In which version of "Snow White" is her name really "Lips Red as Blood, Hair Black as Ebony, Skin White as Snow"?
Are there any recorded discrepancies between The Odyssey as oral tradition and The Odyssey as Homer transcribed it?
If I find a book by Nietzsche, how do I know if it's Friedrich's original work, and not work that was edited by his nazi sister, Elisabeth?
What texts are the sources for the difference between "sometime were" and "some time are" in Shakespeare's Julius Caesar?
Does this edit in The Magician's Nephew (from "had her bathe" to "had her bath") fundamentally change the meaning of the sentence?
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