Beauty And The Beast



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    The 1700s introduced fairy tales to the world Charles Perrault penned the most famous one, Cinderella, which has spurred countless adaptations Influenced by Perrault, Gabriella Suzanne Barbot de Villenueve wrote the original Beauty and the Beast in 1740 Her story has also produced adaptations, most famously Disney s story about Belle and the Beast Yet, Villenueve s tale little resembles the modern animated film, and is an interesting study in the origins of fairy tales A well to do merchan The 1700s introduced fairy tales to the world Charles Perrault penned the most famous one, Cinderella, which has spurred countless adaptations Influenced by Perrault, Gabriella Suzanne Barbot de Villenueve wrote the original Beauty and the Beast in 1740 Her story has also produced adaptations, most famously Disney s story about Belle and the Beast Yet, Villenueve s tale little resembles the modern animated film, and is an interesting study in the origins of fairy tales A well to do merchant is the father to six daughters and six sons He is to embark on a journey and asks his children what gift they desire upon his return Eleven voices clamor for jewelry or riches, but one, the youngest daughter named Beauty, asks for a rose The merchant travels and then finds himself at a magnificent castle...

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    This is such a tough rating for me I want to give it five stars, but I want to give it two at the same time A happy medium of 3.5 doesn t feel right though I ve always loved the Disney version of this fairy talethan anything, and I loved this original version too At the same time, I kind of hated it No, that s too strong of an emotion I was semi bored through most of it I love the story, but not the writing However, it may have just been this translation, so I m going to find anoth This is such a tough rating for me I want to give it five stars, but I want to give it two at the same time A happy medium of 3.5 doesn t feel right though I ve always loved the Disney version of this fairy talethan anything, and I loved this original version too At the same time, I kind of hated it No, that s too strong of an emotion I was semi bored through most of it I love the story, but not the writing However, it may have just been this translation, so I m going to find another one and try it again Better yet, when I brush up on my French enough to read a book, I ll read the original Nothing is ever as good as a translation At the same time, some of it was just so long winded The last 40 pages or so were history info...

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    This was such an exquisite read made all thedelightful thanks to MiniLima s illustrations and interactive elements which made the overall reading experience a pleasure This original 1740 story of the classic fairy tale is VERY different to the Disney film from 1991 Firstly, there is no Gaston, Lefou, Lumiere, Cogsworth, Mrs Potts, etc...

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    This version of Beauty and the Beast is the earliest as it is known today, although it is often misattributed to the heavily abridged, plagiarized version by Jeanne Marie LaPrince Beaumont, which was published about thirteen years after this one.Villeneuve s version begins with a nameless merchant, elderly and prosperous, who was widowed years ago and has twelve children, six boys and six girls, to provide for The boys are brave and brash and everything you would want boys to be Five of the gi This version of Beauty and the Beast is the earliest as it is known today, although it is often misattributed to the heavily abridged, plagiarized version by Jeanne Marie LaPrince Beaumont, which was published about thirteen years after this one.Villeneuve s version begins with a nameless merchant, elderly and p...

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    The above beauty is my copy of The Beauty and the Beast by Gabrielle Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve, designed by MinaLima who create the coolest books with interactive elements and gorgeous illustrations that have an old feel which is worthy of the tale as old as time I was over the moon when I first heard about this book that I preordered it long before its release date.I can confidently declare preferring Disney s vision to the book Disney s Belle isindependent, an empowering role model The above beauty is my copy of The Beauty and the Beast by Gabrielle Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve, designed by MinaLima who create the coolest books with interactive elements and gorgeous illustrations that have an old feel which is worthy of the tale as old as time I was over the moon when I first heard about this book that I preordered it long before its release date.I can confidently declare preferring Disney s vision to the book Disney s Belle isindependent, an empowering role model for girls who wouldn t settle for a conventional life and traditional marriage She seeks adventure and true love Beauty in the book is leaning on the timid and naive side But both have kindness and courage, and that what matters the most Everyone who knows me personally knows how much I adore Beauty and the Beast I struggled to put aside my prejudice in favor of it and gave it less than the full starry rating There was...

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    It was so interesting to read the original story of one of my all time favourite Disney movies It s so different in nearly every way, other than the core prince being the beast plot but I have to admit, I do prefer the Disney Classic and it s Disneyness If I m honest, I did find this a little hard to follow, due to not being used to the 1700 s language but the MinaLima edition is absolutely gorgeous The interactive parts were such a fun edition and the illustrations an...

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    La Belle et la B te est un conte connu, mais la premi re version en a t celle ci, imagin e par Mme de Villeneuve au d but du XVIII me si cle Elle diff re en bien des points de celle bien plus connue de Mme Leprince de Beaumont, plus canonique et pur e, qui a connue d innombrables adaptations au th tre, l op ra et enfin au cin ma voir la versio...

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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Even though this book has not many similarities to the Disney version besides the Beauty and the Beast, I have to say I still liked the original fairytale Actually it was pretty amazing Disney left out a whole subplot which was, even though it was very, veeeeery elaborately explained, pretty interesting and surprised me in a book where I thought weren t any surprises any The reason why this is still only four stars is because, even though I did not mind that it was differ...

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    Okay, I don t know why I thought this was a Disney thing, maybe the timing Emma Watson was just recently our guest But no, this is the original novel the one that has the merchant and the rose stuff going on, something I always wanted and wanted to read, two different things, with such beautiful artwork and illustrations Wow, what a truly gorgeous edition Really, a must for all the fans of this tale as old as time Get a copy Definitely worth it.It has this really cool interactive feature t Okay, I don t know why I thought this was a Disney thing, maybe the timing Emma Watson was just recently our guest But no, this is the original novel the one that has the merchant and the rose stuff going on, something I always wanted and wanted to read, two different things, with such beautiful artwork and illustrations Wow, what a truly gorgeous edition Really, a must for all the fans of this ta...

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