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S: Winter Vacation 2012

FC: Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs | By | By: Natalie Barr Conner Beightol Caroline Slone

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2: Summary | A Queen was sewing while gazing out the window and pricked her finger. As she gazed at the red snow, she realized that she would like to have a daughter who was as white as snow, as red as blood, and as black as the window frame. Shortly after she had a daughter who was as white as snow, and as red as blood, and her hair was as black as ebony, and so she named her Little Snow White...

3: The Queen died shortly after her birth, and the King found a new wife. When Snow was 7 and her step-mom asked the mirror on the wall who was the fairest of them all, it said Snow White was the fairest of them all. The Queen ordered a huntsmen to take Snow White to the woods, kill her, and return with her heart. The huntsmen took her to the woods, but didn’t have the heart to kill Snow, so he killed a boar instead and gave the Queen its heart and she ate it, thinking she had eaten Snow White’s heart. Snow ran deep in the forest and came upon a cottage. It was empty, so she napped on one of the beds. The dwarfs returned and when she awoke, she told them everything and they said she could live there as long as she cooked, cleaned, and kept the house tidy. The Queen went to her looking glass and asked who was the fairest of all and it said Snow White, and said where she was. She dressed as on old peddler woman and went to the house and said she was selling things that Snow White might like, and she tied on a lace corset very tight and Snow White collapsed.

4: She lived and the dwarfs warned her not to open the door ever again. This event occurred twice more, once with a comb, and then finally with a poisonous red apple that finally did the job. The dwarfs laid her to rest in a glass coffin because she seemed like she was still alive, just not breathing. A prince came and saw the coffin one day and fell in love with Snow and convinced the dwarfs to let him have the coffin. While being lifted, the coffin shifted and the piece of red apple came out of her mouth and she was alive again. The prince asked to marry her and she said yes. the Queen went to the wedding to see who the young Queen was who was fairer than her, but when she arrived she was forced to put on hot iron slippers and she danced around in them until she died.

6: The Devil Figure | Archetypes, Theme, and Motifs

7: Group of Companions | Red: Red Apple representing sacrifice and her lips as red as blood

8: White: representing innocence and her skin as white as snow | Seven; unity, completion | Damsel in Distress: Needing help after eating the apple | Death and Rebirth: After eating the apple she "dies" and her prince kisses her and she wakes up

9: Motifs | Themes

10: Impact on Society Today | Snow White Wedding Dress | Movies: Mirror, Mirror, Snow White and the Huntsmen, and Disney Snow White

11: Snow White, Evil Queen, and Dwarfs Dolls

12: Impact on Society | Books-Snow-White and the Seven Dwarfs, Fairest of All

13: Movies- Happily Never After 2: Another Bite at the apple, Sydney White, Rugrats Snow White Movie | Snow White Cake, SnowWhite Costume

14: History | First edition of Snow White was released in 1812 after Jacob and Wilhelm collected hundred of folklores from around the Europe, including the one about Snow White | Written to show the complexity of childhood, relationships, and behavior.

15: It has been said that Snow White was based on a real person; Maria Sophia Margaretha Catharina von Erthal. Just like Snow White, Maria's father remarried and gave her step-mom a looking mirror for her room in their castle. Sources say that Maria and her stepmother didn't have a very good relationship. | First time Snow White was censored was in 1823 by Edgar Taylor

16: Works Cited | “Disney Wicked Queen Doll.” Amazon. N.p., n.d. Web. 29 Apr. 2012. . Dolan, Harry. Why Bad Things Happen. N.d. Avadhut Recommends. Web. 29 Apr. 2012. . Jealous Clipart. N.d. Graphics Hunt. Web. 29 Apr. 2012. . Mirpuri, Dipika. “Disney Snow White Princess Doll.” About. N.p., n.d. Web. 29 Apr. 2012. . Mirror Mirror Trailer. Fandango. Web. 23 Apr. 2012. . Original Snow White Movie Poster. N.d. 1937 Movie Poster Gallery. Web. 29 Apr. 2012. . Red Apple from Snow White. N.d. FashionFood Fatale. Web. 29 Apr. 2012. . Reid, Milton. Good vs. Evil Picture. N.d. Black Quill and Ink. Web. 29 Apr. 2012. .

17: Ross, Alexander. Seven Dwarfs. N.d. Animation and FIne Art Gallery. Web. 29 Apr. 2012. . - - -. Snow White Painting. N.d. Animation and Fine Art Gallery. Web. 29 Apr. 2012. . Salima, Candance. Rev. of Mirror Mirror. US Daily Review. N.p., n.d. Web. 29 Apr. 2012. . Snow White and Prince Charming kiss. N.d. The Washington Post. Web. 29 Apr. 2012. . Snow White and The Huntsmen Movie Poster. N.d. Wikipedia. Web. 29 Apr. 2012. . Snow White and The Huntsmen Trailer. MTV Videos. Web. 23 Apr. 2012. . Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. N.d. Disney Clipart Library. Web. 29 Apr. 2012. . “Snow White Costume.” PartyCity. N.p., n.d. Web. 29 Apr. 2012. . Snow White Evil Queen. N.d. Google Images. Web. 24 Apr. 2012. . Sdwarfs/mn/1000050/>.

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