In "Ever After';, Danielle repeatedly bumps into the prince. Whenever she does meet up with him, she makes sure she is dressed like a courtier, so he doesn't think that she is a servant. They start to fall for each other and they spend more and more time together. In "Cinderella';, the stepmother tries to make sure that one of her daughters is chosen for a wife by the prince at the ball. At first she tells Cinderella that she can go also even... ... middle of paper ... ...nce and Cinderella live happily ever after.
She orders Cinderella to return home by midnight because the charm ends at that time. Cinderella goes to the ball and catches the attention of everyone. The prince is mesmerized by her beauty yet her stepsisters do not recognize her. She loses track of time then hurries away just at midnight, but loses one of her glass slippers. The slipper gets left behind for the prince to find.
She dreamily returned home, knowing that she would forever have the secret happiness of meeting the prince. Meanwhile, the prince was desperate to find the beautiful girl from the ball whose name he did not know. He instructed the Grand Duke to use of the king’s men to find the girl whose foot fit the glass slipper. They made the rounds, going to every house in the area with a young lady. Girls went to desperate measures to try to fit their feet in the shoes and win the prince, but none could.
Cinderella goes to the festival and she dances with the prince all three days. Finally, the prince has fallen in love with her and eventually they get married. Fairytales and Disney productions threaten gender politics and women’s role by portraying women in certain areas like domestic behaviors
After the transformation, the step sisters recognize Cinderella as the unknown beautiful princess who attended the Ball and beg for forgiveness. Cinderella forgives the step sisters and marries the step sisters to the great lords of the castle. The prince marries Cinderella, however, Perrault does not mention about the prince and Cinderella living happily ever after. I... ... middle of paper ... ...ndency on the fairy godmother and the prince encourages a meek and inactive behaviour to achieve a rewarding future (Robbins, 104). Overall, Cinderella’s behaviour is “...weak, silent and passive...” (Trousdale & McMillan, 12) which is unacceptable for a modern western woman.
However, she runs away every night and he cannot find her. The Prince finally takes one of her slippers and sets out to find the love of his life. He then goes to her household and asks all the sisters to try the slipper on. The stepsisters try to deceive the Prince but “the blood was streaming from” their feet and they are eventually caught. When Cinderella tries on the shoe it fits perfectly and the two get married.
Introduction Cinderella is a fairytale for children that displayed love, loss and miracles; however, when it is further analyzed, it has a deeper meaning. Cinderella is a story about a young girl who became a servant in her own home after her father remarried a malicious woman with two spoiled daughters. She was humiliated and abused yet she remained gentle and kind. She received help from her fairy godmother to go to the prince’s ball after her stepmother rejected her proposal. Cinderella and the Prince fell madly in love but she had to leave at twelve o’clock and forgot to tell him her name but she left her glass slipper behind.
The tale is a about a pretty young girl Cinderella who lives with her step mother and step sisters. They make Cinderella’s life miserable by making her do all the housework but Cinderella never complained. She did everything happily believing that one day her someone (a man) will come and rescue her. Indeed it whatever is dreamt of came to be true. A prince came along and married her but this was only possible through fairy godmother who gave Cinderella the magical appearance (nice dress and shoes and etc ).
In his version Cinderella’s name is Zezolla, her father, the Prince, remarries a woman who hates Zezolla. In the story, Zezolla has a governess who cared for her and instructed Zezolla to kill her stepmother and convince her father to remarry her. She then turns on her and then surprises Zezolla with six of her own daughters who tease and call her “Cat Cinderella” (hence the name Cinderella). Her father then leaves for a trip taking gift requests for each of his seven daughters, remembering to get all but Zezolla’s. When ready to leave, the Prince’s boat would not leave the harbor because the captain had dreamed that the Prince has broken his promise to Zezella.
Once upon a time there was a young maiden named Cinderella who lived with her wicked stepmother and two ugly stepsisters. There was a ball where the Prince danced with a beautiful maiden. However, at the stroke of midnight, the young woman fled the ball, dropping one of her glass slippers along the way. The next day, the King proclaimed that the Grand Duke visit every house in the kingdom to find the girl who fit into the glass slipper, so that she can be married to the Prince. When the Grand Duke arrives at Cinderella’s house, her stepsisters try on the slipper, but it does not fit them.