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This article provides a critical examination of Pauline Greenhill's monograph, Reality, Magic, and Other Lies: Fairy-Tale Film Truths (2020) and situates it within her larger body of scholarship. The title reflects the contradictory nature of fairy tales, which often contain moral and social truths beneath their fictional surfaces. Though related to her previous work, this book represents a departure from her earlier collections. Here, she provides close readings of various films, employing adoi:10.32798/dlk.889 fatcat:pr25mukvfzcsfl74hl3iw7bcny