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WG 211 Women in Myth and Fairy Tale Marilyn R. Pukkila January 2011 Character Grids for Psyche and Beauty For a character grid, you should start by listing the title of the story and the source/author/culture/time period of that version of the story. Next, list ALL the female characters in the story. Then, identify the archetype(s), ancient and/or contemporary that this character matches (virgin, wise woman, witch, etc). List them in a column next to the column entry of the appropriate character. Finally, consider how each character differs (or not) from her equivalent character in other versions of the story. Of course, for the first version of each story (“East o’ the Sun” and “Beauty and the Beast”), you won’t have anything to compare them to. This will become the third column in your grids, and will get fuller as we read more versions (since you’ll have more material with which to make comparisons). So we might have (see over):
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“Cinderella” traditional folk tale from many global regions and time
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