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    There are many things included in the original Little Mermaid that most people would be shocked by today. I mean, isn’t it hard to believe that the Little Mermaid never actually marries the prince, but rather she falls into the sea and turns into foam? In the new Disney version of the Little Mermaid there are many different things that were hidden from the original story by Hans Christian Andersen. From Ariel’s personality to her way of life, both of these versions are in fact very different from

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    The Little Mermaid

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    The Little Mermaid "But I must be paid also," said the witch, "and it is not a trifle that I ask. You have the sweetest voice of any who dwell here in the depths of the sea, and you believe that you will be able to charm the prince with it also, but this voice you must give to me; the best thing you possess will I have for the price of my draught. My own blood must be mixed with it, that it may be as sharp as a two-edged sword." "But if you take away my voice," said the little mermaid, "what

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    The Little Mermaid From the moment the world introduced us to television, we have been bombarded with images of fantasy and “happily ever after’s.” Perhaps the most well known corrupter of reality lies within the Disney franchise. Disney’s, The Little Mermaid, follows a typical fairy tale format in which all goals and dreams are achieved. Its counterpart, however, moves to the beat of a different drum. Hans Christian Andersen’s, The Little Mermaid, portrays a more serious plot much different

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    Have you ever watched the movie “The Little Mermaid”? Well if not you should as it’s a Disney classic that every child enjoyed. Many people don’t know however that it was based on a different story with the same concept. There are a ton of similarities and differences between these two though that I’ll cover in this paper. So now lets get on to some of the similarities. Between the 1837 Story and the 1989 Movie there are a lot of similarities and differences, here are a few of the most noticeable

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    Unlike Little Roja Riding Hood, which was published during 2014, The Little Mermaid has details that would be considered morbid it today’s books (Elya, 2014). In the story of the Little Mermaid, the little sea princess finally got to go to the surface of the water when she turned fifteen. While on the surface of the water, a storm tore apart a ship carrying a prince. The little sea princess saved his life and fell in love with the prince. After

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    The Little Mermaid Deconstructed

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    Introduction The text I will be deconstructing is the Walt Disney Feature Animation film The Little Mermaid released in 1989. The film was directed by Ron Clements and produced by John Musker. The Little Mermaid (1989) is the story of a young mermaid who gives up her voice in order to become human and find her one true love Prince Eric. I find the film to be incredibly significant, not only in its portrayal of feminine roles, the human body, and the willingness to sacrifice for true love, but in

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    ground below them with their various talents was Walt Disney, a man who grew up to become a film producer, a screenwriter, a director, an animator, an entrepreneur, an international icon and a philanthropist. With his imagination, ambition, and a little help from a special mouse, Disney transformed both the entertainment industry and international culture itself. He pioneered full-color animated cartoons, created "the happiest place on Earth", and introduced the world to inspiring family movies that

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    The Little Mermaid is a classic Disney animated film that hit theatres 1989. The movie is a fictional story about a teenage girl that happens to be mermaid princess. The main character, Ariel, has an internal conflict between herself and her father. Her father, King Triton, is especially protective of Ariel because of her being the youngest. However, due to Ariel’s inquisitive and courageous nature she defies him. Many adolescent American girls enjoy the film leading them to idolize her as well.

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    Which Tail is Best? Many people ranging from young children all the way up to adults are familiar with the famous 1989 Disney production of the Little Mermaid directed by Ron Clements and John Musker. Most people are unaware that the movie is based on the short story. This short is called “The Little Mermaid” written by Hans Christian Andersen in 1837. When comparing the film to the short story, the film is the best version of the fairy tale. The short story has a darker theme and impractical decision

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    Little Mermaid Allusion

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    The Little Mermaid is an animated movie about Ariel, a mermaid, who disobeys her father, King Triton, to meet the love of her life, Eric. Ariel beings to feel love for a human. Their love is not accepted, because King Triton views humans as undesirable creatures. There is an allusion of my life within this movie, because I fell in love with someone my dad prohibited me to be with, Victor Chicas, due to a family feud between our families. The Little Mermaid and my love story with Victor are similar

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