The original Rapunzel is completely different than the one we know. It is a darker story where her parents are poor and so they give her away to a sorceress and she is locked up in a tower at the age of twelve. The reason they have to give her away is because the father stole a herd named rapunzel. Although, it is similar in a way to both the film and book since they are looking for the herb. In the story, they never mention the parents again.
Ultimately, Belle is the Beast’s prisoner and has to do what he says to survive. For instance, the first few nights at the castle, the Beast forces Belle to go on dates with him and bribes her with food so she must come down from her room. The first night in the castle, Belle refuses to eat with the Beast because she is not hungry. She was just told she would be imprisoned for life and would never see her father again. The Beast storms upstairs to her bedroom and bangs on her door yelling, “I told you to come down for dinner!” Belle replies, “I’m not hungry.” In response, the Beast says, in an even angrier tone, “You come out or I’ll break down the door!” His servants (i.e., the tea pot, clock and candle) tell him to ask her nicely to come join him for a meal but he does not think he should have to grovel.
The biological mother of Rapunzel falls ill during pregnancy, in order to restore her health it is imperative that receives the magical plant that is Rapunzel. The enchantress holds this plant in order to remain young but when the Queen acquires the plant and regains health, the enchantress becomes ultimately infuriated. To gain revenge the enchantress who is referred to as ‘Mother Gothel’ kidnaps Rapunzel from her parents in order to remain youthful and avoid the aging process. Looking closely at both of these events, some features are similar while others have distinct contrasts. The Grimm Brothers tale bases the story on how the parents give away their child in exchange for the Rapunzel plant, while the contemporary Disney tale bases the plot on the kidnapping of the child by the enchantress.
The Witch is preparing to kill Edmund as the rescue party arrives. Aslan and his followers rescue Edmund, but are unable to find the Witch, who disguises herself as part of the landscape. Edmund is happy to see his siblings, as he has accepted that the Witch is evil. The next day, the Witch and Aslan speak and the Witch demands Edmund 's life because she says that Edmund is a traitor. The Witch says that according to the Deep Magic of Narnia, a traitor life 's is forfeit to the Witch.
Overcome by lust and his sense of his own power, he rapes her. The court is scandalized by the crime and decrees that the knight should be put to death by decapitation. However, Arthur’s queen and other ladies of the court intercede on his behalf and ask the king to give him one chance to save his own life. Arthur, wisely obedient to wifely counsel, grants their request. The queen presents the knight with the following challenge: if, within one year, he can discover what women want most in
Baucis replied back that he and his wife never wanted to be separated and to die at the same time. As they went into the underworld their bodies became tree stumps. The Quest of the Golden Fleece Athamas is a Greek king that got tired of his wife so, he married another one Princess Ino. Nephele was scared of her kids. Her kid Phrixus,was killed by Ino so her son could inherit the kingdom.
However, it was during the 1970s that Carter became “more explicitly and systematically interested in narrative models that pre-date the novel: fairy tales, folk tales, and other forms that develop by accretion and retelling,” and focused on editing, translating and rewriting fairy tales. Marina Warner writes that “Angela Carter’s quest for Eros, her perseverance in the attempt to ensnare its nature in her imagery, her language, her stories, drew her to fairy tales as a form.” The Bloody Chamber (1979) is Carter’s crucial
The child was kidnapped by Mother Gothel, because that was the only way she would continue to look young, by keeping the child to herself. Second, the events really differentiate the situation. In the Disney version, the pregnant “Queen falls ill and their only hope is that magic plant” . Then, the King sends his guards to get that magic plant. Mother Gothel did not want to show the King’s men the flower, but she accidently pushed back the cage where she was hiding the flower.
The mermaid is overwhelmed with human worlds that often leads to the top of the sea she wishes that that she could go up there to how it is but her father tells her that she is too young to go up above the sea. One day the mermaid went up there without her father permission and she witnesses a shipwreck and rescues a prince whom she instantly fell in love. The furious father lack to understand her love for the prince, she runs away and made a deal with the evil witch of a sister to turn her life from living underwater to the reality life that she dreams to be on land. (Metaphrog and Andersen pg
Of course the brutal step-sisters asked for exotic dresses, the shiniest pearls and diamonds but Cinderella being modesty she only said to break off the first twig that brushes against her father hat on his way home. After the father came home and gave his daughters what they asked for he gave Cinderella the twig from the hazel branch. She planted right on her mother 's grave, she wept so much she watered it. Another comparison it says in the French and German version that her real mother died. Every time Cinderella went to the grave a white bird would give any wish Cinderella crave.