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Beauty and the Beast

Summary: Short essay about "Beauty and the Beast" and the similarities between myths and fairy tells.
The story of "Beauty and the Beast" is very similar to many ancient myths. They both contain many of the same qualities. Motifs are often used in stories, as well as myths. The motifs that were used in this story include the monster husband, violated taboos, and impossible tasks. "Beauty and the Beast" also displays many characteristics of a myth. It talks about universal themes, moral expectations, and meaning to life.

In the story "Beauty and the Beast" the author talks about many impossible tasks. Beauty desires nothing more than to see her father in this story. She looks into a great glass and can see anything she wants. There were also taboos violated in "Beauty and the Beast." Beauty lived with Beast before they were married. Long ago this was believed to be immoral. Moral expectations were shown in this fairy tale. Jeanne Marie LePrince de Beaumont...

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