Cathleen Nesbitt - Cockie Lockie, Henny Penny And Mr. Korbes The Fox mp3. B2. Cathleen Nesbitt - Biggoon And The Little Duck mp3. B3. Cathleen Nesbitt - Baba Yaga mp3. mp3 Player. Music video: Watch now Cathleen Nesbitt's video clip of album "Puss In Boots And Other Fairy Tales From Around The World".
The first section is the Puss-In-Boots tales, which are not all cats. We have jackals, foxes, lions, and gazelles. Whittington's Cat, how it can't be remotely historical, and variants more fairy tale like than legendary.
A2. Saturday, Sunday, Monday. B1. Cockie Lockie, Henny Penny And Mr. Korbes The Fox. Biggoon And The Little Duck. Adapted By – Amabel Williams-Ellis. Read By – Cathleen Nesbitt.
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Puss in Boots – and Other Very Clever Cats. Our Book of the Month for January is Puss in Boots – and Other Very Clever Cats from our beloved Origins of Fairy Tales from Around the World Series. This series showcases the amazing breadth and diversity involved in folkloric storytelling. Puss in Boots is a tale known all over the world; re-adapted, appropriated and changed by many cultures. The plot centres around a cat (or in some cases a jackal, a gazelle, or even a fairy-in-disguise) that uses trickery and deceit to gain power, wealth, and the hand of a princess for his penniless and low-born master. It is unusual in folkloric storytelling, in that there is no obvious moral – with riches gained through double-dealing, rightful owners deprived of their lands, and innocent princesses given falsely in marriage.
Puss in Boots had told the local farmers and mowers that if anybody asked them, they should reply that the land they work on belonged to the Lord Marquis of Carabas, otherwise they would be chopped up like herbs. As the King rode through the land in his coach, he stopped and spoke to some of the people working the land, and they all told him that the land belonged to the Lord Marquis of Carabas. Puss in Boots’ plan had worked. The story of ‘Puss in Boots’, as this summary demonstrates, contains several classic features of fairy tales: the enterprising helper (Puss in Boots himself), the hero and the beautiful princess, and the ‘rags to riches’ story of a character from humble beginnings rising up to become part of the nobility. But like a number of classic fairy tales, ‘Puss in Boots’ existed before Perrault’s famous 1697 volume brought it to a wider readership.
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The 'Origins of Fairy Tales from around the World' series helps to answer this question, by showcasing the amazing breath and diversity involved in classic fairy tales. It focuses on the unusual phenomenon that the same tales, with only minor variations, appear again and again in different cultures – across time and geographical space. It includes an in-depth introduction to the fairy tale genre itself, as well as the folkloric provenance of the 'Puss in Boots' story. It encompasses 'Le Maître Chat' by Charles Perrault, Straparola's 'Constantino Fortunato', 'The Poor Miller's Boy and the Cat' by the Brothers Grimm, the Indian narrative of 'The Match-Making Jackal', the Scandinavian tale of 'Lord Peter' and Joseph Jacob's 'The Earl of Cattenborough'. What is a fairy tale?
|A1||Puss In Boots|
|A2||Saturday, Sunday, Monday|
|A3||The Hopi Turtle|
|B1||Cockie Lockie, Henny Penny And Mr. Korbes The Fox|
|B2||Biggoon And The Little Duck|