Fairy Tales of Germany Notes for Final Project
Fairy Tales of Germany Notes for Final Project GRMN2503
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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by Isabel Trede on Sunday May 1, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to GRMN2503 at a university taught by Professor Schmiesing in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 24 views.
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Date Created: 05/01/16
Disnification of the Grimm tales (review) What did Jack Zipes mean by disnification? Made the tales softer/more kid-friendly, changing the values in the tales, more happily ever after endings of the tales, disnified view of what a happy ending is, evolving gender roles in Disney tales= beauty and the beast- bell reads and is curious, Mulan- woman soldier, Brave, Tangled, The Little Mermaid- she defied her father and went off on her own, Frozen, … Zipes also points out that there was no merchandise with the Grimm tales, but that much of Disney is about the theme parks and merchandise and other stuff besides just the actual tales Disnification and Commercialization of Grimm Tales in TV Once Upon a Time Whenever Disney characters become popular, they show up on the show structure of Disney adaptations the meeting of reality and fantasy (Once Upon a Time, Enchanted, Harry Potter, Ella Enchanted, etc.) = more relatable, attainable happy endings, spark to boring real world
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