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The Goldfish and Little Red Riding Hood: Characters and their Combinations in Fairy Tale Jokes and Parodies

Modern Anti-Fairy Tales. – Tradition and Innovation in Folk Literature . Hanover, NH: University Press of New England, 1–44. Mieder Wolfgang. 1993. Fairy-Tale Allusions in Modern German Aphorisms. – The Reception of Grimms’ Fairy Tales: Responses, Reactions, Revisions , edited by Donald Haase. Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press, 149–166. DOI: . Olrik, Axel. 1992. Principles for Oral Narrative Research. Folklore studies in translation , translated by Kirsten Wolf and Jody Jensen. Bloomington, IN

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Curators With and Without Collections : A Comparative Study of Changes in the Curator’s Work at National Museums in Finland and in the Baltic States

References Aljas, Agnes. 2015. Motivations for participating in museums’ interventions. - Media Transformations 11, edited by Auksė Balcytiene, Peter Gross and Aušra Vinciuniene. Kaunas: Vytautas Magnus University, 84−105. Aljas, Agnes. 2017. Participation in the museum: diverse audiences and their motivations at the Estonian National Museum. - Museums and Innovation, edited by Zvjezdana Antos, Annette B. Fromm and Viv Golding. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 147−162. Boylan, Patrick J., ed. 2004

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