Adventure stories (Children's/YA)
What we now know as classic tales are oral stories that have been passed down from generation to generation. It is not known exactly when they appeared, what we do know is that in 1600 Charles Perrault gave them a literary form, tempering, in many cases, the harshness of the oral versions to adapt them to the times. 200 years later, Hans Christian Andersen and the Grimm brothers (among others), would do the same by creating new stories and transforming those of Perrault to their time. Now, 200 years later, they are revised and updated again. This time, without princes or princesses, without stepmothers or witches. This time, they are the heroines and they don't need anyone to save them.