In this episode, we compare and contrast Disney’s “Tangled” with Giambattista Basile’s “Petrosinella”, “Persinette” by Charlotte Rose de Caumont de La Force, and “Rapunzel” by The Brothers Grimm.
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Princess King Taylor and Vanessa Marek
Soliloquy by Matthew Pablo
Douce Dame Jolie performed by Annwn
Grimm, Jacob, Wilhelm Grimm, and Maria Tatar. The Annotated Brothers Grimm. New York: Norton, 2004. Print.
Heiner, Heidi Anne. Rapunzel, and Other Maiden in the Tower Tales from around the World: Fairy Tales, Myths, Legends, and Other Tales about Maidens in Towers. Place of Publication Not Identified: SurLaLune, 2010. Print.
Kurtti, Jeff. The Art of Tangled. San Francisco, CA: Chronicle, 2010. Print
Tangled. WaltDisney, 2010. DVD.
World Wide Web
“Rapunzel.” Disney Princess. N.p., n.d. Web.
“In Brightest Day: The Emotional Abuse of Tangled.” Lady Geek Girl and Friends. N.p., 29 Oct. 2013