Bluebeard Monster

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"Bluebeard" by Charles Perrault, Bluebeard is portrayed as a real life monster. Although this is not inaccurate, there are two sides to every coin. In the movie adaptation - "Barbe Bleu" - Bluebeard is seen in a different light than in the original Bluebeard story. He is more caring, gentle, and sensitive. Although he is a serial killer, he is not the same kind of monster in the film "Barbe Blue" than he was in story "Bluebeard".
From his first introduction up to his last moments alive, Bluebeard treats Catherine with respect. He does not demand they have intercourse, and even gives her a separate bed to sleep in. When Catherine arrives at the castle for the first time and sees her bed is placed at the foot of his bed, Catherine argues

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