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  • 1. Charles Perrault Fairytales 1
  • 2. HIS LIFE (1628-1703) 2
  • 3. Charles PerraultCharles Perrault (12 January 1628 – 16 May1703) was a French author who lived in thesecond half of XVII century.. He laid thefoundations for a new literary genre, the fairytale, with his works derived from pre-existingfolk tales.Many of Perraults stories were rewritten by theBrothers Grimm, continue to be printed andhave been adapted to opera, ballet (such asTchaikovskys The Sleeping Beauty), theatre,and film (Disney).Charles Perrault was born in Paris. Heattended good schools and studied law beforeembarking on a career in government service.Charles Perrault died in Paris in 1703 at age 75. 3
  • 4. HIS TALES 4
  • 5. Tales of Mother GooseIn 1695, Perrault lost his postas secretary. He decided todedicate himself to his children. In 1697 he published Tales andStories of the Past with Morals subtitled Tales of Mother Goose Its publication marked thebeginnings of a new literarygenre, the fairy tale.This book which containedeight well-chosen stories... 5
  • 6. 1.- Puss in boots 6
  • 7. Puss in boots 7
  • 8. Puss in bootsMoral:There is greatadvantage in receivinga large inheritance,but diligence andingenuity are worthmore than wealthacquired from others. 7
  • 9. Puss in boots 7
  • 10. 2.- Riquet 8
  • 11. RiquetThe Moral.What in this little Talewe find,Is less a fablethan real truth.In thosewe love appear raregifts of mind,And bodytoo: wit, judgment,beauty, youth. 9
  • 12. 3.- Red riding hood 10
  • 13. Red riding hoodMORAL:Never talk to strangers. 11
  • 14. 4.- Little thumb 12
  • 15. Little thumbThemes: It is no afflictionto have many children, ifthey all are good looking,courteous, and strong,but if one is sickly orslow-witted, he will bescorned, ridiculed, anddespised. However, it isoften the little urchinwho brings good fortuneto the entire family. 13
  • 16. 5.- The fairy 14
  • 17. The fairyTHEMES OR MORAL:Diamonds and gold coins mayWork some wonders in theirway;But a gentle word is worthMore than all the gems onearth. 15
  • 18. 6.- Bluebeard 16
  • 19. Bluebeard 17
  • 20. 7.- Cinderella 18
  • 21. Cinderella 19
  • 22. Cinderella 20
  • 23. Cinderella 21
  • 24. Cinderella 21
  • 25. Cinderella 22
  • 26. Cinderella 23
  • 27. 8.- Sleeping beaty 24
  • 28. Sleeping beauty 25
  • 29. Sleeping beauty 26
  • 30. Sleeping beauty 27
  • 31. ARE THESE TALES FAIRYTALES ? 28
  • 32. Do these stories have.... 29
  • 33. Do these stories have.... Magic & Special Universal Recurrent beginning A good An evil enchantm and / or Royalty Poverty truth patterns character character ents ending words Littlethumb 👍 👎 👍 👍 👍 👍 👍 👍 Redriding ⭕ ⭕ ⭕ ⭕ ⭕ ⭕ ❌ ❌ hoodThe 💎 💎 💎 💎 💎 💎fairyBlue 💀 💀 💀 💀 💀beard 29
  • 34. 30
  • 35. Magic & Special Universal Recurrent beginning A good An evil enchantm and / or Royalty Poverty truth patterns character character ents ending wordsPuss in boots 👍 👎 👍 👍 👍 👍 👍 👍 Riquet with ⭕ ⭕ ⭕ ⭕ ⭕ ⭕ ❌ ❌the tuftCinde 👗 👗 👗 👗 👗 👗 👗rellaSleepi ng 💤 💤 💤 💤 💤 💤beaut y 30