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persinette epub Persinette PDFThers' Rapunzel learn about the authoress Mlle de La Force and discover answers to uestions such as why Persinette's father traded her for a fistful of parsley and how she survived for years alone in her wild.

Thers' Rapunzel learn about the authoress Mlle de La Force and discover answers to uestions such as why Persinette's father traded her for a fistful of parsley and how she survived for years alone in her wild.

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[EPUB] ✼ Persinette ✿ Charlotte-Rose de Caumont de La Force – Army-of-northern-virginia.co A hundred years before Rapunzel there was Persinette Before the Old Witch ever locked Rapunzel in a tower a Fairy set out to change Persinette's destiny Read the French fairy tale that inspired the GA hundred years before Rapunzel there was Persinette Before the Old Witch ever locked Rapunzel in a tower a Fairy set out to change Persinette's destiny Read the French fairy tale that inspired the Grimm Bro.

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Kindle Charlotte-Rose de Caumont de La Force × × Persinette Epub ´ Charlotte Rose de Caumont de La Force or Mademoiselle de La Force 1654–1724 was a French novelist and poet Her best known work was her 1698 fairy tale Persinette which was adapted by the Brothers Grimm in 1812 as the story Rapunzel1She was the daughter of François de Caumont de La Force eighth son of Marshal de La Force maruis de Castelmoron and of Marguerite de Viçose Raised as a Hugue

8 thoughts on “Persinette

  1. Olivia-Savannah Roach Olivia-Savannah Roach says:

    Kindle Charlotte-Rose de Caumont de La Force × × Persinette Epub ´ persinette epub, Persinette PDFIt was interesting to read this version of the Rapunzel fairytale It was so shocking to see that the fairy isolated Rapunzel for her protection and kind of refreshing to see Rapunzel was perfectly content and happy there It added an extra layer of the villain not necessarily being a villain until 'other' people decide that she is and therefore it leads on to the fairy doing some troublesome thingsI also found the true villain in the bgeginning to be the prince actually He pushes the perfectly happy fairy and Rapunzel into doing things which are uestionable He loves and marries and does with Rapunzel when she is still confused and not really sure of what is going on In my opinion that is him taking advantage of her and made me actually uite a bit angry to see in this storyThe ending has traces of the fairytale I grew up knowing but does go in a different direction too It is almost extended The magic in this one made sense than in the Grimm tale because the story is e


  2. Marquise Marquise says:

    Kindle Charlotte-Rose de Caumont de La Force × × Persinette Epub ´ persinette epub, Persinette PDFMy second reread of this fairy tale is the edition translated by Laura Christensen that includes all 3 Rapunzel tales Petrosinella by Giambattista Basile the original as far as we know Persinette by Charlotte Rose de


  3. Ana Ana says:

    Kindle Charlotte-Rose de Caumont de La Force × × Persinette Epub ´ persinette epub, Persinette PDFA hundred years before Rapunzel there was Persinette and the brothers Grimm owe Charlotte Rose de Caumont de La Force a lot This version also makes me dislike the Prince but overall it's mostly the same story I grew


  4. Samantha Samantha says:

    Kindle Charlotte-Rose de Caumont de La Force × × Persinette Epub ´ persinette epub, Persinette PDFI really enjoyed this version of Rapunzel It's so pretty


  5. Blake Blake says:

    Kindle Charlotte-Rose de Caumont de La Force × × Persinette Epub ´ persinette epub, Persinette PDFDisclaimer I know the author and support her on PatreonI enjoyed reading another version of the Rapunzel story This book opened my eyes to the long varied history of the story Who knew that there was such a give and take in Europe with folk tales Laura has included two public domain alternatives to the story one Italian and one from the brothers Grimm in English translation But what takes this short book from entertaining to informative is the commentary Laura gives background information on the story the author and the translation process The commentary explains how attitudes towards humoring pregnant women was so strong how t


  6. Amanda Clark Amanda Clark says:

    Kindle Charlotte-Rose de Caumont de La Force × × Persinette Epub ´ persinette epub, Persinette PDFThis little book was absolutely fascinating to me If I learned one thing it's that I've never truly read Rapunzel Apparently every version I've read has been extremely cleaned up in some ways yet made adventurous in othersI loved having all three different versions side by side along with the commentary and research on them as I read through each tale Laura p


  7. Simon Roy Hughes Simon Roy Hughes says:

    Kindle Charlotte-Rose de Caumont de La Force × × Persinette Epub ´ persinette epub, Persinette PDFThe first thing that strikes me is that there is much work involved in this small book than the price tag suggests Christensen has thoroughly researched the background of the Rapunzel tales and their authors; evaluated the values of a number of translations from three different languages; and lastly conscientiously translated de la Force's text into modern English that also hints at an earlier period The presentation of the tales with their introductions makes it plain to see the evolution of the tale into the Grimm version that is most familiar today All in all this is a very interesting read for those of us interested in folk and fairy tales literary translation and European literary history I look forward to


  8. Hayley Stone Hayley Stone says:

    Kindle Charlotte-Rose de Caumont de La Force × × Persinette Epub ´ persinette epub, Persinette PDFNot only is this a solid and captivating translation of the lesser known Rapunzel tale Persinette by Mlle de La Force but Christensen also provides several other versions of the story for comparison and delves into the historical context of their respective authors I especially enjoyed reading about how pregnancy essentially became a kind of power reversal between husband and wife; within this cultural framework the stories of Persinette Petrosinella and Rapunzel make greater sense


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