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  • Sleeping Beauties: An Evolution

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    We have often seen numerous folktales that appear to be similar among different cultures. Often at times, the characters or locations change to accommodate the surrounding culture, but the message or moral of the story stays the same. In the case of the story, Sleeping Beauty, we notice that the earlier versions of the story are more crude and “adult” and as time passed on, the story evolved to become more suitable for a younger audience. Sleeping Beauty became a story of “rape, adultery, sexual

  • Grimm's Fairytales

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    ... middle of paper ... ...mm.” Forum for World Literature Studies 3.2 (2011) 100 student Resources in Context. Web 20. Dec 11. "Fairy tale." Merriam-Webster. Merriam-Webster, n.d. Web. 28 Jan. 2014. . Grimm, Brothers. "Brothers Grimm: Fairy Tales, History, Facts, and More." Brothers Grimm: Fairy Tales, History, Facts, and More. National Geographic Society, n.d. Web. 30 Jan. 2014. <http://www.nationalgeographic.com/grimm/index2.html>. Ikeji, Chuck. Personal Interview. 5 January 2013. Ruth B Buttingheimer

  • Independent Filmmakers: The Cohen Brothers

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    and present the stories and spirits in their minds. To achieve the success is tough for everybody but even tougher for those independent filmmakers. Therefore, their accomplishments become more valuable. Sophia Coppola, Woody Allen, and The Coen Brothers are all great and most outstanding independent film producers, directors and writers, etc. Their successes are not easy and they could not get without “the reasons”.

  • The Pleasure Principle in Perrault's Little Red Riding Hood and Brothers Grimm Little Red Cap

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    well as in “The Little Red Cap”, written by the Brothers Grimm in the 19th century, are both famous folktales turned fairy tales about a young girl’s encounter with a cross-dressing wolf. The tale makes the clearest contrast between the safe world of the village and the dangers of the forest. It also seems to be a strong morality tale, teaching children not to “wander off the path”. However, when applied to both Perrault's and the Grimm Brothers’ tale, we see that these tales are dominated by

  • Creating Sympathy for the Johnston Family in Blood Brothers

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    Creating Sympathy for the Johnston Family in Blood Brothers Blood brother is a tragic tale about two twins who were parted at birth and as a result, led very different lives. The playwright, Willy Russell portrays the circumstances in which the twins were conceived, born and parted and also gives us an insight into how society has the influence of shaping individuals according to the classes they are in. We, the audience are made to sympathize with Mrs. Johnston on many occasions varying

  • The underdog as the hero in Popular Children's Literature

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    with either parent, and sleeping hours, which were spent at alternate half-houses nightly. (Bosch, 2009, p.183). Later on he is ignored completely by his parents when they rediscover love for each other, leaving Max-Earnest to care for his new baby brother. ‘Every child knows what it’s like to be Cinderella because all children feel unappreciated at times and want to be special.’ (Smith, 2007. P.6). While it is unlikely that most parents would abuse their children in the same way as in our fairy

  • Little Red Riding Hood by Bill Delaney

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    At first glance the characters Connie from “Where are you going? Where have you been?” and Little Red Riding Hood from the classic fairy tale “Little Red Riding Hood” may seem to have nothing in common. However, from the start one can compare how much they actually have in common. Though these two characters are very different they are the same in many ways. Their story, from beginning to end, is similar. It is easy to see how alike and different they are with the description of Connie and Little

  • The Importance of Fairytales

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    Introduction: I chose to research the genre of fairytales because the genre retold by Grimm’s caught my attention. Fairytales in modern day usually have a happy ending after the good versus evil concept. Rapunzel specifically, isn’t told in its original form.Theres much more darkness and even though happily ever after is in play, not all fairytales end that way. Fairytales have much more depth than people realize in modern day. It portrays the real struggles we face growing up. In Rapunzel, her mother

  • The Relation between Dostoevsky and the Characters of The Brothers Karamazov

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    The Relation between Dostoevsky and the Characters of The Brothers Karamazov "I'd die happy if I could finish this final novel, for I would have expressed myself completely."  This statement from the author of "The Brothers Karamazov" helps elucidate the underlying purpose and theme of one of the greatest masterpieces of world literature. Superficially, the novel deals with a horrifying parricide and how the supporting characters devised direct and indirect circumstances leading to the murder

  • Fairy Tales Criticism

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    The Grimms’ Fairy Tales Literary Analysis The Children’s and Household Tales, more commonly known as Grimms’ Fairy Tales were first published in 1812 by the Grimm brothers, Jacob and Wilhelm. Although the title suggests otherwise, the vast majority were not intended as children’s tales. Containing violence, gore, and suggestive references, the stories were not well-suited for children. The stories were didactic at a time when discipline relied on fear and were written as “warning tales” for children