The Dark, Twisted Fairy Tales 'Beauty And The Beast' Is Based On | HuffPostTo begin with, it was not a fairy story but the classical myth of Cupid and Psyche, featuring the first action heroine in literature. Instead, he is smitten. The unhappy Psyche must win him back by going on a quest to placate the jealous Venus. She wins through, and Cupid begs, successfully, for her to be made immortal. United, the body and soul produce a child, Pleasure.
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Beauty and the Beast: Differences Between the Book and the Movie (2017)
Here we cast our minds back to the aristocratic salons of 17 th century France. In this original novella length tale, the back-story of both Belle and the Beast is given. The Beast was a young prince who lost his father, and whose mother had to wage war to defend his kingdom. The queen left him in care of an evil fairy, who tried to seduce him when he became an adult; when he refused, she transformed him into a beast. Beaumont pared down the list of characters of Beauty and Beast and simplified the tale to transform it into a quintessential fairy tale.
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While Disney made a few changes from their animated version of Beauty and the Beast , the film is still extremely different from the 18th-century source material. French noblewoman Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve — deserves all the credit for first creating this enchanting tale. The standard edition of Beauty and the Beast to this day is the Beaumont version. This black-and-white version of the film is definitely a more faithful adaptation of the Beaumont story and is highly praised by critics for its cinematography. Check out the trailer here:.
Skip navigation! Story from Movies. An enchanted, secluded mansion in the French countryside. A girl in a yellow dress, swinging around a ballroom with her hairy courter-captor. A sassy candelabra with a French accent, an plump and overprotective teapot, an uptight British clock.
Variants of the tale are known across Europe. According to researchers at universities in Durham and Lisbon , the story originated around 4, years ago. A widower merchant lives in a mansion with his twelve children six sons and six daughters. All his daughters are very beautiful, but the youngest, Beauty, is the most lovely, as well as kind, well-read, and pure of heart; while the two elder sisters, in contrast, are cruel, selfish, vain, and spoiled. The merchant eventually loses all of his wealth in a tempest at sea, which sinks most of his merchant fleet.