The use of superstitions in English fairy tales
Keywords:fairy tales, superstitions use in fairy tales, supernatural power, omens, mystery, narratives, natural or social phenomena, evil spirits
This article deals with the use of superstitions in fairy tales, the reason, the topicality of their use in folklore. The present article is devoted to an actual theme of linguaculturology - the use of superstitions and their influence on people. More attention is paid to the comparative pragmatic analysis of superstitions in two literary works.
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