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AmberDeal Fairytales

Will help you pass the exam

QuestionAnswer
the deadly sin that stands for sexual desire? Lust
the deadly sin that stands for excessive food intake? Gluttony
the deadly sin that stands for extreme lazyness? Sloth
The deadly sin that stands for intense anger? Wrath
The deadly sin that stands for extreme jealousy. Envy
the deadly sin that stands for excessive want of everything. Greed
The deadly sin that stands for arrogance and vanity. Pride
A tale that demonstrates Greed. Jack and the Beanstalk
A tale that demonstrates gluttony. Hansel and Gretel
Helps you see a different point of view on the story by looking at the time period. Historic Lense
Helps you see a different point of view on the story by looking at genders. Feminist/Gender Lense
Helps you see a different point of on the story by looking at the social ladder and classes. Marxist Lense
Is the story of a mermaid who becomes human to win the heart of a prince. The Little Mermaid
Is the story of two children who come across a gingerbread house and almost get eaten by a witch. Hansel and Gretel
Is the story of a little girl who tries to sell matches but freezes to death. The Little Match Girl
Is the story of a princess with very long hair that is kept in a tower by a witch. Rapunzel
A gothic fairy tale. Edward Scissor Hands
Is a story about a boy who is poor and he steals from a giant and is associated with greed. Jack and the Beanstalk
Is a story about a girl who tries to bring goodies to her grandma but is stopped by a big bad wolf. Little Red Riding Hood
Is a movie that is a perfect journey story. The Princess and the Frog
Who believes the witch character must die in order for a child to overcome a sin? Cashdon
Created by: Smiles :)