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What is the significance of shoe test in Cinderella?
December 08, 2007 2:39AM
Well Cinderella's shoe was uncaracteristically small and the king wanted his son to get married, so they did the test thinking that only one girl could possible have that small of feet.
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What did Cinderella leave behind on the stairs of the castle?
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What kind of shoe did Cinderella lose running from the ball at midnight?
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What is the conflict in Cinderella the fariy tale?
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What is the plot in Cinderella story?
Cinderella's father remarries and her new stepmother has two daughters. Then her father dies and Cinderella is treated like a slave by her stepmother. She wants to go to the ball to meet the prince but her stepmother says no. Her fairy godmother takes her to the ball and the prince falls in love. She has to leave at midnight but loses a shoe. The prince takes the shoe and finds Cinderella.
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