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The Queens Dilemma Ever since we have been exposed to fairy tales as children do we ever think about the true meaning of the story This of course is a rhetorical question because there is no true meaning of a story every fairy tales moral is based on interpretations For example the version of Rumpelstiltskin written by the Grimm Brothers is one of the many fairy tales presented in 1812 Although the fairy tales are still being published today they are the augmented versions that are annotated by other authors Every story must have a moral but it is up to the reader to find what that moral is Besides the blatantly obvious moral of keeping your mouth shut I believe there is another message that is hidden between the fine lines of this child friendly fairy tale To start off lets begin with a brief summary of Rumpelstiltskin before we make conclude our interpretations Deep in the woods there is a miller who lives with his daughter who is the victim in this situation After spotting the King the miller lied to him stating that his daughter could turn straw into gold Upon hearing this the greedy King led the daughter into his palace and locked her in a room filled with straw Her main goal was to spin all of the straw into gold or else her life will be in danger After realizing her fate the daughter sat in the corner and wept until a man appeared in the chamber The man promised that he would spin the straw into gold in exchange for something valuable Upon giving him her necklace the man magically turned the straw into gold When the King saw all of the gold his greediness caused him to ask the millers daughter to spin another room full of straw into gold Again the daughter was powerless to do so and like clockwork the man appeared in the room
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