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Fairy Tale Allusions

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Kat Dizon

on 6 November 2014

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Transcript of Fairy Tale Allusions

• A prince searches for a princess to marry, but none of the girls he finds are suitable to him and are not true princesses
• A girl appears at the prince's castle claiming to be a princess
• The queen decides to test the girl to see if she is really a princess
• She places a pea underneath 20 mattresses where the girl sleeps
• “How did you sleep last night?”
• The girl could not sleep the whole night, and the prince marries her
The Princess and the Pea
The Ugly Duckling
a mother duck laid 6 eggs in her nest
7th egg was larger than all
much uglier than the others
tormented by farm animals and humans
"'We don't understand you? Who can understand you, I wonder?...Believe me, I speak only for your own good. I may tell you unpleasant truths, but that is a proof of my friendship. I advise you, therefore, to lay eggs, and learn to purr as quickly as possible.'"
duck feels lost and out of place
finds family in the end
Snow White
Snow White is a princess whose mother dies and father remarries
Stepmother hires a huntsman to kill Snow White for her beauty
Snow White runs away into the forest and finds a house of seven dwarfs
She eats her stepmother's poisonous apple and falls into a sleep
The princess is awaken by her prince with true love's kiss
by Aileen Nguyen, Yenni Lee, Katrina Dizon
Fairy Tale Allusions
Hamelin, a rich town becomes dangered by a large population of rats
The council debates on how to get rid or the infestation
The Pied Piper and offers to get rid of the rats by the next day for 1,000 florins
Rats are gone by morning thanks to the Pied Piper
The council refuses to pay the Pied Piper what he deserves
The Pied Piper of Hamelin
a poor miller had a beautiful daughter who always exaggerated the truth
told the king she could spin straw into gold
an opportunity to have his daughter marry royalty so she can become queen
poor miller's daughter spent 3 nights in a tower
Rumpelstiltskin appears and offers to spin the straw into gold in trade of her necklace
third night, nothing to offer, so Rumpelstiltskin demands her first child when she's queen
Rumpelstiltskin makes an exception
gives queen 3 days to figure out his name
queen figures out
Rumpelstiltskin tears himself in two out of anger
Little Red Riding Hood
Grandma's gift of red velvet helped her become known as "Little Red Riding Hood"
Walks through the forest with a basket of goods and meets the wolf
Wolf tricks her by making her disobey her mother's rules to pretend he is grandma so he can them both and the goods
Huntsman saves the grandman and Little Red Riding Hood by cutting the wolf open
Appearances can be deceiving
don't judge a book by its cover
treat others the way you want to be treated
"ugly duckling" refers to someone or something out of place, feeling like they don't belong
(i.e. Stitch in Lilo and Stitch)
The Pied Piper becomes furious
He gets all the kids to follow him the following night and traps them as a punishment
The Pied Piper is seen as an ambiguous person with leadership qualities
The phrase "pay the piper" is coined by The Pied Piper of Hamelin. It means to pay a price that is almost unfair, if not payed you may receive consequences
don't make promises you can't keep
telling a lie can start a chain reaction
Rumplestiltskin thinks he is unstoppable
"turning straw into gold" referring to the poor miller's daughter turning into a queen
the number 3
3 nights the miller's daughter was locked in the tower
3 days to figure out Rumpelstiltskin's name
To not be naive and gullible like Snow was with the apple
The phrase "you're being a dope," originated from one of the seven dwarfs, Dopey
the poisonous apple
correlation to how Satan offered Adam and Eve the forbidden fruit
the concept of ressurection
Snow White died then came back to life, just like Jesus rose from the dead
Temptations lure people from the morally right thing to do
Second coming
Works Cited
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