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Research into the nature of the landscapes in fairy-tales is not a new field. The representations of space in fairy-tales have been investigated in many studies from different perspectives. Nonetheless, there is still little research about domestic settings. This paper is an effort to fill this gap. In my essay, I will compare how domestic settings were represented in three collections of European fairy-tales: Lo cunto de li cunti overo lo trattenemiento de' peccerille by Giambattista Basiledoi:10.6092/issn.1825-8670/7518 fatcat:r6jh6nembvhdziankjz7lo74za