Argumentative Argument For Cinderella

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Cinderella “The Fairy Tale Story”. In the beginning of Maria Tatar’s “An Introduction to Fairy Tales” she writes about how books are sacred to children. She expresses “those books took us on voyages of discovery, leading us into secret new worlds that magnify childhood desires and anxieties and address the great existential mysteries”. This expression is the most accurate that we follow in our own life and the experiences that we pass to our children as well. Many books have also turned into movies, and you can still hear the expression of children saying, “That didn’t looked like the book I read”. I have heard this expression from my own children. How accurate are we in time, the question is Fairy Tales the end of a child’s
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Maria Tatar’s empowers the absolute power to build a childhood imagination “but also to construct the adult world of reality” (229). As I recall the simple rules of obedience, and working hard in the ranch by plowing, harvesting and getting ready for the next labor day with my grandparent’s was rewarding because I knew if I followed the rules my reward would be going to school the next day. Mexican children stories don’t compare to Brother Grimm’s Cinderella. Why? I don’t know and I don’t remember. Reading the story of the Brothers Grimm it says, “Comb our hair for us, brush our shoes, and fasten our buckles, for we are going to the Festival” (241), I do recall memories of how my young cousins were with me. They would be snotty, mean and degrade my brothers and me because we were poorly orphans who lived with grandparents. I remember that it would bother me in my feelings essence, but I enjoyed my innocence by throwing rocks at the creeks, going swimming and helping my grandparents in the fields. Those memories are unforgettable, they helped me be conscious of being poor, give love and kindness to others and continues learning in life. At the end Cinderella from Brothers Grimm, it reads the following, “for their wickedness and falsehood, they were punished with blindness as long as they live” (245). I see my cousins now and they are still selfish, mean, and unhappy bickering others. They will continue to be blind for life, on the contrary I still visit them and see them with love, kindness and wanting to see them again because they are

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