In the Grimm Brothers version of Cinderella the theme is what you push out into the world is what people get in return. That is the message believed to come from the Grimm Brothers because she was treated badly and at the end the evil stepsisters get there eyes pecked out the helper birds that helped make Cinderella dress and shoes. In the Little Golden Book version of Cinderella the beloved theme is ensure kindness and carry courage with oneself and the rest will follow. That is believed to the theme because when Cinderella was kind and had courage everything good in her life followed, like her gog to the ball and having a new and fair life with the prince. In the 2015 Disney Film of Cinderella the theme is believed to be, have kindness and have
She then goes to the ball to meet the prince. However, she has to leave the ball at midnight as the magic wears off and she turns back into her former self. She leaves behind a glass slipper that the prince uses to find her and they both live happily ever after. The main focus of this comparison essay is to analyze the similarities and differences of two movie versions of Cinderella: Rodger’s and Hammerstein’s Cinderella and A Cinderella Story.There are a number of similarities in both versions of the movie. Both movies illustrate the mistreatment of step children, the importance of young girls having a father figure in their lives, and the hope of finding true love and living happily ever after.
Some people act differently towards each other depending on who they’re talking to. They usually talk in a more proper manner with someone who is high in society than with someone who’s low in society. Since Cinderella’s father had recently remarried, she had to live with her step-mother and step-sisters. Cinderella did all the chores and assisted her sisters to prepare for the ball. Although she wasn’t allowed to go with her sisters, she accepted help from her Fairy Godmother to prepare to make her way there.
If you heard about the Cinderella story and read George Bernard Shaw’s “Pygmalion”, you would know that both stories are similar in numerous ways but also different too. In Shaw’s Pygmalion which was taken place in London , the main character “Eliza” portrays Cinderella. Cinderella who lived in France, was a girl who was underappreciated and treated horribly by her stepmother and siblings. Both girls was poor in the beginning but the outcome made them rich Some ways that we can compare Eliza’s life to Cinderella’s are, not knowing anything about their real mother and the lack of morals the parental figure has, that both girls were poor and from the underclass who blossomed, they both had a fairy god-person as their mentor, they got out of the social nuisance they lived in, the social criticism and lastly both Eliza and Cinderella was dependent. Eliza’s and Cinderella’s mother had died when they both was really young, but in Cinderella’s case her father remarried and eventually died and was left with her step mother and step sisters and Eliza’s father abandoned her and only checks on her when he needs money.
Prince Ramiro dressed up as a beggar and a servant to visit the Don Magnifico’s family so as to observe those girls who want to be his wife, but Clorinda and Tisbe treated him impolitely and asked him to go away. This act sets a clearer image of the two devious stepsister and also emphasis a kind-hearted Cenerentola image.
This leads Pecola to struggle to find her identity, in a time where perception is everything. Pecola is challenged by the idea that her mother prefers her work life, that they have an outdated house, and that she does not look like the Shirley Temple doll with blue eyes. Morrison went into great detail when describing the elegance and beauty that was present in the Fisher home, to demonstrate that those who do not fit into the ideal American life often feel shame. The Breedlove family lived a very simple life, and in no way did they fit into what society believed to be correct. Mrs. Breedlove was the only member of the family that truly understood what the American Dream looked like.
When Shug Avery finally arrived at Mr. _____’s house, Celie was shocked that a woman could be so beautiful. On the other hand, Shug did not think the same. Shug, a rebellious singer who does not care what others think, thought Celie was ugly and did not want anything to do with her; even though, Celie is forced to wait on her hand and foot. Overtime, however, Celie and Shug begin to tolerate each other. As Lovalerie King describes, “Celie develops a meaningful relationship with Shug Avery, Walker stresses reciprocity in the relationship between Shug and Celie; each woman helps the other toward physical, psychological, and spiritual health”.
Disney have showed negative portrayals of Disney princesses in their films especially when it comes to their usual unattainable beauty ideal and portraying their princesses as inferior to men. There are also negative life lessons found in Disney films. Some examples are on how it’s a must for each girl to become a princess; ugly people are evil and immoral and that being beautiful is moral and; almost all Disney films would have a happily ever after which is not true in real life. With all these flaws found in Disney films, Disney princesses should be portrayed in a way that will have a positive impact on young girls. Disney has created many Disney princesses that have had an impact on young girls.
Though this is highlighted in the story with some instances of Cinderella forgiving her sisters and always been kind to them in spite of their torture, this is suppressed by bringing out the importance of beauty by transforming Cinderella into a beautiful girl to attend the ball and the Prince falling in love with her at the first glance. It cannot be denied that the Prince fell in love with Cinderella merely on catching the first glimpses of her beauty. Even the fairy godmother finds it essential to magically transform her ragged clothes into an astonishing dress. “Even the King/ old though he was, could not stop looking at her, and said quietly to the Queen that it was a long time since he had seen so beautiful and charming a girl.” Even the King is charmed by her beauty and would be willing to accept her without even knowing her true colors. All these events highlight the important of beauty over
Higgins home. When his mother tells Higgins of the mistreatment he had given Eliza he informs her “he can’t find anything.” (Shaw act V 106) showing how much he ended up relying on Eliza. Eliza soon comes down from upstairs and ignores Higgins similarly to how he did previously showing the change of power. She then goes on and tells Pickering on how grateful she is for him to have treated her