Snow White Modifications in Gender Roles
Modifications in Gender Roles
Snow White variations and the fairy tales of today are a far cry from the versions of long ago. This is thanks in no small part to the changing and development over time of the roles genders play in the tales. As societies change, the readers of the stories change, therefore, fairy tales and their gender roles change also.
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