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The Themes in "Shrek"

Summary: Essay discusses the themes in the movie "Shrek" directed by Vicky Jenson & Andrew Adamson.
Abandoning the route taken by every fairy tale, Disney cartoon, and animated adventure, Shrek embeds itself in the memories of its viewers by treading in a direction never taken by a movie of its Genre. During this most unusual and captivating journey Shrek does not refrain from contradicting and mocking every stereotypes attributed to an animated adventure, and this unique quality allows Shrek to appeal to the adult demographic as well as the younger one. If examined more carefully, Shrek holds in it numerous examples of literary theories. Feminism and post-modernism are just some of the literary theories resonating from the movie Shrek.

Examples of Feminism are abundant in this movie and several aspects of Shrek illustrate this theory. The characters of the dragon and the princess are the main examples of feminism in the movie. Folklore and myths define dragons to be, ferocious fire breathing monsters, these...

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