping Beauty

This is reblogged via Folklore Thursday.

Sleeping Beauty has an allure that is undeniable. Her story has retained a place in our traditions. Time has reshaped her dilemma and salvation.

Source: Unravelling the Sexual Mystique of Sleeping Beauty

3 Comments on “Unravelling the Sexual Mystique of Sleeping Beauty

  1. I enjoyed your article very much and added a link on my blog (this week’s blog post) which is dedicated to Pamela L. Travers the author of Mary Poppins. In her seventies, Pamela L. Travers wrote “About the Sleeping Beauty”, a book separated in two parts. One is her own retelling of the Grimm’s Sleeping Beauty fairy tale (expanded throughout 45 pages) and the second part is a study of the origins of the fairy tale. I thought this information might be interesting to you. If you have a spare moment, here is the link to my blog: themarypoppinseffect.com. I would be more than happy to hear your thoughts on the subject.

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