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P. L. Travers ponders the meanings that lie behind the various versions of the Sleeping Beauty fairytale.

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    y separately published work icon About the Sleeping Beauty P. L. Travers (editor), New York (City) : McGraw-Hill , 1975 Z1110025 1975 anthology children's fiction essay children's fable 'Five versions of the sleeping beauty tale are accompanied by the author's own version and an essay on the meaning of fairy tales, The Sleeping Beauty in particular.' (p.iv) The five versions (from Germany, France, Italy, Ireland and Bengal) appear on pages 67-111. Travers's version appears on pages 3-45; the essay (not written for children) follows on pages 47-62. New York (City) : McGraw-Hill , 1975 pg. 47-62
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