The Tale of the Frog Prince

This was a very uniquely portrayed story and reminded me of Jim Henson’s, “Hey, Cinderella!” a movie I loved to watch growing up. The two characters in the Frog Prince interacted in an argumentative fashion, each holding a strong disdain for the other. The Princess couldn’t be bothered by a lowly Frog and the Frog couldn’t stand the materialistic mindset of the Princess. The role of the princess in this story was that she was vain and deceitful, only thinking of herself. The Frog croaked back that “one person can hardly be called a society” which nicely summed up the way many fairy tales rely on the princess as the center of the plot.

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