[DWJ] Feeling sorry for Penelope (was Fire and Hemlock Question)
Belben, Philip (Energy Wholesale)
Philip.Belben at eon-uk.com
Fri Aug 18 03:44:32 EDT 2006
> I use a Cinderella Graph to teach plotting to kids... but caution that
> she's a very oldfashioned protagonist. Her virtue is seen in cheerful
> acceptance and goodness, whereas by our standards she's reactive, not
OK, I'll take the bait. What on earth is a Cinderella Graph? And how
do you plot such a graph, anyway? (Always assuming that is what you
meant by plotting, which I doubt...)
I think of Cinderella as a "This couldn't really be happening to me"
character. She doesn't ask for more, doesn't leave her name with the
prince, etc., because she doesn't believe it's real. The old-fashioned
class-consciousness in the tale merely strengthens the feeling of
unreality, or at best, once-in-a-lifetime fling.
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