Hipersensibilidad femenina, relato folklórico y literatura infantil: 'La princesa y el guisante' (ATU 704)
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Bataller Català, Alexandre Perfil
This document is a artículoDate2016

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In this article, two variants of the folktale ATU 704. «The Princess and the Pea» are analyzed. The first, literaturized by H. C. Andersen in 1835, which is located within the canon of the best known and disseminated stories with multiple variants and versions. The second, the legend of the «Delicate from Gandía» known through oral transmission, with variants and various recreations within the Valencian context. In both cases, hypersensitivity associated with women has led in recent times to movements of avoidance and rejection or, by contrast, of integration. This can be seen either in the form of critical reinterpretations, which give an interpretive spin on the values implicit in the narrative, or through literary adaptations with ironic and transgressive tone, realized by social groups that claim identification and self-affirmation based on the legendary reference.

    Bataller Català, Alexandre 2016 Hipersensibilidad femenina, relato folklórico y literatura infantil: 'La princesa y el guisante' (ATU 704) Miríada Hispánica 13 99 114

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