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The Sailor-Boy's Tale Movies & Media Adaptations

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Media Adaptations

The audiotape Out of Africa features Wanda Caddon reading from Dinesen's memoirs. It was recorded by Books on Tape in 1983.

The audiotape An Isak Dinesen Feast features excerpts from Dinesen's memoirs and several of her stories read by the author. It was recorded by Audio Partners in 1985.

The audiotape Isak Dinesen Herself Telling Two Stories features the stories "The King's Letter," and "The Wine of the Tetrach." It was released by Audio Partners in 1988.

The audiotape Isak Dinesen features biographical information on Dinesen, written and read by Judith Thurman. It was recorded by Recorded Books in 1997.

Sunniva, who is some kind of witch or sorceress, serves as the supernatural element in this otherwise realist tale. It is her character that most clearly renders the story in the category of a fairy tale.

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