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  • Compare And Contrast Cinderella

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    Cinderella Compare & Contrast Rough Draft The tale of Cinderella is universally known, yet every telling of the story is tweaked ever so slightly. Changes, even if subtle, can create differences in the meaning or characteristics of the story. Some more popular versions, such as the Little Golden Book edition, the Grimm Brothers version, and Disney’s 2015 film adaptation have distinct traits of their own, along with some parallels between them. Despite the ostensible tedium of the three interpretations

  • Elisabeth Panttaja's Cinderella

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    In her article, “Cinderella: Not So Morally Superior,” Elisabeth Panttaja illustrates the important role of parents in a childhood. She talks about the importance the mother plays in all versions of Cinderella as well as evidence showing what lack of parenthood does to children. Panttaja claims by way of the Grimms Brothers version of Cinderella and how each mother wants to guarantee a bright and happy future for their daughters by marrying them off to the prince. The similarities between the wanting

  • Film Analysis Of Cinderella

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    Analysis: Cinderella is a nineteen year old female princess from France. At the start of her film she is not a princess, but merely a peasant, at the end of the movie she marries a prince and becomes a princess. In the movie the only thing she wants is to go to the ball and meet the prince as she has worked so hard for her whole life and has not had much fun as she is being beckoned every two seconds. She has a selfless and diligent attitude toward life and her chores. She is a kind, independent

  • Cinderella, By Charles Perrault

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    In Charles Perrault’s “Cinderella,” there are many different ways he conveys goodness being a magical thing in people’s hearts. When reading it, it is easy to point out how he thinks kindness is the most important thing it one’s life. In Maria Tatar’s “An Introduction to Fairy Tales,” she talks about fairy tales being an escape to children. She states that there is a world of imagination in fairy tales that takes reality and makes it exciting and adventurous. She also mentions that fairy tales help

  • Illustrations In Cinderella Essay

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    I can recount details and use illustrations in Cinderella to better understand the fairytale. (RL.2.2) (RL.2.7) (SL.2.2) I can use details from the text to describe the main characters of the story. (RL.2.3) Rereading for Comprehension Purpose for Reading: Students will recount details from the text and identify characteristics of the main characters of the story. ● As students answer text dependent questions begin crafting a Story Map Anchor Chart for their reference. This map will

  • What Is The Theme Of Cinderella

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    them. For example: Grimm’s version of “Cinderella,” published in 1812, was a favorite tale among children in Germany. Disney’s reproduction of “Cinderella,” published in 1950, was a popular movie among kids in America. Italy’s translation of “Cinderella,” published in 1885, was favored story among families in Italy. In each version of “Cinderella,” - Grimm, Disney, and Italy- one greater theme stands out among all others. In the Grimm story of “Cinderella”, there is one vital theme: hate and contempt

  • A Cinderella Story Essay

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    A Cinderella Story      When examining adaptations of fairytales you must look at the original source. This can be a very difficult task because with fairytales we never really know where the original came from. I will base my paper on the theory that the original tale of Cinderella comes from the Grimm Brothers version of Ashputtle. In comparison we will examine two movies. First there is the Disney version Cinderella. Secondly we will look at the movie 'Ever After'.      Characterization

  • Short Story Of Cinderella

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    When Cinderella got me out of the trap it was the best day of my life. She was nice and I wish there was something I could do in return for her kindness. Oh I could help her get the stuff for her dress! I’m Gus Gus and this is my version of the story. It took a lot of hard thinking. Then what no that sounds stupid. Wait this idea will show her I love her. I decided to get some things to make her a dress for the ball. I just need to watch out for the cat. He is a brat and I think he hates me also

  • Moral Analysis Of Cinderella

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    There are many versions of the fairy tale “Cinderella ”, but they all have the same main concept, that an underdog character , Cinderella who is patient and kind, comes out and defeats her rivals, the stepmother and stepsisters. In the article “Cinderella : Not So Morally Superior” by Elisabeth Panttaja analyzes the more gruesome version of “Ashputtle” by the Grimms Brothers. Panttaja states that the mother is perceived as absent and it is up to Cinderella to overcome this obstacle, but also that

  • Cinderella Character Analysis

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    In “Cinderella: Not So Morally Superior,” Elisabeth Panttaja makes a claim that the Grimms’ version of “Cinderella” provides reasons that Cinderella may not have been so fortunate due to her being “good and pious.” One main point that she discusses within the article is the mother/daughter relationship Cinderella shares with her deceased mother, in comparison to the mother/daughter relationship shared between the stepmother and stepsisters. Panttaja argues that the mothers in each relationship are