"Cinderella" - The Ideal Woman
The Ideal Woman
Perrault's "Cinderella" is a fairytale which endorses a variety of communal beliefs and values, reflecting the context of society in which it was written in. One of these values significantly developed in the text is the concept of the "ideal" woman, portrayed in the central character of Cinderella embodying all the characteristics of what is considered the epitome of the female role. Cinderella's beauty, kindness and tender nature are the qualities which differentiates herself from the stark contrasting nature of her two stepsisters.
Firstly, Cinderella's extraordinary b…
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