The Invasion Of Snow White

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Once upon a time, there was a girl who lived in an abandoned castle, secluded from the rest of civilization. She had lips as red as blisters, hair as black as a frying pan, and a face as white as a ghost. Her name was Snow White. Snow’s mother, a queen, had wished for a baby girl with all of these traits (she may have used different similes, however), thinking that her baby would be the most beautiful girl in the whole world. Instead, because the queen had forgotten to wish for beauty, Snow was the most hideous princess of her time. Luckily, some may say, her mother never got to see what her wish had come to, as she died shortly after childbirth.
The king, dejected after his beloved wife’s death, withdrew to his quarters, leaving young Snow to entertain herself. It was a difficult adjustment, then, when her father remarried after seven years and a domineering stepmother moved in. In those times, there was an abundance of cruel peasants and servants, but the worst offender in the kingdom was Snow White 's stepmother, Linda. She constantly insulted the girl, whether Snow was in the room or not. One of Linda 's common insults was calling Snow the spawn of Satan, as she was convinced that the Devil 's work was the only way a human could be so ugly. It 's not that the queen was that dazzling herself; she just had a lot of self-confidence stemming
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They would talk about the books they loved and hated, and run and play games through the yard and the garden (much to Pride 's dismay); they found they enjoyed each other 's company immensely. Snow would still become insecure about her face, but Beauty caught on quickly and would create distractions. Beauty didn 't dare ask about the story of the abandoned girl again, and as she got to know Snow better, she no longer cared. The two girls became so happy, even the seven dwarfs could feel a change in the

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