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Fairy Tales

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Natasha Desai

on 17 December 2014

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Transcript of Fairy Tales

Modern Fairy Tales have become more appealing to audiences in the way they teach lessons as opposed to the dark methods used in the past
Fairy Tales
Fairy
\ˈfer-ē\, noun:
Purpose
Shares knowledge and social experiences
Imparts lessons and values
To make a statement about the world the authors live in
Origins
Once upon a time...
Fairy Tales
Make-believe aspects
Magic
Major Conflict
Lesson
Good versus Evil
Elements
100AD - 1699
1700-1799
1800-1899
1900-Present
The Beginnings
100-200 A.D. -
Cupid and Psyche
, first "fairy tale"
1600s - Giambattista Basile,
Il Pentamerone

Russian Folklore
Brothers Grimm
Hans Christian Andersen
Cinderella
Snow White
The Little Mermaid
Modern
Snow White and the Huntsman
Frozen
Brave
Maleficent
Cinder
Collected by W.R. Shedden-Ralston
Ivan Tsarevich
Koschei
The Treasure
Russian Tales
The persona (hero)
The shadow (villain)
Lesson's
The original Snow White
Brothers Grimm
Dark Aspects
Widely known fairy tales:
Thumbelina
Ugly Duckling
The Little Mermaid
The Snow Queen
Hans Christian Andersen
First Children's Fairy Tales
Giambattista Basile
Il Pentamerone
- 1634
First anthology
Not intended for children
Morals stated at the end of each story
"Sun, Moon, and Talia"
Folk Tales
Fairy Tales
- passed down through
generations

- told verbally

-representative of entire culture
-started with women

-descriptive

-extraordinary events
Common Characteristics

-Morals stated at the end

-Emphasis on the Male figure

-Showing mercy results in later rewards

-Impossible task to win a maiden
Common Characteristics
-Violence

-No happy ending for evil
Common Characteristics
-Kindness

-Friendship

-Happy ending for both good and evil



The Classic Disney era
Common Characteristics
-Female hero

-Courage

-Bravery
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