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Andersen's Fairy Tales

Andersen's Fairy Tales

  

by Andersen, Hans Christian

Andersen's Fairy Tales Foreignness and "The Other" Quotes

How we cite our quotes: (Tale Title.Paragraph)

Quote #10

"I think he is Jewish," said some. "He looks so dark." "He could just as well be an Italian or a Spaniard," said the minister.

Again with the dark skin = foreign and "exotic" bit. Yawn.

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