Common Stereotypes In Cinderella

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In the story "Cinderella", Cinderella is a young girl who is abused and treated as a servant by her evil step-mother. This story can be analyzed from a feminist perspective. The story portrays the women using common negative stereotypes. For example, Cinderella's evil stepmother is widowed, old, ugly, and mean. She represents the stereotypes that women are cruel and jealous. She also represents a common stereotype and belief among todays society that women marry for money, also, women are conceitted. Cinderella also represents common stereotypes amongst women. Cinderella is blonde and naive, supporting the "dumb blonde" phrase, as she does nothing to change her life and just feels sorry for herself. She also represents that women are weak
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