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  1. This funny little yellow book has eight Japanese fairy tales in it. Like it says, I guess. When I saw it, I was like man I know a lot about European fairy tales, but nothin about fairy tales anywhere else really, so I bought it. And it was friggin rad, but it made me want to read more to have a context for it, because, while it is awesome to see a crab be a crab in a story, but illustrated as a crab head with a person body, I don't really know what to do with that contradiction. Y'know, in my br [...]

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