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  • Fairies

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    FAIRIES ARE EVERYWHERE!      Fairies are magical creatures, usually very much like human beings. But they can do many things that humans cannot do. Most fairies can make themselves invisible. Many can travel in an instant anywhere they want to go, even very great distances. Some can change their shapes; they might look like cats, or birds, or dogs, or any other animal. Some of them live for many hundreds of years; others (Like with Tinker Bell From Peter Pan) live forever

  • Fairy Tale Fairy Tales

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    Long before fairy tales were recorded on paper, they were passed on through word of mouth from person to person. The term “fairy tale” is an English translation of “conte de fees” in which Madame D'Aulnoy referred to at the start of her tradition. Though fairy tales were originated in France in 1697, they are now widespread throughout the world. Fairy tales of course are not realistic; the dead come alive, animals talk, rugs fly, and so on. Children and occasionally adults look up to fairy tales not

  • Fairy Tales : A Timeless Fairy Tale

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    Fairy tales, of course, have been around for a very long time. Some longer than others, but are still extremely popular today. They help to teach children an understanding of right and wrong, good and evil forces, and how to address emotions not through direct teaching, but through implication. Not only do fairy tales express the unconscious longings, wants, hopes, and desires a child has, but they also speak in a language that only children can comprehend thus, making fairy takes very valuable

  • Fairy Tales

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    Fairy Tales Wilhelm and Jacob Grimm are famous for their renditions of some of the most beloved children's fairy tales. Among the hundreds is the well known (Schneewittchen) Snow-drop. This fairy tale is in many aspects common, imperfect, and vulgar, as are most of the fairy tale translations of the Grimm Brothers. These characteristics are what depict the Grimm fairy tales. The tales were primarily written to entertain and relate to the common peasantsof the 1800's. The stories are not

  • fairy tales

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    Fairy Tales      I love to see Professional Dances, such as ballet and Riverdance. But what is even better is seeing dancers who aren’t professionals. I love going to see Dance Studios Dance Recitals. What I really like about them is that it shows up much people like to dance, but doesn’t show true talent. Not to long ago I attended Dave Ragnacci’s School of Dance recital, Fairy Tales. This play was set up as if every scene was a fairy tale story. When the curtain opened

  • Fairy Story

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    Fantasy: Just Another World A fairy story. although it seems straightforward in definition, it is not as simple as it sounds. It is a sophisticated tale of unreal fairies living in a fantasy world, of which the creation requires several important ingredients. In ¡§On Fairy-Stories,¡¨ J. R. R. Tolkien assumes the role of a cook and makes the ¡§Soup¡¨ ¡V a fairy story. To achieve the concept of fantasy, the author creates the Secondary World for readers to enter. The Secondary World is an alternate

  • Fairy Tale

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    Fairy Tale Eloise: bored and wants someone to appreciate the value of her work and she wants a baby. She makes night-dresses and petticoats for a shop in town. She considers men to be brainless and only good for one thing. Simon and she moved into the woods because she got a lot of money from Max (Clare's ex-husband). She moved into the woods to discover her spiritual roots. She likes neatness and having everything in order. Simon: Eloise's husband. Before they went into the depths of Wales

  • Fairy Tale

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    Fairy Tale Whatever happened to happily ever after? The valiant prince on his mighty steed has seemed to disappear. Dragons keep on living, there's no more laughter, Whatever happened to the one that saved us from our fear? Peter grew up with just a dad, Mom was wasted, and left him all alone. And when he grew up he realized he'd been had, Forced to deal with a mom that never at home. But Pete had worked past all of that, He and dad managed to endure. But one mistake would

  • A Fairy Tale

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    The Fairy Tale: The symbolism of the apple       In the story The Fairy Tale a prostitute named Miss Noi lives in Saigon, Vietnam. She begins by asking the difference between up on and upon and is told that they have the same meaning. She beginnings telling the her story which she refers to as her fairy tale with the words once upon a time. In her story she has sex with any men from the American army. Miss Noi enjoys fruit but apples are in Saigon. As the GI’s come to sleep

  • Fairy Tales In Movies : Fairy Tale Or Movie

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    Fairy Tale or Movie In the past, people saw fairy tales as all-powerful, because they are extraordinary, imaginative, and enrich people’s spiritual worlds. People need fairy tales to satisfy their need for leisure, which is an alternative way for them to escape their repetitive daily tasks. Watching movies can educate individuals about fairy tales. Fairy-tale stories are better read, than when being viewed as movies. Parents read ‘’Little Red Riding Hood’’ with children in order to teach them more

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