Special Issues Series
Number 43 October 2017

Into the bush: Australasian fairy tales

Edited by Nike Sulway, Rebecca-Anne Do Rozario and Belinda Calderone



Rebecca-Anne Do Rozario, Nike Sulway and Belinda Calderone
Introduction: The state of play in Australian fairy tale: Where to now?

Daniel Baker
Facets of Eleanor

Sherryl Clark
The handkerchief of tears

Michelle De Stefani
Taming the Hobyahs: Adapting and re-visioning a British Tale in Australian literature and film

Rebecca-Anne Do Rozario and Lorena Carrington
Crafting Baba Yaga from the Australian landscape: An interview with Lorena Carrington

Robyn Floyd
Fairies in the bush: The emergence of a national identity in Australian fairy tales

Kate Forsyth
Retelling Rapunzel

Louisa John-Krol
Envoys to the empress

Louisa John-Krol
Fated intervention: Gracing, musing and the wishing well

Sophie Masson
A feather of Fenist the Falcon

Kirstyn McDermott
There is always a next witch: Creative intuition and collaborative female relationships in fairy tales

Catherine Snell
Of Education, the bush and other strange creatures: Environmental conservation in Australian fairy tales

Danielle Wood
Strategic, stylistic and notional intertextuality: Fairy tales in contemporary Australian fiction

Danielle Wood
The Blackaby Road


Kate Forsyth, The rebirth of Rapunzel: A mythic biography of the maiden in the tower
review by Belinda Calderone





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TEXT Special Issue No 43 Into the bush: Australasian fairy tales
October 2017
Editors: Nike Sulway, Rebecca-Anne Do Rozario and Belinda Calderone
TEXT Special Issues Editors: Dallas John Baker and Ross Watkins
General Editor: Nigel Krauth