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    wants. Also, he remarries a woman with two selfish daughters. However, there are some main differences between the two characters that play the father. In Grimm’s Cinderella, her father never dies. He lives with Cinderella and the step-family. He is rude to Cinderella and treats her the same way her step-mother and step-sisters treat her, which is unfairly. Her father acts like she is a trouble or a nuisance to the family. In Disney’s…

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    While reading the original version of Cinderella by Grimm’s, I noticed that Disney didn’t just remake the movie. They changed quite a few important aspects of the story and also removed some. The first difference I observed in Disney’s version of Cinderella is that Disney removed the death of Cinderella’s’ mother. In the original version Cinderella had a difficult time accepting the death of her mother. Disney’s version made Cinderella’s principal crisis as making it to the ball. An additional…

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    Cinderella was a stepdaughter, and her stepmother was sure to remind her of that. Cinderella was treated unfairly and very poorly. In fact her stepfamily treated her like a slave not at all like a family. Often Cinderella was left in tears after an encounter with the new family. Cinderella was so much better than them, she was human unlike the others who were two faced. While the other two sisters got to go out and have fun Cinderella was left at home scrubbing floors and tending to…

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    Cinderella and the Three Giants in the Beanstalk Once upon a time there was… Okay, first off I don't like normal fairy tales. You gotta spice it up a little bit, right? First off there were 2 step sisters, their names were Gertrude and Edna, (I know, what horrible names) they had large noses, and they were a little bit on the chubbier side, and they both had hateful personalities. These sisters were so terribly mean and were also ugly that is was disgusting to even look at them. They made…

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    she is saved by true love of her sister establishing that women need not only the love of a male significant other, but love of other kinds such as the sisterly love and family bonds in this movie. And also, showing that the women can be the hero and savior of the story and it is not just men who poses that quality. In the movie, Hunchback of Notre Dame produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation which is based on Victor Hugo’s novel with the same name, we see another strong female character,…

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    These two step-sisters are mean in every way possible to Cinderella. In both stories, the step-sisters are shown to be evil and mean. They do horrible things to Cinderella. They both are greedy in the stories. In both stories they are shown to have fancy clothes and jewelry because they got what they wanted. Though, there are some similarities from both stories, there are some differences. In Disney’s Cinderella they are ugly to show kids that they aren’t the nicest. In Grimm’s Cinderella they…

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    Everything from Classism, sexism, and internalized privilege and Patriarchal. Classism because there’s a strong difference between the Step family and Cinderella and the King, which might I add she has prime view of the castle from the attic of her bedroom window. Sexism because not only is Cinderella forced to be a maid in her own house, but the King has commanded a ball in honor of the return of the price, so he can find a wife. All eligible maidens to attend. That’s sexist because it’s…

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    The fairy tale I chose to write about was Cinderella, but instead of being told in Cinderella’s point of view I chose to write it in the evil step mothers point of view. I chose to write about Cinderella because when I was growing up I was a huge Disney fan, I still am, and Cinderella was one of my favorites, The Disney version is a little different than Perrault’s version and a lot different than the Grimm Brothers version. I chose to base my fairy tale off of Perrault’s version. In the…

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    Dragons, witches, princesses, knights. These are the imaginary friends in so many children's lives. For young adults, those fairy tale characters give away to darker characters and more realistic situations. However, what do they all have in common? They live in stories. Two stories that are interesting are The Giver by Lois Lowry, and "A Christmas Memory" by Truman Capote. When Jonas in The Giver turns 12, he is picked for something special and finds out some secret things. Buddy in "A…

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    It was Halloween night when my twin cousins, my sister, and I all went trick or treating but came back with no candy. The four of us decided to all dress up as skittles. I was the green skittle, my sister was the purple skittle, my cousin, Addie, was the red skittle, and my cousin Lanie was the yellow skittle. The only bad thing is that the four of us all live out in the country away from the city, so we have to go to random neighborhoods. Every year we try to go to a different neighborhood so…

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