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    Fairy Tale Fairy Tales

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    Fairy tales are something that everyone has read or seen, they all seem to have important lessons at the end of each one to teach young children some of the lessons they need for life. These fairy tales when we were younger all seemed innocent and something we all hoped that would happen to us. Little did we know as we got older that the fairy tales we all knew and loved when we were younger, weren't as innocent as they seemed. The fairy tales we all read when we were young seemed so innocent but

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    The Tale Of The Fairy Tales

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    As we grow up, we hear fairy tales and we read them into our lives. Every word and every image is imprinted into our minds. The fairy tales we read are never abandoned. They grow with us and our dreams become molds of the many morals and happily ever afters fairy tales display. We tell children fairy tales when they go to sleep and they read them in school and we even have them watch Disney adaptions that reinforce them further. Generally, they were everywhere while we grew up and they continue to

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    The Tale Of Fairy Tales

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    Introduction ‘Once upon a time’ is perhaps days when it was one of our hobbies to read fairy tales as a part of our daily routine. These fairy tales took us to the world of fantasy, happiness, sorrow, dilemma and we had the very tendency to fantasise these characters to be real. These tales had a happy conclusion where good inevitably wins over the evil with a happy ending; and ending lines mostly happened to be ‘and they happily lived ever after’. These endings justified the human sense of justice

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    Fairy Tales

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    In all three fairy tales we have studied so far, there is a male “beast” figure included; the wolf in "Little Red Cap," the wildman in "Iron Hans," and finally Beast in "Beauty and the Beast." These “beats” have words such as wicked, wild, or even frightful to describe them. Although they are all such different stories, there are many similar ideas through the use of the beast that surround human sexuality and sexual awareness. Depending on age and gender of the protagonist involved, these ideas

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    Look closely enough, and you can always find a motif in a fairy tale. Fairy tales use motifs to help with the overall moral of the story, and will be an object, image or type of action with a recurring appearance throughout the tale. Take Disney movies, for example. Most familiar with Disney movies and tales can tell you there is almost a guarantee to be a talking or funny animal sidekick. Why does Disney do this? Mostly for comic relief, but they can also be a helping figure or guide the hero

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    Cinderella Fractured Fairy Tale Once upon a time there was a beautiful girl named Cinderella. Cinderella lived with her stepmother and stepsisters. Her stepmother and stepsisters treated Cinderella badly. Cinderella lives with her stepmother because her mom passed away. Cinderella’s stepsisters treat Cinderella badly because they think Cinderella is prettier than them. Cinderella’s stepmom and stepsisters make Cinderella be a maid and do anything they want. One day Cinderella’s stepsisters

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    The Tale Of Fairy Tales

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    Fairy Tales were use as children’s bedtime stories and at often times it teaches a lesson. Many of these tales were originally passed down orally and it was popular among the peasants. Only recently, a couple hundred years ago, has these tales been written down because back in the days many people were illiterate. Even though the adults maybe reading the stories to the child, the child often alters it. That’s why there’s so many different version of the same stories. In most Fairy Tales the villains

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    Fairy tales have been told throughout time ever since gathering of people there’s been demand for telling stories to an audience. What started out as oral tales eventually evolved into written fairy tales. People now began to write stories for the young children that would teach them important life lessons that would be of major importance to them in the years to come. These lessons that were introduced into fairytales played an important role in the development of their unshaped minds because

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    been around for a very long time and is constantly being remade. Even though there are different versions of this story, they all follow the same basic idea or motif. In this essay I will be discussing fairytale motifs as seen in Grimms’ Household Tales and “Cupid and Psyche” using the information I learned in class. Typically, when you think of a fairytale you think of them being for children. But, if you really pay attention to the

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    Fairy Tales Argument

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    today, fairy tales are full of magic, tiaras, ball gowns, and Prince Charmings, which serve as entertainment for their audience. Bruno Bettelheim, one of the most renowned psychologists and fairy tale experts of his time, proposes that fairy tales are therapeutic tools for children. However, the essay “Why Fairy Tales Matter: The Performative and the Transformative” by Maria Tatar proposes a different view, one deeper than therapeutic realms. She believes that children must read fairy tales because

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