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    Sleeping beauty is considered to be one of the main elite Disney princess . The evolution of Sleeping beauty from the original Grimm brother tale and the modern Disney is a not known by many . Sleeping beauty is said to be your stereotypical beautiful princess with her golden flowing hair and clear eyes .In the Disney’s version of sleeping Beauty princess Aurora is cursed to fall in a deep slumber at the touch of a needle

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    The Self-effacing and Compliant Sleeping Beauty The selfless and subservient nature expected of women in the past have impacted the writing or portrayal of females throughout literature. In Charles Perrault’s fairy tales, not only does he demonstrate how willingly a woman will sacrifice her freedom of power by giving the powerful females of status servitude, but Perrault also illustrates how the role of dominant females is threatened when challenged. From Cinderella, or the Glass Slipper, with the

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    BEDILU Addis Bedilu Tiffany Langston English 2 Pre-Ap 5/14/2014 Change is inevitable….or is it? Why do folk’s tales exist? To preach a moral to people? Or is it to simply entertain? Like the Disney animated classic Sleeping beauty and its predecessors did. This story of the sleeping beauty horrified children throughout the ages yet as time went by it became more sanitized and cleaned up. But ironically the more it became kid friendly the more popular it became. As society changed the morals and ideals

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    A Picture of Sleeping Beauty

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    A Picture of Sleeping Beauty Born in Scotland in 1874, Anne Anderson was a famous British writer and illustrator for children’s books. As a child, Anne grew up in Argentina but spent her adult years in England. Anne Anderson married a painter, Alan Wright, in 1912. Together they worked on numerous books and illustrations. Anne Anderson has a unique sense of style that uses line drawings and watercolors. Her works are usually delicate and lightly drawn in either black and white or color. Although

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    rewrote the tales so that they would sell. This sounds like one social group exercising its power over the other and robbing it of their own culture and stories. One big difference between Jacob and Wilhelm's “Briar Rose,” and Charles Perrault's, “Sleeping Beauty,” is that Perrault include a moral epilogue at the end. He says that, ...

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    Nick Sorantino Mrs.Micale Fairy Tale Research Paper January 17th, 2014 Sleeping Beauty Sleeping Beauty is a literary folk tale written by Italian poet Giambattista Basile. In Italy during the seventeenth century, a husband, regardless of his status in life, was expected to be the superior head of the household and show appreciation to his wife and child. A wife was expected to adhere to her husband, and the children were expected to be respectful and heed to their parents. Women were also wonted

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    Sleeping Beauty Analysis

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    The story of Sleeping Beauty has been told and retold many times over the past few hundred years. The classic fairytale originally called “Briar Rose” was documented by the Grimm Brothers in their collection of german folk and fairytales, called Children 's and Household Tales. Sleeping Beauty was first published by the Grimm Brothers in 1812 and it found the spotlight once more when Disney Studios retold it in 1959 but modern audiences have been falling out of love with traditional fairy tales and

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    Sleeping Beauties: An Evolution

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    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 rivalry, and attempted cannibalism” (Hallett, 1) to the clean and innocent Disney version we know today. The three versions of Sleeping Beauty that I will compare are Sole, Luna, E Talia (Sun, Moon, And Talia) by Giambattista Basile, The Sleeping Beauty in the

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    generation. Stories that told morals and lessons, princes rescuing the damsel in distress, magic, created imagination, and good versus evil. Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Snow White, Rapunzel, Beauty and the Beast, and the Little Mermaid all have these five characteristics in their own personal stories, but are just told differently. In Sleeping Beauty, which the earliest known version was first composed around 1330 and 1344 and first printed in 1528, a beautiful princess has a curse put on her and only

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    Aurora's Sleeping Beauty

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    life in a tidy cozy cabin, but she never knew what had to come.In Sleeping Beauty, the storytellers use the archetype damsel in distress to reveal that we as humans believe that someone's evil can actually make a person's life better because people can cause effects on someone’s life that makes them have different outlooks on their situation and teach them important guidance and life skills. At the beginning of the Sleeping Beauty, Aurora is a little baby girl who is cursed by an evil fairy Maleficent

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