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Rumpelstiltskin Fairy Tail Analysis
Transcript of Rumpelstiltskin Fairy Tail Analysis
avoid taxes, and later feels sorry for his decision The miller brags to the king and is never mentioned again The penalty for the daughter' failing to spin straw into gold is jail The penalty for failure is death The king falls in love with the miller's daughter Love isn't mentioned Rumpelstiltskin, after being thwarted, falls through the floor and runs away due to embarrassment Rumpelstiltskin rips himself in two due to anger Is it a fairy tale? Haloin's definition The setting is never defined Rumpelstiltskin is "evil" and the miller's daughter is "good There are not seven characters The daughter has to spin straw into gold three times, and Rumpelstiltskin gives her three days to guess his name Straw is magically spun into gold The king, a member of the royalty, has a part Yes The miller's daughter "wins" YourDictionary.com's Definition Teaches that help is never free and that it comes with
a price Originated in Germany and was passed down orally The story and characters are made-up The existence of the magical character of Rumpelstiltskin is impossible Yes Woodhouse's Definition The miller's daughter is punished for her father's mistake Whether or not it is fiction is debatable, if using Woodhouse's view States the view that men are arrogant, and that arrogance will lead to trouble. Also states that help always comes at a price. Reveals the idea (or truth) that help doesn't come free Written in a very detached manner, simply tells the story without leaning to either side The king is a typical greedy ruler, the miller's daughter is a typical poor, hardworking damsel in distress, Rumpelstiltskin is a typical trickster and manipulator, and the miller is a typical man trying to make others think better of him. None of the characters change, and none of them have more than one or two traits. Yes ...and they all lived happily ever after -THE END by Justin Rose, Cheyenne McIntyre, Anne Jiang, Liz Spila, and Megan Goulding