3. cinderella, cinderella 2; which features stories of the mice, anastasia and something else, and cinerella 3;where the stepmother gets the wand and turns bac k time
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Popularity is somewhat relative, but seeing as the Cinderella story has been retold in hundreds, if not thousands of cultures, I would think that Cinderella is among the most popular fairy tales.
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There are many Cinderella-like stories from many cultures, so there are many settings. The ancient Egyptian story about the girl Rhodopsis is set in Egypt; the Chinese story about the girl Ye Xian is set in China. There is also an Arabian, Japanese and an Italian version.
The French author Charles Perrault wrote about a girl called Cinderella in 1697. In all of these stories, the girl's house is set in a place without a name.
There are many different setting throughout the Disney movie. A few of the settings are inside the small cottage house with the stepsisters/mother, but the most popular setting is the castle's ballroom, where Cinderella meets the prince.
they made her clean up after them and made her do all the chores.
There are many different versions of Cinderella. One of the most well known was written by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm (The Grimm Brothers) in the 19th century.
Cinderella is an old folktale that exists in many versions in many cultures. The oldest known version dates back to the first century B.C.
The version we're most familiar with in Western culture and the version used by Disney as the basis of his fanciful adaptation (with mice and so on) is the one written by Charles Perreault in 1667. He used some of the trappings of his own period and place, 17th-century France, as elements in his stories.
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Ella(but her sisters call her cinders) - A nobleman's daughter, she is forced to work as the servant of her house because of her controlling stepmother.
Lady Tramaine - Her dads second wife, she is controlling and jealous, she gives her the nickname "Cinderella" because she usually has cinders on her face from cleaning the chimney.
Anastasia and Drizella - Her mean step sisters, close to her age.
The King and his Duke
Animals: Gus and other mice, Lucifer the cat, Bruno her dog, birds......
If you listen carefully (in the Disney movie), when the Duke is reading the declaration just before he fits the slippers on the stepsisters, you can hear him call the prince "Prince Vladimir". It's said quickly, but he says it.
Even if Cinderella had been evil and her sisters had been good, the story would not change much because the Prince was attracted to her based on her appearance at the Ball and her petite shoe size. Perhaps they would not have lived happily ever after - he might have eventually found out that she was evil and given her a divorce realising how shallow he had been in choosing a bride.
Opinion: Evolution is a fairy tale. 1) The glaring lack of transitional fossils has been noted by the evolutionists themselves, such as this statement from the famous paleontologist and evolutionist George G. Simpson; quote: "The regular lack of transitional fossils is not confined to primates alone, but is an almost universal phenomenon."
"The lack of transitional series cannot be explained as being due to the scarcity of material. The deficiencies are real; they will never be filled" (Nilsson, N. Heribert).
"To the unprejudiced, the fossil record of plants is in favor of special creation" (Corner, E.J.H., Contemporary Botanical Thought).
2) Instances of falsifying of evidence by evolutionists, such as Haeckel's drawings, Archaeoraptor, the Cardiff "specimen," and Piltdown Man.
"Haeckel exaggerated the similarities [between embryos of different species] by idealizations and omissions, in a procedure that can only be called fraudulent. His drawings never fooled embryologists, who recognized his fudgings right from the start. The drawings, despite their noted inaccuracies, entered into the standard student textbooks of biology. Once ensconced in textbooks, misinformation becomes cocooned and effectively permanent, because textbooks copy from previous texts. We do, I think, have the right to be both astonished and ashamed by the century of mindless recycling that has led to the persistence of these drawings in a large number, if not a majority, of modern textbooks (Stephen Gould).
Dr. Jonathan Wells published a book in 2002 entitled Icons of Evolution. Dr. Wells states that the book shows that "the best-known 'evidences' for Darwin's theory have been exaggerated, distorted or even faked."
3) Creationists see the "survival of the fittest" and the dating of rock layers by fossils as being perfect tautologies.
4) The fact that some qualified, educated, normal scientists do not believe in evolution. Or at least question it, even if they still preach evolution: "Nine-tenths of the talk of evolutionists is sheer nonsense, not founded on observation and wholly unsupported by facts. This museum is full of proofs of the utter falsity of their views. In all this great museum, there is not a particle of evidence of the transmutation of species" (Dr. Etheridge, Paleontologist of the British Museum).
"To postulate that the development and survival of the fittest is entirely a consequence of chance mutations seems to me a hypothesis based on no evidence and irreconcilable with the facts. It amazes me that this is swallowed so uncritically and readily, and for such a long time, by so many scientists without murmur of protest" (Sir Ernest Chain, Nobel Prize winner).
5) The fact that there is a shared, worldwide tradition among every ancient society that the world was created.
6) Evolving of new species has not been witnessed during known history.
7) Mutations are harmful, not beneficial. One of the tasks of DNA and of long-term breeding is to avoid or repair any changes brought about by mutations. This means that our genetic apparatus is programmed to resist change.
8) Mutations, even if beneficial, do not create new organs.
9) The fact that a great number of fossils have been found in the "wrong" rock-layers according to what evolutionary paleontology would require.
10) The fact that you need DNA to make DNA. No genetic code can be demonstrated to have arisen by chance, together with the ability to read that code and carry out its instructions. Information does not arise spontaneously; and there is an incredible amount of information in even the tiniest cell.
"A living cell is so awesomely complex that its interdependent components stagger the imagination and defy evolutionary explanations" (Michael Denton, author).
"The astounding structural complexity of a cell" (U.S. National Library of Medicine).
Concerning a single structure within a cell: "Without the motor protein, the microtubules don't slide and the cilium simply stands rigid. Without nexin, the tubules will slide against each other until they completely move past each other and the cilium disintegrates. Without the tubulin, there are no microtubules and no motion. The cilium is irreducibly complex. Like a mousetrap, it has all the properties of design and none of the properties of natural selection" (Michael Behe, prof. of biophysics).
11) The problem of the impossibility of abiogenesis in general. "The concept of abiogenesis is not science. It's fantasy" (J.L. Wile, Ph.D.).
12) The fact that evolution was once used as support for the belief that Blacks (or others) are less than highly-evolved humans. "Darwin was also convinced that the Europeans were evolutionarily more advanced than the black races" (Steven Rose, author). He also "reasoned that males are more evolutionarily advanced than females" (B. Kevics, author).
13. The first and second laws of thermodynamics point clearly to a Creator, since things undergo entropy rather than get more orderly over time.
14. "Radiometric techniques may not be the absolute dating methods that they are claimed to be. Age-estimates on a given geological stratum by different radiometric methods are often very different. There is no absolutely reliable long-term radiological clock. The uncertainties inherent in radiometric dating are disturbing to geologists and evolutionists." William D. Stansfield, Ph.D., Instructor of Biology, California Polytechnic State University.
15. "Even total rock systems may be open during metamorphism and may have their isotopic systems changed, making it impossible to determine their geologic age." Prof. Gunter Faure (Department of Geology, The Ohio State University, Columbus.)
16 a). At current rates of erosion the amount of sea-floor sediments actually found do not support a "billions of years" age for the Earth.
b) The amount of Sodium Chloride in the sea, also, is a small fraction of what the "old Earth" theory would postulate.
c) The Earth's magnetic field is decaying too fast to extrapolate a long age for the Earth.
d) The rate of accumulation of Moon-dust has been measured; and the amount of dust on the Moon was found to be vastly less than what scientists had predicted before the Moon-landings.
e) Helium is generated by radioactive elements as they decay. The escape of this helium into the atmosphere can be measured. According to the Evolutionary age of the Earth there should be much more helium in the atmosphere, instead of the 0.05% that is actually there.Also see:
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The theme is modern Cinderella. Mom (evil) and step sisters (also evil) and the whole package. even the pumpkin is just a bus and is breaks down at midnight. Instead of glass slippers though, it's a "zoom" (a MP3 player) and no village, just a highschool. You totally need to watch it. I've watched it 17 times and gonna watch it again.
The most well-known version of Cinderella was written by Charles Perrault in 1697. This marked the introduction of the pumpkin carriage, fairy godmother, and glass slippers.
The "rags-to-riches" theme of Cinderella is also seen in stories from Germany, Korea, Japan, the Philippines, China, and ancient Greece, the oldest known version from circa 1st century BC.
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Cinderella's real first name is Ella. Her evil step sisters call her Cinderella because one night she fell asleep by the fireplace while scrubbing the floor. When she woke up, she was covered in cinders and ashes. Cinderella comes from Cinder Ella. I conclude that this event happened during her childhood, because the reason everyone calls her Cinderella and she addresses herself as Cinderella is probably because she grew up having that nickname.
Her name in most of the books is said to be Cindy, so I think that's her original name.
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