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    Cinderella Vs Cinderella

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    The tale of Cinderella is one for the ages and hundreds of different versions of it have been created throughout the centuries that have been told. With these varied stories comes many different princesses and characteristics of each, but the biggest differences of all are found between the classic fairy tales, such as Charles Perrault’s omnibenevolent version of Cinderella, and modern stories that are shown and read to young children today. Mia Thermopolis, the main character in The Princess Diaries

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    Cinderella

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    Cinderella I think most everyone knows the story of Cinderella, made famous by Walt Disney after making its big debut on screen in 1950; the movie was so popular that it was again released five times within a thirty-seven year span. In 1970, Anne Sexton wrote her own version of Cinderella. In this work of art, she speaks of how a `Cinderella' lives in every day life, whether it is the plumber who wins the lottery, or the milkman turned real estate agent. She then proceeds to tell her version of

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    Cinderella Syndrome

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    Cinderella Syndrome I think the time has come for someone to write “Cinderella: The Sequel.” How did we get here? In 1697, French writer Charles Perrault updated an age-old fairy tale about a young woman named Cinderella to appeal to his contemporaries, French nobility and bourgeoisie. So many of the early versions of the tale boasted a very resourceful young woman who played an active role in her destiny. Perrault, however wrote his Cinderella as a well-mannered, docile, selfless women who would

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    of Cinderella, thus meaning there are many different interpretations of Cinderella. One of which, by Elizabeth Panttaja, tells the story after Cinderella’s mother died. Panttaja explains how Cinderella is only successful because of the magic that her mom is giving her, but is this true? The answer is no, since there is no evidence in her mother doing all of the work in Jakob and Wilhelm Grimm’s “Ashputtle”, another version of “Cinderella”. If fact, because of her use of magic, Cinderella is a

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    Cinderella Essay

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    important in these young children’s life because when it’s comes to films that are all they watch. Cinderella is one of the most common Disney tales that’s been around from ninth century, in different languages and countries. 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

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    Chapter 1 The Cinderella that I will be focusing on is the most commonly known European version, the story told by Charles Perrault. The Brothers Grimm also have a well-known adaption but it differs in many respects. Perrault’s Cinderella starts with the wistful maiden being treated poorly by those around her, specifically her stepmother and two stepsisters. Her father dies and in turn she becomes the house maid. Cinderella is not allowed, by the command of her stepmother, to attend the three ball’s

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    Zompocalypse By: Jasmine Sidhu 809 (Agent Cinderella) Once upon a time, there lived an alien seahorse named Cinderella, who lived on a far away planet called Planet. Cinderella was a secret agent working on a special mission by herself. She was looking for her boyfriend Bob. Bob was an octopus who went missing on a mission to destroy the planet called Bacon Salad. Although Bob was very scourge she knew she could find him. Tomorrow, thought Cinderella, I will be going to Bacon Salad to recue Bob

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    cinderella

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    Cinderella: Once Upon A Time The story of Cinderella has appealed to a number of audiences since its earliest dated version in A.D. 850. Even with the extensive selection of fairy tales in existence, "Cinderella" is undoubtedly the best known in the world, with over 700 versions of this story available. However, this popularity is not limited strictly to literature, for the Cinderella theme is also seen in many movie productions. Two movies, Walt Disney's Cinderella and Andy Tennant's Ever After:

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    Walt Disney’s Cinderella is adapted from the original fairy tale written in 1697 by Charles Perrault. There are some key differences between Walt Disney’s Cinderella and Charles Perrault’s Cinderella. In Charles Perrault’s tale, Cinderella’s father is not dead, but the father is controlled by the stepmother. Cinderella’s younger stepsister is much more polite than the older stepsister, who calls Cinderella Cinderwench. The king in Perrault’s tale hosts a two day Ball, which Cinderella attends with

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    Analysis Of Cinderella

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    The classic tale of Cinderella is well known for the fight of overcoming great obstacles despite great odds. However, there are always a few ill-hearted people who go out of their way to cease any competition that they might face, as seen with Cinderella’s step-sisters. Samuel Jackson says is his distinguished quote, “The hunger of imagination…lures us to…the phantoms of hope,” to help develop a more defined view of a fairytale. The story of Cinderella fully embodies the ideals of a true fairytale

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