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Unformatted text preview: In class assignment week #5: In class today we learned about both Myths and Fairy Tales. Originally Fairy Tales were supposed to be told verbally, but as the tails started to be spread around the world by famous people like the Brothers Grimm people, Monks back in the beginning, started of write them out, changing them slightly to meet the standards to their religion, hence why we have so many different versions of some stories, like "Cinderella" and "The Little Mermaid". For example, in the original "Cinderella", they would cut off portions of the woman's foot in order to get it to fit in the glass slipper and the slipper would fill with blood, or in the original "Little Mermaid" what Ariel wanted was considered the work of magic and she had to pay a price, and that price was to have her tongue cut out in order for her to go meet her prince charming and live the life she wanted. Anyway, in order to have a proper Fairy Tale, you need the following: A person with a task, either given or taken....
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This note was uploaded on 02/18/2011 for the course MATH 101 taught by Professor Kindle during the Spring '11 term at South Texas College.
- Spring '11