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Beauty and the Beast February 2009 CmpE 202-05 Abstract A prince had no love or affection, was cursed to become a beast by an Enchantress. Learning to love another and earn her love in return is the only way he could break the spell, but only before the last petal of his enchanted rose fell. Several years later, the Beast imprisoned a man who accidentally broke into his castle. The man’s daughter came to rescue her father and offered her place in his instead. The Beast hoped she is the one, who can break the spell and accepted the request with a promise she will remain in the castle forever. Description of Domain Enchantress cursed Prince Adam to a beast, because he had no love in his heart. His servants were also transformed into household objects. If Prince Adam wants to be human again, he would need to learn to love another and earn her love in return, before the last petal of his enchanted rose fell; otherwise, he will be a beast forever.
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Figure 1 The Beast and enchanted rose Figure 2 the Beast’s servants, Cogsworth, Lumière, and Chip Ten years later, an inventor, Maurice, got lost on his way to an inventor’s event and accidentally broke into the Beast’s castle. The Beast imprisoned him for trespassing. Figure 3 Maurice was imprisoned Maurice’s daughter, Belle, came to rescue him and offered her place in his instead. The Beast hoped she is the one who can break the spell and accepted the request with a promise she will remain in the castle forever.
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Figure 4 Belle The Beast quickly fell in love with Belle, and it tried his best to win her love in return. At the night, which the Beast was, going to propose to Belle, Belle found out her father was sick. Belle asked the Beast, if she can go home to take care of her father. The Beast released Belle because it loves her. Figure 5 The Beast fell in love with Belle Gaston, who also loves Belle, found out Belle likes the Beast; moreover, he led villagers to attack the Beast’s castle and tried to kill the Beast.
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Figure 6 Gaston who also likes Belle While Gaston was fighting with the Beast, Belle came back to the castle to make sure the Beast is all right. Gaston falls into a ravine, when he tried to kill the Beast on the roof. At the Beast’s last gasp just before the last petal of the enchanted rose fell, Belle found out she was already in love with the Beast. Therefore, the spell was broke, and the Beast and its servants were transformed back to human. In the end, Belle and
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