Fairy Tale Essay | Fairytale Structures in Various Genres including Film

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Fairytale Structures in Various Genres including Film

Summary: Fairytales have evolved through time just as we have, including the various values and attitudes that are echoed to us, via the implementation of various motifs typical to the diverse structures of fairytales. Through evolving cultures, fairytales have been developed from written literature into films such as Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella to Everafter and Little Red Cap to The Company of Wolves. Their values and attitudes have both been retained and discarded, to which I will explore with you today.<
Fairytales, a familiarity for all of us, a wonderous world of fantasy and enchantment. They have evolved through time just as we have, including the various values and attitudes that are echoed to us, via the implementation of various motifs typical to the diverse structures of fairytales. Through evolving cultures, fairytales have been developed from written literature into films such as Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella to Everafter and Little Red Cap to The Company of Wolves. Their values and attitudes have both been retained and discarded, to which I will explore with you today.

Beauty and the Beast is the story that explores the moral that has been conserved through the ages: beauty is truly skin deep. As in the written version by Madame Jeanne Marie LePrince de Beaumont, the romantic, rhythmic nature of the French 1800s context is demonstrated through the...

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