Cinderell Complexity And Beauty In Walt Disney's Cinderella

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Cinderella is well-known fairy-tale known for a long period of time. Cinderella’s life surely does not go the way she would like: her mother dies, leading her father to remarry forcing her to become a slave in her own home to her step-family. There seems to be no end to the unpleasantness. But when she finally gets her wish to attend the ball and meet the prince with the help of magic, the more delightful sides to life start coming along and she ends up marrying her prince charming. Cinderella is a favourite take lead to many versions being established. Charles Perrault in 1697 was first to write Cinderella in French naming it “Cendrillon” or (The Little Glass Slipper) followed by Walt Disney’s Cinderella in 1950, “Ashenputtel” by the Grimm…show more content…
Cinderella is illustrated as a beautiful and dazzling young woman. She is tall, delicate and gently shaped with a soothing face. She has fair skin, pink lips, and shimmering blue eyes. Her hair is light parched orange, shoulder-length with cushioned bangs. She is a strong-minded and independent young woman who is truly graceful and charming in the view that she doesn’t let her anger and sorrow get the better of her. She is kind to all and is in no way is sculpted as naive or childish. She is prohibitively mature, perpetual and has shown that she can overcome her obstacles. The customary aspect of kindness and beauty is exemplified in Charles Perrault, as “Yet, through it all, Cinderella remained ever gentle and kind, for with each dawn she found new hope that someday, her dreams of happiness would come true.”…show more content…
The ball plays an immense importance in each version. Before Cinderella left, the fairy godmother warned her to be home before midnight, because the spell would only last till then. Cinderella was a hit at the ball this is the climax in all the versions from the Grimm’s brother’s version of “Ashenputtel”, to the Disney version all containing the ball same themes continue in “Ashley Pelt” the Irish Cinderella by M.Dament “She wanted to go to a party. Dress and horses and all came to her, but she was bound to be back before twelve o’clock or all the enchantment would go, all she had would vanish”.
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