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FAIRY TALES WITH A FREUDIAN FLAIR by S. JOAN POPEK

Summary

Many fairy tale creatures are misunderstood and stereotyped as bad guys. Hey, they're not all bad. Take Ogres for instance, they have problems just like anybody else. Ogres need love too, you know.

These mature fairy tales tell "the rest of the story." Find out why the Pied Piper had such a problem with kids. Were Hansel and Gretel juvenile serial killers? Did Red Riding Hood have a wolf fetish? Find out this and more in FAIRY TALES WITH A FREUDIAN FLAIR: A Collection of frivolous fallacies. This is a hilarious collection of ten short stories that will make you never look at fairy tales and nursery rhymes the same way again. It's a rollicking romp through the demented mind of S. Joan Popek.

Hint: Don't skip the Introduction. Some say the Introduction is the best part. But you can be the judge...and jury...and...gulp...executioner.

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Fairy Tales With a Freudian Flair
by S. Joan Popek

Atlantic Bridge Publishing
August 1, 2003
ISBN #1931761638
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