"That's No Way to Treat a Fairy"

Title"That's No Way to Treat a Fairy"
Year for Search1980
AuthorsFitzgerald, Luchia
Secondary TitleCrystal Crone (London)
Volume / Editionno. 1
Pagination11-17
Date Published1980
KeywordsEnglish author, Female author, Irish author
Annotation

Eutopia. The Leprechauns ruled the small people enslaving some their own people, the workers, and the fairies, and the women were treated worst of all. A women’s revolution brings about communities of mixed men and women, all men, and all women, which is presented as a eutopia within the post-revolutionary eutopia.

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Author Note

The female author was born in Ireland and moved to London when she was sixteen.

Full Text

1980 Fitzgerald, Luchia. “That’s No Way to Treat a Fairy.” Crystal Crone (London), no. 1 (1980): 11-17. PSt

Eutopia. The Leprechauns ruled the small people enslaving some of their own people, the workers, and the fairies, and the women were treated worst of all. A women’s revolution brings about communities of mixed men and women, all men, and all women, which is presented as a eutopia within the post-revolutionary eutopia. The female author was born in Ireland and moved to London when she was sixteen.