What is a fairy tale and what kinds of fairy tales are there?
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Answered on December 28, 2014 21:32
A fairy tale is a genre of literary creativity, a work with an installation on fiction. There are folk tales that were written by the people, for example, Russian folk. There are author tales - such tales are written by a certain author. If we consider the classical classification of fairy tales, we can distinguish the following: 1. Tales of animals are tales in which different animals act as heroes. An example is various Russian folk tales with animals, for example, "The Fox and the Wolf", etc. 2. Fairy tales are fairy tales where magic items are used, where good defeats evil, well-known characters take part in such tales (Vasilisa, Helen the Beautiful, Ivan the Fool, Kashchey, etc.). An example is all the tales with these characters. 3. Satirical, domestic fairy tales - in such fairy tales the emphasis is placed on the social status of the characters, various vices of society are mocked, etc. For example, the Saltykov-Shchedrin fairy tales.