The Seven-Headed Fairy
Author: Ervin Lázár
Illustrator: Alexandra Grela
Editor: Dóra Csányi, Sándor Tsík
„The Seven-Headed Fairy is the eponymous tale from Ervin Lázár’s best-known collection. The tale manages powerfully to compress the values derived from the treasury of folk-tale motifs, while at the same time re-thinking familiar symbols. Here, it’s not the dragon that has seven heads, but the fairy from Wonderland; instead of an omniscient narrator obsessed with ’till death do us part, it’s the poor boy of the tale himself who regales us with the story of how he found his path. And at the end of that path, the goal is not to win the hand of some pretty princess, but to be freed of his own staggering ugliness.” Ádám Dávid— writer and editor at Móra publishers.
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