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The theme of Beauty and The Beast is shown throughout many forms of literature In the stories American Teen by Nanette Burstein The Possibility of Evil by Shirley Jackson and The Ugly Duckling by Hans Christian Andersen the theme of Beauty and The Beast is developed through the conflicts faced by the main characters such as the nasty letters Miss Strangeworth mails to her neighbors in The Possibility of Evil The stress of parents and peers in American Teen and the ugly ducking searching of happiness in The Ugly Duckling Through these conflicts the theme of Beauty and The Beast is developed In American Teen by Nanette Burstein a bunch of teens are put under stress and pressure by their fellow peers and parents The conflicts these teens face allows the story to develop the theme of Beauty and The Beast Megan was student body president popular and pretty Overall looked great on the outside but on the inside she wasnt Megan vandalized someones window and bullied one of her own friends Hannah was ugly and not popular but on the inside she was an artist with a great spirit Her grandparents said she wasnt good enough but she didnt listen and followed her heart and got what she wanted These conflicts the characters face go to show that the theme of Beauty and The Beast is shown throughout American Teen The Possibility of Evil by Shirley Jackson develops the theme of Beauty and The Beast throughout the letters the main protagonist Miss Strangeworth sends to her neighbors Miss Strangeworth seems all nice and caring in
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