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Fairy Tale Villains: Wicked or Misunderstood?

ENG290 The Modern Fairy Tale
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Angie White

on 10 February 2014

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Transcript of Fairy Tale Villains: Wicked or Misunderstood?

Female Fairy Tale Villains:
Wicked or Misunderstood?

Thesis:
The Female Fairy Tale Villain
Angie White
Hornbuckle
ENG 290 H 25
22 July, 2013

Works Cited
The Sea Witch a.k.a. Ursula
“We always vilify what we don't understand.”
~Nenia Campbell, Horrorscape
The Wicked Witch of the West
a.k.a Elphaba
Character Analysis
When encountering fairy tale characters, the reader seldom sympathizes with the female villain; however, upon further investigation, query, and a little imagination, one may discover that the female villain may not be inherently wicked, but terribly misunderstood.
The Sea Witch
The Aged Fairy
The Wicked Witch
of the West
Character Analysis
The Aged Fairy
a.k.a. Maleficent
Character Analysis
Question 1

As a reader or viewer, do you think that it is acceptable for a character to break the rules of society if they are committing a crime against a “bad guy”?


Question 2
Name a female villain that you think is misunderstood. What characteristics does she have that cause you to feel this way?

Question 3
Do you think that people could be born wicked or do you think this is something that is learned? Explain.
Andersen, Hans Christian. “The Little Mermaid.” The Classic Fairy Tales. Ed. Maria Tatar. New York: W.W. Norton & Company, 1999. 216-232. Print.

Keen, Richard; McCoy, Monica L., and Powell, Elizabeth. "Rooting for the Bad Guy: Psychological Perspectives." Studies in Popular Culture. 34.2 (2012): 129-148. Web.

The Little Mermaid. Dir. Ron Clements, John Musker. Perf. Rene Auberjonois, Christopher Daniel Barnes, Jodi Benson, and Pat Carroll. Walt Disney Pictures, 1989. Film.

Maguire, Gregory. Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West. New York, NY: HarperCollins, 1995. Print.

Perrault, Charles. "The Sleeping Beauty in the Wood." pitt.edu. University of Pittsburgh. 15 Sept. 2003. 24 Feb. 2009. Web.

Sleeping Beauty. Dir. Clyde Geronimi. Perf. Mary Costa, Eleanor Audley, Bill Shirley, Verna Felton, and Barbara Luddy. Walt Disney Productions, 1937. Film.

Wargo, Eric. "Bad Apples or Bad Barrels? Zimbardo on ‘The Lucifer Effect’.” Observer. 19.8 (2006): n.p. Web.

The Wizard of Oz. Dir. Victor Fleming. Perf. Judy Garland, Margaret Hamilton, Ray Bolger, and Bert Lahr. Warner Brothers, 1939. Film.

Conclusion
Research
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