Fairest of All
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The tale of the young princess and her evil stepmother, the Wicked Queen, is widely known. Despite a few variations from telling to telling, the story remains the same -the Queen was jealous of the girl's beauty, and this jealousy culminated in the Q ...
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Número de páginas: 120
Idioma del fichero: Inglés
Año de publicación: 2009
The tale of the young princess and her evil stepmother, the Wicked Queen, is widely known. Despite a few variations from telling to telling, the story remains the same -the Queen was jealous of the girl's beauty, and this jealousy culminated in the Queen's attempt on the sweet, naive girl's life.
Another tale far less often spoken of is the one that explains what caused the Queen to become so contemptuously vile. Still, some have attempted to guess at the reason. Perhaps the Queen's true nature was that of a wicked hag and her beautiful, regal appearance a disguise used to fool the King. Others claim that the Queen might have hated the girl for her resemblance to the King's first wife. Mostly, the Queen is painted as a morally abhorrent woman who never loved another being during the course of her miserable life.
In fact, the theories about exactly what cause the Queen's obsessive vanity and jealous rage are too numerous to catalog. This book recounts a version of the story that has remained untold until now. It is a tragic tale of love and loss, and it contains a bit of magic. It is a tale of the Wicked Queen...
- Slave in the Magic Mirror,
Come from the farthest space.
Through wind and darkness we summon thee.
Speak! Let us see thy face.
- "Magic Mirror on the wall, who is the fairest one of all"
- "Lips as red as a rose, hair black as ebony, skin white as snow.."