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    • 1. Sleeping BeautyChante’ NewcombDST Assignment 1 March 2, 2011
    • 2. Once Upon a Time There was the birth of a beautiful princess; and a beautifulchristening where her 7 fairy godmothers offered many gifts such as beauty, wit, and musical talent...
    • 3. The CurseA gift of her wicked fairy godmother was, upon reaching adulthood; shewould prick her finger on the spindle of the spinning wheel, and fall intoa deep sleep for 100 years. Her father, the king, forbade any spindles inthe kingdom. But the princess at 16, was lured into a castle by thewicked fairy godmother in disguise and ultimately the curse wasfulfilled...
    • 4. After a 100 years...a prince heard of the story and came to her rescue. He kissed the princessand everyone in the castle woke up... And they lived happily ever after...
    • 5. A brief history...The earliest printed version, dating from the 1620s, had more in common with Greek mythologythan with modern versions of today.Sleeping Beauty evolved from folklore in the 1600s, to ballet and musical compositions in the1800s. The Grimm’s wrote "Briar rose" for their own collection of tales, in 1812.Each culture has it’s own rendition of Sleeping Beauty, all depicting the universal theme of theprotagonist and antagonist story. Sleeping beauty provides morals for little ones growing up,and with each culture, the morals change the story slightly...
    • 6. A modern twist...Sleeping Beauty has changed and adapted with Technology in ways the original authors neverimagined...Disney’s animated feature of Sleeping Beauty circa 1959, was based on The Grimms tale of1812, and is still admired today.Sleeping Beauty was used as a theme in "Zelda II: The Adventure of Link", a sleeping curse is puton Princess Zelda by the evil wizard and a prince must awake the princess in order to win thegame.Mattel in 2009 produced Barbie as Sleeping Beauty, and more recently as themes in anotherDisney’s movie, enchanted...
    • 7. Changes to the story...in some early versions the princess had a different fate, In fact Underlying themes of abuse havealways surrounded the story. this important detail was lost around the time of the Grimmrendition, it is said another version of Sleeping Beauty portrayed a much different ending.When the prince kissed his beauty and brought back to life the castle, he possibly sealed notonly her fate but restored her innocence when parts of the story were left to history...
    • 8. Sleeping Beauty best story ever or an outdated folklore? Sleeping beauty is one of my favorite stories because it shows life can present unavoidable risks, And sometimes we take those risks in the name of love.Even with technology the essence of the original story of sleepingBeauty has remained the same.Sleeping Beauty has survived the test of time, with a few changes it has risked everything to remain a much loved story that has passed down through the ages...
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    • 11. ReferencesAshliman, D.L. (1998-2009). Sleeping Beauty. Retrieved March 2, 2011. From http://www.pitt.edu/~dash/type0410.html#grimmDulac E., (1910). Sleeping Beauty [Digital Images]. Retrieved March 2, 2011 from http://talesoffaerie.blogspot.com/2010/06/sleeping-beauty-very-brief-history.htmlHeiner, H. (January, 1999). The History of Sleeping Beauty. Retrieved March 2, 2011 from http://www.surlalunefairytales.com/sleepingbeauty/history.htmlTchaikovsky, P. (1890). The Sleeping Beauty Ballet Suite, Op. 66a: II. Pas d’Action-Adagio. [MP3].

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