Fairy Tales And Their Purpose Of Snow White

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Fairy Tales and Their Purpose Fairy Tales are made of many different ideas. There is no exact author because there are many versions. The beauty about Tales is that anybody can make it their own. Because ones imagination is unique, many come up with ideas to slightly alter the tale to make it their very own. very always leave the readers thinking, and leaves the reader to interpret a moral. There are many different lessons an audience can take from just one tale. However, Different versions of “Snow White” are comparable to each other because they all show the positive and negative aspects of the expectations that society has on each gender. “Little Snow White” is about a Queen who wishes to have a beautiful daughter. After making the wish, she had her very own daughter named Snow White. As She grew up, she became more and more beautiful. The queen quickly became jealous of her new step-daughter, and demanded to kill her. After failing three times, her nightmare continued as she married a prince(J. W. Grimm n.p) In “Maria, the Wicked Stepmother, and the Seven Robbers” , Maria goes to school to learn how to sew and knit. Her…show more content…
In the 1900s, it was expected for a woman to stay home and take care of the house and children. This is why these versions of “Snow White” are so related to each other. In “Little Snow White,” the dwarfs state: “If you will keep the house for us, and cook, sew, make beds, wash, and knit, and keep everything clean and orderly, then you can stay here, and you 'll have everything that you want. We come home in the evening, and supper must be ready by then, but we spend the days digging for gold in the mine” (J. W. Grimm
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