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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 How have Grimms Fairy Tales changed and been adapted for various audiences over time?Fairytale are made more modern these days by including happy endings and a more lighthearted tone. Original fairy tales involved going to extremes when handling retribution. As in the original Cinderella, her stepsisters had their eyes pecked out at the end. The more modern version leaves the sisters unharmed, but they still live unhappily. Fairy Tale Project What does this reveal about how the fairy tale audience has changed or shifted?The media censors more things for the audience, due to differences in what is "normal" and what is not. Fairytales now are aimed at younger kids in order to inspire dreams and without the happy endings, they wouldn't feel the same way about the stories. Older generations also feel the need to protect those younger, and in one way they do that by censoring what a children watches or reads. tap and hold to change this title text! Cinderella By Caitlin Starman, Marge Lewis, and Alyssa Santiago Cinderella got a divorce: 'As a symbolic gesture, she vowed not to wear glass slippers, or any slippers, ever again. From here on out, all Crocs, all the time' In the article "Fairytales too scary for modern children, say parents", the top ten fairytales no longer read to children are listed. Cinderella is in 6th place due to the story about a young girl doing housework ruled as "outdated." Cinderella (2015) Cinderella (1950)
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