Welcome to the sixth part of the Charles Perrault Review Series.
An eight-part serialised set of reviews of the famous fairy tales by the seventeenth-century French author.
Each week I will upload a review of one of his tales. For an overall introduction, read the first review.
This fairytale is so well known that there is no need to write a lengthy review.
Think Disney's Cinderella minus the singing and the mouse and cat scenes and add a rat or two. And the good, kind Cinderella forgives her stepsisters for the years of neglect and servitude they put her through. A great fairytale overall.
This work is in the public domain and can be read and downloaded for free to read online or on your e-reader or Kindle at Project Gutenberg.
|Edition:||Online at Classics Illustrated|
|Read:||17 - 30 May 2013|
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