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    took over the industry of remaking these stories. He took out all of the gore and some of the violence to make it more acceptable for children. With Anne Sexton's version of Cinderella, she brings back the gore and violence to its full capacity just like with the original Brothers Grimm story. Sexton's poetic version of Cinderella gives a humorous and eye-opened twist to this classic fairy tale. What brings all of these stories together is the way they all socialize women to make them naive. With this

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    Every day there are children who are either in foster care, or group homes, who have received maltreatment at least once over the duration of their stay. Unfortunately, for most of those children, it hasn’t and will not be a onetime thing. The Canadian Incidence Study of Reported Child Abuse and Neglect reported 15,980 child maltreatment investigations across Canada in the fall of 2008, which has increased significantly, whereas in 1988 there were 7,633 investigations. Child Welfare, is a set of

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    The Outcast

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    The Outcast Cinderella written by the Grimm Brothers is an innocent and distressful story. According to the article Cinderella, “This [Cinderella] tale has been particularly popular in all of its many forms and adaptations.” (Taylor) Cinderella is a story about a daughter whose name is Cinderella and her mother who marries a wealthy man. Cinderella’s mother dies leaving her with this man who remarries almost immediately after her mother’s death to an “evil” woman with two daughters. Her new step

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    both the fairy tales “Cinderella” and “Snow White” in 1812. Although, “Cinderella” and “Snow White” was written in 1812, they are now still two most well known tales in the world. Though “Cinderella” and “Snow White” may hold some differences, in the end, the moral is the same; which is, inevitable punishments will come to those who are jealous and envious. Snow White and Cinderella are the heroines of the said tales and they have similar family situations, and also, Cinderella beats Snow White in

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    step-mother and her two step-sisters abused her. One day, she went to the ball from the help of her fairy godmother. The prince fell in love with her of her talents. In reality, she was mostly not have survived. In reality, this is Cinderella’s story. Cinderella was an ordinary girl who lived with her step-mother and step-mother. They lived in London. She was abused at home a lot and at school too because her step-sisters always embarrasses her. She didn’t have friends because she didn’t know how to socialize

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    Woman, Julia Roberts portrayed a character who treated herself lowly as a hooker. The portrayal of Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman and Cinderella in the “glass slipper” shows them neglecting their self worth which eventually results in them self confidence. Body #1: SUMMARY : Cinderella’s POV & VIVIAN POV In Cinderella’s the “glass slipper” it is evident that cinderella was treated as a slave. Her step sisters would not treat her like she was worthy, or a human, as they made remarks of her appearance

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    Whale Pot Bay An important idea in the novel “Whale Pot Bay” written by Des Hunt is the need for members of a blended family to resolve their differences and bond as a family. At the point when individuals from a blended family can't acknowledge other differences it can come about which can lead to the family splitting up. In the novel Vicky and Stephanie leave Allan and Jake for a period after Jake traumatizes Stephanie. On-going tensions can bring about ill feelings and arguments in the family

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    Cinder vs Cinderella Molly Although Cinder and Cinderella have many similarities like, there step families they have more differences. Cinder is a cyborg mechanic in New Beijing who is asked by the prince to fix his android Nancy. New beijing is fighting a war with a deadly illness called the plague while trying to avoid any conflict with Queen Levana. Queen Levana later decides to visit earths Prince Kai to talk out some proposals of marriage. Ella on the other hand started out with

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    Being Alone Essay

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    tell my mom, call her at work to tell or when I would see her after school but she would tell me to stop whining and causing trouble. I was truly 11 years old and alone in the world. Genital stage by Freud (Puberty and later) and Adolescence stage by Erikson (12-18 years old) This stage is where my life went from being alone to being alone in hell. I moved to Reno, Nevada with my dad, step mom and three step siblings in 6th grade. I was told at around age 12 by my stepmother, who said it came from

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    appears personal and petty. Stepparents hold such grudges and ill will. “The ‘Cinderella Effect’: Elevated Mistreatment of Stepchildren in Comparison to Those Living with Genetic Parents” by Martin Daly & Margo Wilson supports the argument that villainous stepparents are created in tales such as “Cinderella” by the Brothers Grimm to create a more interesting story and to reflect real family relations. The Cinderella effect states that child abuse is more likely to come from stepparents than biological

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    The Nutcracker

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    DANCE CONCERT REPORT On December 16, 2017, I saw the Nutcracker at Hofstra University. In its entirety, The Nutcracker is a dramatic dance because it tells a story. It is about a girl who is given the nutcracker as a Christmas gift and dreams it comes to life and battles a mouse king. After the nutcracker proves victorious, it turns into a prince and takes the girl to the Land of Sweets. There, they are celebrated and honored with many types of dances. However, the dances I chose are more dances

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    “…Then Lady Tremaine tripped the Grade Duke, and the glass slipper shattered…but luckily Cinderella had the other slipper in her pocket. And it fit! Cinderella and the Prince were soon married. Everyone rejoiced, including Cinderella mouse friends. Filled with joy Prince Charming and Cinderella lived happily ever after.” At least that’s what Disney wants you to believe. According to “Huff Post Parents” a study shows that parents would rather read Disney’s version on fairy tales instead of the classical

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    There are two different versions I am going to be writing about, one version is the cinderella movie where a beautiful white woman who is treated poorly by her stepmother and sisters because she is different that doesn't have any friends but animals and how she ends up getting invited to a ball and wishes for a dress and gets clear slipper to wear to the ball but the stepmother tries to ruined her plans but she ends up going and losing her slipper to be found by the prince and he later finds that

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    Cinderella is often viewed as a timeless children’s classic that inspires many young adolescent’s (particularly girls) to have elaborate dreams of meeting a young handsome prince, becoming a princess, and living happily ever after. However, while the story seems completely harmless and lovable, it actually portrays some very outdated expectations of society, which can severely alter a child’s way of thinking or viewpoint. The social and gender stereotypes assigned to certain characters create some

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    Obituary Of Cinderella

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    CINDERELLA- A SATIRE BASED ON ANNE SEXTON’S CINDERELLA INT. THE BEDROOM OF A FRENCH CHÂTEAU-NIGHT Cinderella’s birth mother lies on her deathbed. The bedroom has amber floorboards and is decorated with floral wallpapers, lacy curtains and woolly carpets. A crystal chandelier hangs from the ceiling. A young Cinderella sits by the bed crying. She holds a teddy bear in one hand and her mother’s hand in the other. CINDERELLA’S MOTHER: (Weakly) Be devout. Be good. Then I will smile down from heaven in

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    Anne Sexton Cinderella

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    they grow up, and not unrealistic or demeaning like the real world is. In Anne Sexton poem “Cinderella” the narrator tales a tale that most people grew up on what seems to be a princess story. This story is unlike the rest. At the beginning of the poem, Cinderella’s mother dies, and her father soon remarried another woman who had two daughters that were not very nice and made Cinderella their maid. Cinderella was given a twig from her father that she grew by her mother’s grave that eventually grew

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    Cinderella Ate My Daughter: Dispatches From the Front Lines of the new Girly-Girl Culture written by Peggy Orenstein, published by HarperCollins books in 2011 is a book that explores how girls are “struggling to fulfill the new expectations we have for them without letting go of the old ones” (Orenstein). In this book it isn’t just about Disney. It can be broken up in to two parts Disney and not Disney topics. Orenstein also, addresses the culture surrounding our daughters, and she confronts the

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    Cinderella is often viewed as a timeless children’s classic that inspires many young adolescent’s (particularly girls) to have elaborate dreams of meeting a young handsome prince, becoming a princess, and living happily ever after. However, while the story seems completely harmless and lovable, it actually portrays some very outdated expectations of society, which can severely alter a child’s way of thinking or viewpoint. The social and gender stereotypes assigned to certain characters create some

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    her mother’s last words to always be kind and have courage echoes her ears. During one cold night, Ella sleeps next to the open stove and is covered in cinders while she serves breakfast to her step mother and step sisters. They mockingly name her Cinderella. Distressed with circumstances at home, Ella rides her horse deep into the forest, and meets the Kingdom’s next heir, but mistakes him for an apprentice learning a trade. The Prince is mesmerized by Ella and protests that the Kingdom Ball’s invitation

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    Cinderella vs. Danielle de Barbarac Throughout history, women have been portrayed as the weaker sex. Truthfully, many women are just as physically and emotionally strong as men. Cinderella’s strengths have been shown in the movies Ever After and Cinderella. In Ever After, a woman lost the only person that she ever really loved, but later found true love through the hardships of her lonely life. In Cinderella, a woman eventually found the love that she had always dreamed of throughout her slave-driven

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