019 – Cinderella

Comparing and contrasting Disney’s “Cinderella” with “Cinderella” or “The Little Glass Slipper” and “Aschenputtel” by The Brothers Grimm.

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“Fairy Tale” by Samuel Plachtinsky

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Recommended Reading

Cinderella Tales From Around the World by Heidi Anne Heiner

Cinderella ; or The Little Glass Slipper by Charles Perrault (Project Gutenberg)

Aschenputtel by The Brothers Grimm


Bibliography

Print

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Perrault, Charles, et al. Perrault’s Fairy Tales. Dover Publications, 1969.

Film
Cinderella. Dir. Clyde Geronimi, Wilfred Jackson, and Hamilton Luske. Perf. Ilene Woods. Disney, 1950. DVD.

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