Hello. I am wondering if anyone knows the English fairy tale on which Coraline is based. There is a tale of an "Other Mother," I'm told, but I haven't been able to find the actual title or location of the text of this story. I'd really appreciate any help.
Neil's blog Jan 9th 2003
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I did a presentation on Neil Gaiman and Coraline for a college Children's lit class, and within his FAQ or his blog, or an interview, I found a quite in which he said that Coraline was more similar to Hansel and Gretel than it was to Alice in Wonderland. We analyzed that statement in class and found it to be very true.
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The first time I heard of Coraline was when ads for the movie came on TV. I rushed to see it at earliest opportunity, alarmed because not only had I had similar nightmares, of a sinister lookalike replacing our mother, for years as a child, so did both my sisters! One of my sisters is convinced this is extremely rare.
The only other time I came close to seeing a childhood nightmare portrayed on the movie screen was in the first or second Harry Potter film, with the moving staircases, although in my dreams it was more staircases being blocked or not connecting rather than moving. The scene appears only in the movie and not the book.
Strange to say, there are plenty of stories about changeling children, but not so many about parents. One amusing example was the episode of Quantum Leap titled "Another Mother."
I was horribly upset and provoked at myself on seeing Coraline, after which I also read the book, after all my childhood nightmares not to have thought of this myself. Even more weird was for years my mom would describe a fever dream she had as a child, then I saw the identical images on a car commercial which ran only a few times. This can't really be explained, unlike my sister having a nightmare I later saw in a Looney Toons cartoon. In that case she can at least have seen the cartoon and dreamed it happened to her. The commercial, I can't explain.This message has been edited. Last edited by: Cori,
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