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    considered as ‘unprincipled.’ This is evident within the film Cinderella when the prince’s father refers to the eligible maids at the ball as ‘suitable mothers.’ The Duke exclaims “Sir!” And the king utterly replies “I meant wife.” It is evident that the king’s priority in hosting this ball is not entirely about his son getting married; rather his son giving him grandchildren. Upon arrival at the ball, it is apparent how ‘beautiful’ Cinderella is— she turns the front gate guard’s heads and catches the

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    The book Cinderella by Kath Jewitt is going to be compared to Cinderella: or, The Little Glass Slipper by Charles Perrault. It will be compared to this Cinderella story instead of the others because they both have several similarities. Some of these similarities are that they have fairy godmothers, Cinderella’s father gets remarried, Cinderella loses her slipper, and they also have a happy ending. After reading Cinderella by Kath Jewitt it is an alternative text to Perrault’s story because even though

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    The general story of Cinderella is portrayed in many ways. There are over 700 versions worldwide which all express motifs differently (Behrens and Rosen 590). In “Cinderella” by Charles Perrault and the Native American version “Oochigeaskw-The Rough-Faced Girl,” the differences between the two stories relate to some of the motifs that are in many of the stories. The function of magic is used in different ways to enhance the stories and make them more interesting. The test in the stories is also a

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    I wish I would have known. One faithful day we got a letter, an invitation to the royal ball! Mother, Drizella and I were all very excited. Ella seemed so thrilled when Mother asked the seamstress for three dresses. That was until she told poor Cinderella that the third dress was not for her. The royal ball came quickly, and it was the day before the ball. Drizella and I were very excited and fighting about who’d win over the prince. At this ball, he would choose his queen

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    version of “The Little Glass Slipper,” and “Cinderella”, their themes were modified due to the changes in time, plot and societal norms. My agreement in the newer purpose of modified stories can be represented through the fairytale “Cinderella”.The fairytale originated from the story entitled, “The Little Glass Slipper,” which was written by Charles Perrault. This original tale was reformed through the Brother’s Grimm version otherwise known as “Cinderella”. When anaylizing both works, the reader

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    its characters. It is clear that “The Little Glass Slipper” published by Charles Perrault in 1697 and “Cinderella” published by Brothers Grimm in 1812, display the overall modification of the main idea. Within both tales these themes can be represented through the change in time, the overall plot and character development. The newer purpose of modified stories is demonstrated in “Cinderella”. The fairytale originated from the story, “The Little Glass Slipper,” which was written by Charles Perrault

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    Cinderella Compare and Contrast Essay Many people wonder where all the Cinderella stories originated from? They originated from the most popular version written in French by Charles Perrault written in 1607. The Little Golden book, the Grimm brothers version and the 2015 Disney Film version of Cinderella are all taken from the original story. All Cinderella stories have the same storyline, but there are differences and similarities between the archetypes and the characters and in the theme in the

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    Once upon a time in a beautiful castle lived four women, the ugly step mother janet, the two mean twin sisters Julie and Julia they’re the daughters from janet then there’s Cinderella her father married janet before he died so she has custody over Cinderella until she is 18 years old. The twins never ever cleaned up the castle was a disgusting mess, Janet always had little parties and gatherings with the other wealthy people all over their town sometimes the party would end with cops being called

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    Once upon a time it was a beautiful girl named Cinderella. She was so beautiful that everyone loved her so much that they couldn’t see her for what she really was; which was a thief. She was one of the best thieves in the kingdom because no one expected her. The only three people that knew about Cinderella’s stealing problem was her stepmother and stepsisters. They assumed she was stealing because she always had a lot of expensive things, but they knew she didn’t have enough money to buy these things

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    Fairy tales can be interesting but do we really know the message behind them ? Cinderella is about a girl who is trying to achieve her dreams but she has a step mother that is greedy and cruel with her ,whom she treats cinderella as a slave. Cinderella is getting abused by her own sisters and stepmother , but she doesn't say anything. The story shows us that society expects women to be passive. It's not only about the behavior but women’s goals themselves that are being dictated by the fairy tales

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