In this book of Chronicles of Narnia we have four protagonists who are Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy, they were sent to live in a professor’s house during World War II in London. They explore the house and play hide and seek on a rainy day, Lucy, the youngest, finds a wardrobe. Lucy steps inside and finds herself in a strange snowy place. Lucy encounters a Faun named Tumnus, who is surprised to meet a human girl. Tumnus tells Lucy that she has entered Narnia.
We could see in the Rapunzel, how she was forced to leave the house due to the father stealing some rampion from the witch. Apprehensively, the father agrees to give away Rapunzel to the witch. From this event we could see how the mother was in no power to talk or have any say about it. This associates back to the gender stereotypes of women not having any household family power. Furthermore, mother was also the reason why the father went to steal some rampion as she said “Ill die if I do not get any Rampion”.
After facing terrible dangers including evil witches, goblins, trolls, wolf attacks, fires, and a deadly vine, they are captured by the Evil Queen just as they had finished collecting all but one item: a fairy’s tear. The queen takes the items for herself and when asked why tells Alex and Conner how the love of her life was cursed and became her magic mirror. She tells how he slowly lost his personality and memories until he was finally nothing more than a white mask. In response to the
In the first Act, Abigail manipulates the girls into helping her lie about the forest “incident” in the beginning of the play. "Now look you, all of you we danced and Tituba conjured Ruth Putnam 's dead sisters, and that is all. Mark this let either of you breathe a word and I will come to you in the black of some terrible night and I will bring a pointy reckoning that will shudder you." (Miller I, 20). In this quote, Abigail becomes aware of what she did in the forest along with the girl and threatens them to keep silence if they want to keep their lives.
She felt ugly, betrayed, and not on her element. After 2 hours of thinking, she decided to go visit a witch known for black magic in a small town outside of the city. The witch opened the door and asked (in a rough voice): “ what can I help you with?” Kenza explained to her that she had a crush on a guy and he proposed to her cousin for marriage in her house. The witch started laughing and said: “Hmm..should we kill her or kill him?” Kenza answered: No!No! I just don’t want them to get married, I want Doha to lose her mind until he starts hating her.” The witch agreed and asked for a strand of Doha’s hair and a picture of her smiling.
In C. S. Lewis’s The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe the action begins when Lewis’s quote “And then Lucy saw that there was a light ahead of her; not a few inches away from where the back of the wardrobe ought to have been, but a long way off. Something cold was falling on her” (Lewis 7). The four young English siblings referred to as “The Pevensies” moved to a friend’s house in the country due to WWII. The sibling’s parents wanted them unharmed during the war. The four siblings traveled to reside a mansion deep in the northern woods, where a professor and a maid lived.
She runs away from her family. She runs to the only place she can think of the fairy queen shrine. She bows down to it. She Cries out "fairy queen if you do not help me fablehaven will be destroyed. So the fairy queen appears and gives her a potion.
It is at this point when he “turns to his wife” by writing her a letter of all that had occured. We meet her alone on stage revealing her innermost thoughts, which are filled with the imagery of death and destruction. She asks for help from the spirits to essentially change herself into a cold being that is able to perform heinous acts, and even calls upon the night itself to hide her actions in a "blanket" of darkness. Everything that is requested here is the internal and therefore keeping up appearances of a civilized noblewoman, while Lady Macbeth is able to push herself and her husband into darker places. When they finally speak in person for the first time she expresses how apparent he is, and how the look on his face is
The Brothers Grimm, Cinderella - Critical Analysis Description: This dark version of the many original Cinderella stories is by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm, better known as the Grimm brothers. Cinderella is about a young girl who sadly loses her mother due to some kind of sickness, her father marries a woman who has two daughters, shortly after her mother’s death. The daughters are referred to as Cinderella’s “false sisters” due to their evil and wicked tactics during the story and also because they are not related to her by blood. Her father gets completely brainwashed by the stepmother and begins to treat his own daughter the same way they do, like a pest. The stepmother and her daughters use Cinderella’s father for his riches and make her
Later that night, Romeo sneaks out to Juliet’s house, where they plan a marriage. They get married in secret, with only the Friar and Nurse knowing. Romeo angrily kills Juliet’s cousin, Tybalt, causing him to be banned from Verona. Juliet mourns, and is forced to marry Paris by her parents in hopes of her happiness. Juliet does not want to marry him, so she desperately goes to the Friar for help.