Artemis Fowl Movies & Media Adaptations

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Most fiction about fairies is written for young readers and depicts fairies as kind, helpful characters. Trolls are also described as misunderstood, gentle creatures. Some fiction describes fairies kidnapping humans instead of humans abducting fairies. For example, in Terri Windling's The Changeling (1995), a brother rescues his sister from fairies, and in Perry Nodelman's The Same Place but Different (1995) and A Completely Different Place (1997) tells how John Nesbit saves his sister and children who have been kidnapped by fairies. Reminiscent of the period when humans and the People intermixed, Eloise McGraw's The Moorchild (1996) focuses on a changeling who is not entirely a human or fairy as she seeks her identity.

Early twenty-first century authors depict fairies as having civil strife. In Mary E. Lyons's Knockabeg: A Famine Tale (2001), fairies from Knockabeg fight with other...

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