Cinder Edna by Ellen Jackson is a book that shows the lives of two parallel Cinderella’s that are neighbors and go through the same hardships, yet approach their situations differently. Edna is strong and self-willed, while Cinderella relies on her godmother for her happy ending. Although Cinderella wins the prince’s affection, Edna is happier overall. Should more fairytales focus on empowering women or do the classic Cinderella stories also teach young females positive morals?
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