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Issue Details: First known date: 2015... 2015 Affective Strategies, Emotion Schemas, and Empathic Endings : Selkie Girls and a Critical Odyssey
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Stephens' discusses retellings of selkie stories and folktales, focussing on scripts (or metanarrative strutures) and female characters. The paper looks at four works that interrogative the folktale pre-text: The Selkie Girl (Cooper and Hutton), The Seal Mother (Gerstein), Two Selkie Stories from Scotland (Forsyth), and Sea Hearts (Lanagan). 

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