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Beauty and the Beast is a short story written by Marie Le Prince de Beaumont She was a French woman who lived in London when this story was published The main characters in this story are Beauty her father the merchant and the Beast Beauty was the youngest daughter of the merchant She was called Beauty because she was so beautiful but throughout the story she also illustrates inner beauty as well The Beast is described as a horrendous terrifying beastly creature but throughout the story he shows kindness to the merchants youngest daughter The theme of the story is very simple People should not always judge someone by appearances Looks could be very deceiving and you should always consider ones personality character and how they treat you and others Regardless if a person is physically beautiful that does not mean they truly are inside Their character could turn out to be most vicious and evil once you became acquainted with them So you always must be careful and not go by appearances As the saying goes you should not always judge a book by its coverThe story begins by the merchant stumbling on this beautiful castle while making it back home through a snowstorm He was cold and hungry and found warmth and food in the castle At first he tried to look for the castle owners but could not find them After finding warmth and food the merchant fell asleep and woke up the next day refreshed and ready to journey back home As he was walking out of the castle he came across a red rose and since he remembered that was what his daughter Beauty requested from him he decided to take one for her Upon doing so the horrifying Beast appeared before him and was very angry He was angry because the merchant decided to take one of the Beasts roses without even asking him The merchant explained to the
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