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  • Example Of The Behavioral Perspective
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    Cinderella in Therapy In the movie "Cinderella", Cinderella is a maid to an evil stepmother and two very heartless and obnoxious stepsisters. The only reason that Cinderella still puts up with their orders is an example of the Behavioral perspective. The Behavioral Perspective puts emphasis on learning by experience with rewards and punishments. She knows that if she does not do the chores, she will be punished or thrown out of the household. She does not have anywhere to go because her mother a...
  • Point Of View Of Cinderella
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    The short fictional story of Cinderella contained many elements of fiction. The elements that will be discussed in this analysis are plot, point of view, theme, images, and foils. The plot, or what's hopping, of the fairytale Cinderella centers around an evil stepmother and two stepsisters who mistreat and take advantage of the only daughter, Cinderella, of a weak, controllable guy who is entering a second marriage. The author illustrates the plot by showing how Cinderella is able to overcome ad...
  • Disney's Cinderella
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    Cinderella: Once Upon A Time The story of Cinderella has appealed to a number of audiences since its earliest dated version in A.D. 850. Even with the extensive selection of fairy tales in existence, 'Cinderella' is undoubtedly the best known in the world, with over 700 versions of this story available. However, this popularity is not limited strictly to literature, for the Cinderella theme is also seen in many movie productions. Two movies, Walt Disney's Cinderella and Andy Tennant's Ever After...
  • Cinderella
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    She came, she saw, she conquered. Cinderella, the story of a regular girl who loses her father and is enslaved by her stepmother, shows children that they can achieve anything if they put their mind to it. For me, Cinderella was not only a story about a poor girl who marries a prince and lives happily ever after. It shows me that no matter what situation I am and how bad I think the circumstances might be; I am bound to get my happy ending, if a try hard enough. Cinderella manages to overcome he...
  • Fairy Tale Cinderella
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    A Two Tale Comparison Thinking back to our childhood, we all remember hearing many kinds of fairy tales. Some of them inspired us others confused us, and most of them taught us valuable lessons. Through out centuries tales and stories have been used as a valuable tool to pass on our culture to new generations. There is a strong belief that these fairy tales mirror and influence society. All cultures interpret tales in their own unique way. They add and subtract various aspects of the tale to fit...
  • Sisters Left Cinderella
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    In Charles Perrault's Cinderella a servant is transformed into a beautiful girl by a fairy godmother. A nobleman married and evil women and took in her wicked daughters, who where the opposite of his kind and beautiful daughter nicknamed Cinderella. The wicked sisters were invited to a ball by the prince of the kingdom and as they were getting ready in their lavish dresses they taunted Cinderella for not being able to go. As the sisters left Cinderella became extremely sad and began to cry, when...
  • Cinderella's Stepmother
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    Unlike any other form of literature or entertainment, Fairy Tales help children to discover their identity and suggest experiences needed to develop their character. In Bruno Bettelheim's "Life Divined from the Inside" Bettelheim states that "Fairy Tales intimate that a rewarding, good life is within one's reach despite adversity-but only if one does not shy away from the hazardous struggles without which one can never achieve true identity (Bettelheim 106). Anne Sexton's "Cinderella" is a perfe...
  • Great Granddaughter Of Danielle Cinderella
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    Approximately 500 versions of the Cinderella story are in circulation, making it one of the most famous tales in the world. The plot in this timeless classic has been used as a model for writers for countless generations. Whether in print or on film, Cinderella is an inspirational story. It allows young girls to fantasize being swept off their feet by a sweet, handsome prince, marry and 'live happily ever after. ' For over hundreds of years the story has been refined and reworked, whether as the...
  • Cinderella And The Handsome Prince
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    Cinderella Syndrome I think the time has come for someone to write "Cinderella: The Sequel". How did we get here? In 1697, French writer Charles Perrault updated an age-old fairy tale about a young woman named Cinderella to appeal to his contemporaries, French nobility and bourgeoisie. So many of the early versions of the tale boasted a very resourceful young woman who played an active role in her destiny. Perrault, however wrote his Cinderella as a well-mannered, docile, selfless women who woul...
  • Independent Cinderella And Danielle
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    Cinderella vs. Danielle de Barbara Throughout history, women have been portrayed as the weaker sex. Truthfully, many women are just as physically and emotionally strong as men. Cinderella's strengths have been shown in the movies Ever After and Cinderella. In Ever After, a woman lost the only person that she ever really loved, but later found true love through the hardships of her lonely life. In Cinderella, a woman eventually found the love that she had always dreamed of throughout her slave-dr...
  • Cinderella's Little Friends Gus And Jaq
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    CINDERELLA Once upon a time there was a pretty young girl named Cinderella. Cinderella was loved by everyone because she was good and sweet and kind. But Cinderella's widowed father believed that she needed a mother. So he married again to a woman with two daughters of her own. Soon Cinderella's father died and she was left to live with her mean stepmother and two jealous stepsisters in the attic of house. Poor Cinderella had to do all the cooking and cleaning. She no longer had nice things and ...
  • Cinderella And Danielle
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    When most people think of the movie, Cinderella, they think of the animated Disney version with the little mice and the happy ending where Cinderella marries the prince and they live happily ever after. While the movie Ever After is based on Cinderella, it is not animated, but still has many of the same characteristics as the Disney version. Of course it is not exactly the same, and since it is not animated there are many differences. In Ever After, Drew Barrymore portrays the character Cinderel...
  • Cinderella's Stepsisters And Stepmother
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    CINDERELLA I will tell you kids a story of how your great-grandmother and great-grandfather meat and fell in love. Once upon a time, a man whose wife was pleasant, kind and with sawed legs had died. He decided to marry again. Unfortunately, he took a mean, nasty and covered with hair, woman for his second wife. She had two ugly daughters, who were just like their mother in every way. One was fat with a crooked nose and all she did, was carrying food. The other one was skinny with long nose and a...
  • Young Women Unlike Cinderella
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    "Cinderella" appears to be the best-known fairy tale in the world, since nearly every culture has its own version of "Cinderella". Cinderella is a hard working young woman, who is mistreated by her stepmother and two stepsisters. She does everything for them, from the housekeeping to sewing, even making dresses for her two stepsisters to wear to the prince's ball. Many young women strive to be like Cinderella because she marries a prince and lives happily ever after. In reading the story of Cind...
  • Evil Of Her Step Mother And Sisters
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    Einstein says, "If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales". The concept of fairy tales is been adopted from western civilization but it spread rapidly in other cultures. Might be parents got a new way to amuse or to put off their children from their persistence. In our childhood, the fairy tale we were always willing to listen was Cinderella. We never thought that what is about this tale of Cinderella t...
  • Cinderella's Physical Beauty
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    The French, German and Russian versions of Cinderella have the same basic plot. Each version communicates the same message; goodness produces it's own rewards, despite adversaries. However, each version is unique in communicating the beliefs, values and morals of that culture. The French version proclaims that goodness is rewarded with eventual happiness, through physical and inner beauty. Cinderella was internally beautiful but unhappy with her stepfamily. Cinderella's clothes had hidden her ph...
  • Perrault's Version Of Cinderella
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    Variants of the Cinderella story have spread all over the world. For every ethnicity with a collection of folklore, there is a version of the Cinderella story. In the classic version of Cinderella written by Charles Perrault, Cinderella is portrayed as a girl who is completely submissive to the wills of her stepmother and two stepsisters. Perrault presents Cinderella as the idealized perfect woman. She is! SS sweetness itself!" (Perrault 595), a perfect girl without a trace of animosity in her b...
  • Version Of The Cinderella Tale
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    Cinderella is one of the most popular and imitated fairytales ever created. There have been over seven hundred versions of the classic Cinderella tale written spanning from ninth century China to contemporary America. The two most basic and popular classic versions include the Charles Perrault, "Cinderella or The Little Glass Slipper" and the German variant, "Assenputtel" collected by the Grimm brothers (Heiner). The Cinderella tale framework has been translated into contemporary cinema and can ...
  • Cinderella Perfect For The Ball
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    The Disney film that I chose is Cinderella. Even though not every girl is like Cinderella; a girl can still imagine her self as a princess. Cinderella is a fairy tale that almost every kid likes and it is a great story even today. Cinderella, originated from the writings of Charles Perrault in France, in 1697. Cinderella's father dies when she is only a little girl and so her jealous stepmother and ugly stepsisters has forced her to become a servant in her own home. According to me the life styl...

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