Tada - It s a Prince Eileen Mathewson SLIS 5440 Storytelling December 3, 2003

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Tada - It's a Prince! Eileen Mathewson SLIS 5440 Storytelling December 3, 2003

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Thematic Description and Rationale This PowerPoint presentation looks at the different types of The Frog Prince stories. This examination For this exploration extend, I utilized folktale sites and books to research the Motif Type D100 - D199 Magical Transformation: man to creature. This venture concentrates on D195.1 Type 440 that identifies with The Frog Prince . Incorporated into the list of sources and examination are stories of the first story sort and additionally related variations like The Frog Prince Continued and broke variants like The Horned Toad Prince . Character, setting and plot investigation looks into the 10 sources. Rudimentary educators can utilize this assessment of The Frog Prince stories to start an inside and out study with understudies of the varieties of tall tales. The vast majority of the sources were found from general society library and my school library card list. Seeking the Internet, a few adaptations of The Frog Prince were found.

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Bibliographic Citations and Descriptions Campbell, J.F. The Queen Who Sought a Drink from a Certain Well . (Scotland) < http://www.pitt.edu/~dash/frog.html#campbell >. (1 December 2003). A ruler who has three little girls asks every one thus to bring her some water from the well of genuine water to mend her. A losgann (frog or amphibian) asks for that every little girl marry him then he would recover the recuperating water from the well. Just the third little girl consents to marry the amphibian to have the capacity to get the water for the ruler. As they had gone to bed for the night, the frog thumps at the entryway. The young lady brings the frog into the house setting him behind the entryway. After consistent grumbling, the young lady moves the amphibian behind the entryway, under a noggin (little wooden bucket), a bed alongside the fireside, lastly by her own particular bed. The young lady overlooks the amphibian's steady griping until the frog states, "There is an old rusted glave (sword) behind thy bed, with which thou hast preferred remove my head over be holding me longer in torment." As the young lady takes his take off, the amphibian transformed into a great looking youth. He thanks the spouse for breaking the spell reestablishing him to being a lord. The lord weds the princess and they are long alive and happy together. Colshorn, Carl and Theodor. The Enchanted Frog . (Germany) < http://www.pitt.edu/~dash/frog.html#colshorn >. (1 December 2003). A shipper, who has three little girls, gets ready to leave for an excursion over the sea by soliciting each from his girls what they need him to bring back for them. The most established requests a silk dress made of three sorts of silk. The second needs a feathered cap made of three sorts of quills. The most youthful requests a crisp rose of three hues. The shipper arranges the presents for the initial two little girls when he touches base in the outside land. Indeed, even after the shipper sends delivery people the nation over looking for the rose of three-hues for the third girl, despite everything he can't locate the rose so he embarks for home. When he is back in his own nation, the vendor happens upon an extensive garden loaded with roses. In among the garden, he finds a three-hued rose. When he culls it, he is solidified set up. A vast frog on the bank of an unmistakable lake clarifies that for breaking the frog's rose, the dealer would free his life on the off chance that he doesn't give the frog his most youthful little girl to be his significant other. The startled shipper consents to permit his girl to wed the terrible frog. After seven days the frog desires his significant other. The frog sends his workers from the carriage into the house to bring the little girl. As they come back to the rose garden, the workers bring the lady into a house onto a delicate bed. The frog bounced into the water. That night the lady hears the frog singing great sweet songs. Touched by his sweet tunes, the lady permits the frog into bed with her later that night. The following morning the terrible frog transforms into a good looking sovereign.

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Grimm, Jacob and Wilhelm. The Frog Prince or Iron Henry . North-South Books: New York, 1989. The lord's most youthful and loveliest girl meanders into the backwoods close to the stronghold to sit by the edge of a well to play with a brilliant ball. After the brilliant ball falls into the well, a frog consents to recover the ball if the princess guarantees to be his companion, let him sit with her during supper, eat from her brilliant plate, drink from her brilliant container and rest in her bed. Thinking the frog couldn't leave the well, the princess acknowledges the conditions, yet then leaves the frog after he recovers the brilliant ball. The frog visits the mansion the following day. The lord persuades the princess to stay faithful to her commitment. After begrudgingly permitting the frog to eat and drink with her at the table, the princess should likewise convey the frog to her room. At the point when the frog requests that be lifted onto the princess' pad, outrage bamboozles the princess. She tosses the frog against the divider and breaks a spell a mischievous witch had thrown on him. Just the loveliest princess could break the spell to change the frog into a youthful attractive sovereign. The ruler and the princess are hitched. As they wake the following morning, a carriage and the sovereign's devoted hireling, Henry, welcome them to convey them to the ruler's kingdom. Three iron groups that Henry set around his mid-section to keep his heart from breaking when he lost his lord tumble off as he is brought together with the ruler. Halliwell-Phillipps, James Orchard. The Maiden and the Frog . (Britain) < http://www.pitt.edu/~dash/frog.html#phillipps >. (1 December 2003). On the temples of a mountain in the north of England, lives an old lady and her girl who are exceptionally poor. As the little girl is bringing water from the well, she breaks the main pitcher they have. Since the old lady is irate, she advises her little girl to get some water a sifter or never show up in her sight again. A frog at the well says that if the young lady let him lay down with her for two evenings and after that cleave off his head he would advise how to convey water in the sifter. After she guarantees, the frog advises her to utilize greenery and earth to seal up the gaps to convey the water. Returning home with the water, the young lady overlooks the frog until he goes to the house after dinner. Taking after two evenings with the young lady in bed, the frog requests that the young lady slash off his head. An entertainer had transformed him into a frog. Hacking his take off, the young lady transforms the frog again into the handsomest sovereign on the planet. The young lady and the sovereign are hitched and live for a long time in the pleasure in each satisfaction.

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Hopkins, Jackie Mims. The Horned Toad Prince . Peachtree: Atlanta, 2000. As Reba Jo rides the dejected prairie, she hones her reserving. At the point when Reba Jo tries to rope a scavanger in the arroyo , dry riverbed, a blast of wind conveys her new cowgirl cap to the base of an old well. A fat horned amphibian says he will bring the sombrero for tres pequeños favors. He requests that have Reba Jo encourage him stew, play her guitar for him, and let him take a break in her sombrero . Not having any desire to clarify the loss of the cap to her padre , Reba Jo consents to the arrangement. She rapidly jogs back to the farm when the horned amphibian recovers the cap. About early afternoon, the horned frog thumps on the farm house entryway disclosing the arrangement to Reba Jo's dad. Reba Jo's dad advises her an arrangement's an arrangement. The horned frog eats Reba Jo's bowl of bean stew, then requests Reba Jo to sing him a melody. At the point when the horned frog requests that be placed in her sombrero for a break , Reba Jo flipped him into her cap. Before taking his rest , the horned amphibian requests one more support. On the off chance that Reba Jo gives the horned amphibian a kiss then the horned frog will leave immediately. After watchful thought, Reba Jo kisses the horned frog transforming him into a great looking youthful caballero . Reba Jo sees the Prince Maximillian José Diego López de España. The immense soul of the arroyo put a spell on him to transform him into a horned amphibian. Recollecting the stories that her daddy read her, Reba Jo inquires as to whether they should get hitched. Clarifying that he is sad, the caballero keeps to his arrangement and leaves immediately pretty much as he guaranteed. In-Sob, Zong. The Toad-Bridegroom . (Korea) < http://www.pitt.edu/~dash/frog.html#zong >. (1 December 2003). A frog comes to live with an angler and his significant other in the wake of leaving the lake that was becoming scarce and vanishing. In a similar town carries on a rich man and his three little girls. One day the amphibian advises the angler that he needs to wed one of the three little girls. The amphibian's non-permanent mother goes to demand that the rich man have one of his three girls wed the frog. The hireling beats the temporary mother in light of her demand. Utilizing a peddle, a lamp and a string, the amphibian persuades the rich man to permit one of his little girls to wed the frog. The two most established little girls would prefer not to wed the amphibian. The most youthful consents to wed the frog decisively. After the wedding, the frog requests that his lady cut him with a couple of scissors. From the cut on his back, a good looking young fellow ventures from the skin of the amphibian. Amid the day the man wears the skin of the frog and runs with the other men of the family to chase. In the wake of coming back from an unsuccessful chase, the groom removes the amphibian skin and waves his submit the air. A white hair old man shows up and gives the spouse one hundred deer. Wearing his amphibian skin the man drives home the deer and uncovers himself as a good looking young fellow. He then discharges the deer, ascends to Heaven conveying his lady of the hour and guardians.

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Ormerod, Jan. The Frog Prince . Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Books: New York, 1990. As the princess is playing in the forested areas she loses her brilliant ball in the lake. The frog will recover the ball if the princess guarantees to love the frog, let her be with him, eat from her brilliant plate and mull over her illustrious cushion. She acknowledges thinking the frog is ju

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