In Search of Cupid and Psyche:
Myth and Legend in Children's Literature
CUPID AND PSYCHE
The text for this section of In Search of Cupid and Psyche is Rose Daughter,
by Robin McKinley.
Some reviews of Rose Daughter
Vandergrift's Feminist Page, created by Kay Vandergrift.
Rosemary Lake's 'fairy-tales' with a feminist philosophy.
Feminist Folktales and Fairy Tales
Feminist Fairy Tale Sites and other sites of interest
Beauty and the Beast : Christina Rossetti, Walter Pater, R.L.
Stevenson and their contemporaries. Edited by Peter Liebregts and
Wim Tigges. Amsterdam ; Atlanta, GA: Rodopi, 1996.
Beauties and Beasts [collected] by Betsy Hearne;
illustrated by Joanne Caroselli. Phoenix, AZ : Oryx Press, 1993.
Presents several versions
of "Beauty and the Beast" and "Cupid and Psyche," and provides
several tales that reverse traditional gender roles. Includes
commentary on each tale, activities, bibliographies, and a list
Hearne, Betsy. Beauty and The Beast : Visions and Revisions of an
Old Tale; with an essay by Larry DeVries. Chicago:
University of Chicago Press, 1989.
Adams, Jeff. The Conspiracy of The Text : The Place of Narrative In The
Development of Thought.London ; New York: Routledge & K. Paul, 1986.
Pratt, Annis. Dancing With Goddesses: Archetypes, Poetry, and
Indiana: Indiana University Press, 1994.