Cinderella in Three Versions
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This paper compares and contrasts three versions of Cinderella; the fairy tales by Charles Perrault and the Brothers Grimm, and the poem by Anne Sexton, focusing on tone and characterization.
From the Paper:"The fact that three different authors-Charles Perrault, the Brothers Grimm and Anne Sexton-all chose to tell the folk tale of Cinderella in their own way is not surprising, given the observation of English children's book expert, Percy Muir, that Cinderella is still the prime nursery favourite among all fairy-tales. The humble motherless Cinderella must live with her wicked stepmother and her two daughters all of whom torment her and assay to keep her from ever having a better life. While the story is roughly..."
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