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This response will be a bit longer, as the essay, "Sex and Violence: The Hard Core of Fairy Tales"(page 446) has two parts.

  1. For the first paragraph, find a quote that you strongly agree or disagree with. Include the quote, and craft a fully developed paragraph in response--why do you agree or disagree and support your idea.
  2. For the second paragraph, discuss what you think about the profitability of "folk" tales--who should profit from the collecting of a culture or people's stories? If significant changes were made, as they would have done as a storyteller, then does that change your opinion?

-------------------------------------------------------- **important **--------------------------------------------------------------

use the book as the one and only source please dont go to any other source.

book name : The Classic Fairy Tales, edited by Maria Tatar (Norton) **Second Edition**

it's a literature class

please put 3 or 4 proofreading (not spelling.) 3 or 4 errors ( grammars , punctuations, etc)


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Giving Response
The statement that “in fairy tales, nearly every character- from the most hardened criminal to the
Virgin Mary- is capable of cruel behavior” (Tatar, 372). It is a statement that does not fairly
represent the convention which has been associated with most the literary genres. The idea of
having a generalization of the characters in literature is not only demeaning but also one that
misinterprets the overall goal of literature. In most cases, there has been the whole idea of having
a villain and a savior in most literary genres. Of course, there are some that deviate from such
normalcy, but at the end of the day, there is always a character who is seen to set the tempo, and
who is understood to highlight the moral inclination of the genre. Therefore, the sentiments
expressed in the statement do not offer direction and raises a further question. Is the Virgin Mary
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