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A story which depicts a fantastic sequence of events. Often, fairy tales include creatures from folklore such as goblins, [[WickedWitch witches]], and dragons. Fairy tales usually take place "{{once upon a time}}", with few (if any) references to real people, places or events.

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A story which depicts a fantastic sequence of events. Often, fairy tales include creatures from folklore such as goblins, [[WickedWitch witches]], and dragons. Fairy tales usually take place "{{once upon a time}}", with few (if any) references to real people, places or events.
events. The term "fairy" in this case is not a reference to the creatures now called fairies, but to the word's original meaning, the "faery"; the "place of the fae" (cf "nunnery", "rookery"). Originally meant to refer to the otherworlds where fairy beings like the elves and the sidhe live, it eventually took on a more generic meaning as "land of magic".
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