- Title Pages
- List of Figures
- Preface Legacies and Cultural Heritage
- Introduction The Vibrant Body of the Grimms’ Folk and Fairy Tales, Which Do Not Belong to the Grimms
- Chapter One <i>German Popular Stories</i> as Revolutionary Book
- Chapter Two Hyping the Grimms’ Fairy Tales
- Chapter Three Americanization of the Grimms’ Folk and Fairy Tales: Twists and Turns of History
- Chapter Four Two Hundred Years after Once Upon a Time: The Legacy of the Brothers Grimm and Their Tales in Germany
- Chapter Five How Superheroes Made Their Way into the World of Fairy Tales: The Appeal of Cooperation and Collective Action from the Greek Myths to the Grimms’ Tales and Beyond
- Chapter Six The Grimmness of Contemporary Fairy Tales: Exploring the Legacy of the Brothers Grimm in the Twenty-First Century
- Epilogue A Curious Legacy: Ernst Bloch’s Enlightened View of the Fairy Tale and Utopian Longing, or Why the Grimms’ Tales Will Always Be Relevant
- Appendix: “About Pincaruolo’s Good Feat,” by Giovanni Sercambi
- Grimm Legacies
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