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    Sequel Of Rapunzel

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    After Again A sequel of Rapunzel This is not your typical fairy tale; this story contains corrupt royalty, a calamitous plot, abandoned coal mines, and pint-sized men. If you are completely satisfied where the story of Rapunzel left off, I advise you to not read this and put it back on the vacant shelf, in the neglected part of the children's section where you likely found it. Once upon a time, in the kingdom of Oria, which is famous for its ore mines, lived princess Rapunzel,who you probably know

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    Comparing the Grimm Brothers' Rapunzel and Disney's Rapunzel Wilhelm and Jacob Grimm also known as the Grimm brothers are historically known for their uniqueness both in their styles of writing and the exceptional illustrations of their works. Their age old literature has been told and retold with the essence of gothic architecture and contemporary children's stories for decades now. This essay will contrast the Grimm brothers story of Rapunzel and Disney's story of Rapunzel, it will also include comparing

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    Rapunzel Research Paper

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    beautiful girl named Rapunzel. You already know that story, don’t you? This isn't the same heartwarming story you’ve known and loved. I am Mother Gothel, and this is my story. I am the witch that so called “kidnapped” Rapunzel from her parents. Firstly, Rapunzel’s parents were not the king and queen. Secondly, her mother was not dying, she was just selfishly craving my Rapunzel flowers while she was pregnant with her soon-to-be daughter. Thirdly, and most importantly, I never stole Rapunzel, she was traded

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    Rapunzel Shows Negative Socialization Fairy tales have been around for centuries introducing creativity to the minds of both its young and old viewers. Young children view fairy tales for fun when really they can teach some youth how to deal with emotional and physiological problems that they can relate to. Life lessons are often displayed to its viewers, just not noticed. Positive and negative socialization are both shown in fairy tales, sometimes one more than the other. Rapunzel shows negative

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    Rapunzel Research Paper

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    Rapunzel was a girl who lived in an isolated tower with her foster mother, Gothel. Mother Gothel didn’t want to let Rapunzel left the tower because Rapunzel’s golden hair had magic that could retain Gothel’s youth. She told Rapunzel that the outside world was dangerous. One day, a thief named Flynn Ryder went into the tower unintentionally because he stole a crown and got chased. Rapunzel captured Flynn by using her frying pan. Rapunzel requested the Flynn to accompany her see the lanterns in exchange

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    Rapunzel vs. Tangled In the Grimm’s version of Rapunzel, Rapunzel doesn’t get trapped in the tower until she is twelve years old. The rampion heals Rapunzel’s mother of her craving and saves her life, but it isn’t disclosed as to whether the rampion has other magical healing powers. The rampion is named, but isn’t magical. It was the condition of the enchantress for her father stealing the rampion that took Rapunzel away from her parents. The man that comes to rescue her when she is thirteen

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    Religious Symbolism in Grimm's Rapunzel   A fairy tale is seemingly a moral fiction, intended mainly for children. A lesson in critical analysis, however, strips this guise and reveals the naked truth beneath; fairy tales are actually vicious, logical and sexual stories wearing a mask of deceptively easy language and an apparent moral. Two 19th Century writers, the Grimm brothers, were masters at writing these exaggerated stories, bewitching young readers with their prose while padding their

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    Like all fairytales, Rapunzel has a history that extends far earlier than the 1800s when it first transcribed by brothers Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm. However, Rapunzel is a tale that continues to be re-written and re-interpreted even today. From the 1970s with the feminist revitalization of fairy tales to the early 2010s with Disney’s Tangled (2010), this timeless tale continues to engage its listeners. In 2015, Katie Kapurch of Texas State University revisited Rapunzel with an eye on its more recent

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    protagonist and a character that waltzes into their life at the particularly right moment. In this fairy tale, in both editions, Rapunzel falls in love with the first man she has a romantic interest in. But, what is specifically fascinating about this motif is the difference between the love interests Rapunzel falls in love with in each version. In the Grimm Brothers version, Rapunzel is approached by the son of the King who falls deeply in love with her. At first, she is very startled as she has never communicated

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    The Grimm Brothers version of Rapunzel can be viewed as gruesome, filled with deception and abandonment from start to finish. Which is why these two examples can be seen as the main narratives in this fairy tale. Rapunzel was forced to live a lonely life, locked away from civilization in which she had no control over, due to her parent’s mistake of trading their own daughter for some rampion. Rapunzel’s moral rights were not being respected, this is where The Rights Approach ethical standard comes

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