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10 thoughts on “Ride on Rapunzel (Fairytales for Feminists)

  1. says:

    This book is witty and entertaining Clever twists on our most beloved fairytales.


  2. says:

    Short stories fill this slim volume, bringing us a retelling from the woman s point of view of all those fairytales You didn t think Jack climbed the beanstalk did you No, that was his small business minded mother, who assesses the giant s assets and makes off with the hen that lays golden eggs and the self playing harp, while telling her son that you have to speculate to accumulate Snow White over gets a few outings in one we see the reported findings of a court case in which seven men are held to have kept a young woman in miserable work conditions without pay, while in the other she organises the mine workers into a union and negotiates better terms for them with the prince who owns the mine Interestingly the iconic Irish legend of the Children of Lir is told with the stepmother not being the villainess she wishes to save the four children from their overprotective and ultimately abusive father I found this unconvincing but at least it was a good try.The telling is brisk in most tales and little flavour of the individual author emerges My favourite was a Cinderella tale where the bookish sister notices how the castle is being fleeced by the chamberlain and tells the king how to make economies, while ignoring the wistful prince This book is a fun read and it does make us think about the old stories being the product of medieval attitudes.


  3. says:

    Very good funny, enjoyable and truthful It s a wry piece of work and a quick read.


  4. says:

    Some authors write about gender and the sexes with humor, humanity and insight However, I felt pushed away and turned off reading most of this collection.


  5. says:

    Laugh out loud funny.


  6. says:

    Collection of kick ass fairy tales usually with Prince Charming s ass getting kicked by the heroines of the tales Ride on, indeed.


  7. says:

    Some of the stories were good, some not so much They were nice to have read to me before bed Many were not kid appropriate though.