Analysis Of Cinderella By Charles Perrault

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Cinderella by Charles Perrault
In our world, fairy tales have been around since many centuries, most of the times they are stories for children; however, an adult can feel identify with those fairy tales. In today’s century there are many versions of the old fairy tales that once we all used to know. For some people fairy tales are stories that show how reality works in the real world, one of the themes that is repeatedly used in fairy tales is the Good vs. Evil. Charles Perrault, best known for his work Contes de ma mère l’oye (Mother Goose Tales), which was a book full of popular fairy tales, one of the fairy tales that people can find on this book is Cinderella. Many people might say that Cinderella let her stepmother and her stepsisters
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When people is reading Cinderella by Charles Perrault, the readers will get an amount of feelings, some of them might be anger for the way Cinderella’s father did not do anything about his second wife behavior towards his daughter, it could be sadness for the way the stepmother and the stepsisters treat Cinderella throughout the story and knowing that she cannot do anything about it, but it could also be happiness for the way of how the godmother helped Cinderella to achieve her dream and make it…show more content…
What this word means is that thanks to the godmother the good won towards the evil. The benefactor of almost every story appears when the main character, in this case Cinderella, loses hope in herself or simple when the main character thinks that there are not going to be any good moments for them. As an example, when reading Cinderella specifically the part when the godmother appears, the reader can notice that all that the godmother wants is to make Cinderella happy, at least for once; the godmother gave to Cinderella more than she could ever asked for, she knew that it was not just the right thing to do, but also the right moment to do
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