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  • Cinderella Story And A Cinderella Story

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    school student.” We have to find someone who will fill a temporary void in our stressful lives. That’s not true—it’s not true at all. You know that one story, Cinderella? A girl was living a good life until her mother passes away, forcing her father to re-marry some evil woman. When the father dies, the evil stepmother basically controls Cinderella into doing whatever she wants. Then, there are the evil stepsisters, some carriage thing, and some animals. We can’t forget about the fairy godmother either

  • A Cinderella Story the Movie

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    A Cinderella Story is set firmly in reality and in the present day; in fact, it's every bit a fantasy as the original story. This film refrains from any allusions to magic, but instead lets serendipitous occurrences provide the engine on which this fairy tale creates its plot. The impression A Cinderella Story is in place of a well-thought out story and characters that anyone could relate to or believe. Although the target audience of the film are teens, females, and romantics, A Cinderella Story

  • Review of A Cinderella Story

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    Many traditional fairy tales have been remade into Hollywood movies. The fairy tale of Cinderella has been produced in movies many times like Ever After (1998) and A Cinderella Story (2004). A Cinderella Story (2004) has an interesting storyline, cast, themes, and appeals to teenagers and young adults. The movie begins as Sam narrating how she is in a far away kingdom with a beautiful little girl with her “weirdo” father. Then Sam clarifies that this was not “long ago” and “not a really far away

  • Cinderella Story

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    You might think this is another Cinderella story. In fact it is. But before you set this story down and walk away, just read a little more. I swear you’ll be hooked. There was this rich, beautiful 18 year old girl named Lexi. Lexi was not just a rich girl, her father was the senator of Kansas. Unfortunately, Lexi never knew her mother as she dies when Lexi was just 2 years old. Then about 2 years ago, he remarried. She was very pretty, (she used a LOT of makeup) and had two daughters. The step-mother’s

  • Review of A Cinderella Story

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    Many traditional fairy tales have been remade into Hollywood movies. The fairy tale of Cinderella has been produced in movies many times such as Ever After (1998) and A Cinderella Story (2004). A Cinderella Story (2004) has an interesting storyline, cast, themes, and appeals to teenagers and young adults. A Cinderella Story is a modern story that it’s a girl that gets in love to this popular guy. Even though she was raised by her father, she never felt like she was missing out on anything. Her dad

  • Cinderella Story

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    ashen? I think I'll change your name to Cinderella. Do you like that?" Poor Cinderella had to sleep in the attic, where bats and mice roamed. In the fall, Cinderella was allowed to go to school, but also had to do the household chores- mowing the lawn, cleaning up the stables, and preparing the next meals as soon as she arrived home from school. In her spare time, Cinderella would travel to her parents’ house, and dig through the rubble. By luck or magic, Cinderella happened upon a chest, which had no

  • A Cinderella Story

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    A Cinderella Story When examining adaptations of fairytales you must look at the original source. This can be a very difficult task because with fairytales we never really know where the original came from. I will base my paper on the theory that the original tale of Cinderella comes from the Grimm Brothers version of Ashputtle. In comparison we will examine two movies. First there is the Disney version Cinderella. Secondly we will look at the movie 'Ever After'. Characterization is an important

  • Cinderella Story Analysis

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    The Cinderella story has been part of many cultures even though it may not have been called cinderella but, the meaning of these stories are all very similar. “Cinderella, as we know it, is experienced as a story about the agonies and hopes … and about the degraded heroine winning out over her siblings who abused her” (Bettelheim, 2). We see the story as a women overcoming small problems and getting help from an outside source to help fulfill her dreams. As a child watches or reads this folktale

  • Grimm's Cinderella Story

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    The Grimm’s stories have strict criteria for good and evil. Good women are not the hero, they do not plan, nor do they get themselves out of bad situations; they are obtuse and wait until a Prince saves them. These qualities doom the female protagonists (and readers) to pursue the only destiny women have, and that is to be a wife and mother (Rowe, 1978). Cinderella is the heroine and the ideal good girl. She is unambiguously beautiful, kind, and compassionate. She does not complain or get angry.

  • Anne Sexton’s Cinderella Story

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    It starts with a fairy tale story, where all magical things happen and ends happily. The goodness is rewarded but the evil ones are punish. The closing of the story always ends with “and they live happily ever after,” and the main character becomes unhappy but eventually gains happiness at the end. The traditional Cinderella story figure is from “rags to riches.” It begins with a poor maid girl named Cinderella whose stepmother and stepsisters treated her unkindly, but because of the help of her

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