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Question 1: ________ (Denmark, 1805 – 1875)
Harald ScharffCopenhagenHans Christian AndersenThe Emperor's New Clothes

Question 2: [80] Ward's article was heavily influenced by ________.
Fairy taleGeorge MacDonaldLewis CarrollC. S. Lewis

Question 3: [65] The moralizing strain in the Victorian era altered the classical tales to teach lessons, as when ________ rewrote Cinderella in 1854 to contain temperance themes.
James GillrayCharles DickensGeorge CruikshankBritish Museum

Question 4: [48] MacDonald incorporated fairytale motifs both in new literary fairy tales, such as The Light Princess, and in works of the genre that would become fantasy, as in The Princess and the Goblin or ________.

Question 5: ________ (India, 3rd century BCE)
Persian literaturePanchatantraIranLion

Question 6: World Tales (United Kingdom, 1979) by ________
Omar Ali-ShahSufismIdries ShahChishti Order

Question 7: [31] In the broader definition of the genre, the first famous Western fairy tales are those of ________ (6th century BC) in ancient Greece.

Question 8: Fairy tales have been enacted dramatically; records exist of this in commedia dell'arte,[82] and later in ________.
PantomimeSanta ClausChristmas lightsWhite Christmas

Question 9: In ________, fairy tales are used in the first grade as a central part of the curriculum.
Waldorf educationRudolf SteinerAnthroposophical medicineAnthroposophy

Question 10: Little Briar-Rose appears to stem from Perrault's ________, as the Grimms' tale appears to be the only independent German variant.
Grimm's Fairy TalesSnow WhiteSleeping BeautyCinderella


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