Category: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

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REVIEW: ‘Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’

The familiar tale of “Snow White” explores themes of vanity, jealousy, kindness, fear, diligence, nature, the clear juxtaposition of good and evil, and the idea that good will be rewarded and evil punished.

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The Man You Marry Should Be Prince Charming — Your Prince Charming

The man you marry should be your Prince Charming, in all the ways the fairy tale Prince Charming is. It’s just that his Prince Charming-ness isn’t going to manifest the way it does in a…

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We Can’t Always Save Ourselves

To feminists, agency is the be all end all for women. When they say this, they have a very specific image in mind of what female agency looks like.

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Snow White Doesn’t Need A Broadsword

How the emphasis on female warriors negates the bravery of women.

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Why Can’t The Princess Be Ugly?

On Fairy Tale symbolism and why it matters.

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Armond White On “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs”

Snow White set the template for animating universal fantasy, the western visionary heritage. This would even apply to such Japanese animation as Miyazaki but Snow White shows the reason people rarely go back to those…