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The fairytale Cinderella is widely known by children and adults It is a tale of hope patience love and rags to riches tale passed down through many generations The commonly known Cinderella has made its mark in history It has been created into various types of movies produced many songs to fit the dialogue and have shown many types of actors and actress Cinderella also has been create in a revised edition of a poem The poem version of Cinderella by Anne Sexton is consistent and inconsistent with the fairytale and funnySexton poem Cinderella has the same consistences with the fairytale Cinderella Both have the same exposition Cinderellas mother passed away leaving her and her father a widow and alone Her father a rich man then remarry another woman who has two daughters of her own giving Cinderella two stepsisters and a stepmother As Sexton recited in the poem The man took another wife who had two daughters pretty enough but with hearts like blackjacks 867 This statement gives the audience information that the stepmother and stepsisters are also very evil and wicked to Cinderella just as they were in the fairytale They make Cinderella do all the work that is needed to be done as well as make her their personal maidWithin the poem and the fairytale there is a big party known as a ball given for the prince He is looking for his future bride to be Cinderella is deny the permission to attend the ball by her stepmother but she gets to attend anyway Also the lost of her slipper after leaving the ball is within both These events of Cinderella are consistent within the fairytale and the poem by SextonNow here is the twist from the poem version of Cinderella which is not consistent with the fairytale In Sexton Cinderella Cinderella father bring home presents and jewels but only gives
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