A very early fairy tale by Andersen, "The Tallow Candle" (...), was discovered in a Danish archive in October 2012.
Charles Kingsley's "The Water-Babies, A Fairy Tale for a Land Baby" includes a great auk telling the tale of the extinction of its species.
As noted above, superhero movies and fairy tale films might each be considered subgenres of fantasy films, although most would classify them as altogether separate movie genres.
The fairy tale Snow White is now offered in multiple media forms for both children and adults, including a television show and video game.
The classic fairy tale "Sleeping Beauty" is partly inspired by Eris's role in the wedding of Peleus and Thetis.
Inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale, it was created by Edvard Eriksen and unveiled in 1913.
That same year she played the role of Callie in Philip Ridley's dark adult fairy tale "The Passion of Darkly Noon".
A large medieval tapestry unified the fairly simple stage design and underscored Latham's fairy-tale inspired direction.
Guy Willoughby in his Art and Christhood asserts that the blossoming staff of the eponymous Young King in Oscar Wilde's fairy tale evokes that of Tannhäuser.
Mary, having given up on true love, insists that life is not a fairy tale and marrying Massimo is the right thing to do, but realizes he is not the one for her and leaves.
The events of Ragnarok are dramatized, albeit briefly, in Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale "The Marsh King's Daughter".
In the Spanish fairy tale The Sprig of Rosemary, the heroine touches the hero with the title rosemary in order to restore his magically lost memory.
Johnson defended the novel from the criticism that it has an unrealistic fairy-tale quality.
Fairy tales occur both in oral and in literary form; the name "fairy tale" ("conte de fées" in French) was first ascribed to them by Madame d'Aulnoy in the late 17th century.
Note the Grimm fairy-tale ("The Water of Life") and the Russian dichotomy of [...] and [...].
Each game draws its inspiration from a different culture and mythology: (in order, Germanic/fairy tale; Middle Eastern/Arabian Nights; Egyptian/African; Slavic folklore; and finally Greco-Mediterranean) with the hero facing increasingly powerful opponents with help from characters who become more familiar from game to game.
The show is a spin-off of "ALF: The Animated Series" which featured characters from that series playing various characters from fairy tales.
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