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Character Grid -3 - My P. Le WG211 JP2011 Character Grid...

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My P. Le WG211 – JP2011 Character Grid for Beauty and the Beast “Beauty and the Beast”, written by Madame Leprince de Beaumont in 1756, taken the plot from Madame de Villeneuve in 1740, who, in turn, may have found the theme of human-beast marriage almost anywhere. Character Archetype(s) Difference Beauty (Belle) Virgin/ Good girl Even though the film was made rather faithful to the original story in terms of events, the acting in the film brought about different impressions than those inferred from reading the original story. Both of the film and the story depict Beauty (Belle) as a strong-willed girl with her own inner power to make decisions of her own life; however, the story gives a more realistic image of Beauty as a determined yet considerate girl. Belle in the film acted so dramatically and there was almost no feelings expressed in her face for all the time, which gave me the impression that everything she did was only out of her good sense of morality, but not from her own heart’s feeling of love. Beauty, in the story, had her emotions expressed clearly and
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This note was uploaded on 10/27/2011 for the course ECON 125 taught by Professor Diannelabert during the Spring '11 term at Hamilton College.

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