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Hall 1 Ashley Hall Ms. Zhane Watson English IV Honors August 28, 2017 Word Count Walt Disney’s Sleeping Beauty VS. Maleficent How did it all begin? Once upon a time not long ago there was a King named Stefan and his wife Queen Leah. Many years they longed for a child. Their wish was finally granted. Queen Leah gave birth to a beautiful baby girl. She named her Aurora. Princess Aurora was named after the Roman goddess of the dawn "because she fills her father and mother's lives with sunshine 1 . They were so excited to have a baby. So they decided to have a party to celebrate Sweet Aurora’s birth. Everyone in the kingdom was invited except the Evil Fairy Maleficent. King Stefan and Queen Leah’s happiness was short lived because the evil fairy Maleficent, the only person not invited to Aurora's celebration, entered his castle and cursed the baby. Since Maleficent wasn't invited to the baby's celebration, she casted an evil spell upon Aurora that, before the sun sets on her sixteenth birthday, she would prick her finger on the spindle of a spinning wheel and die. After
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