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El Mundo Encantado de Ela : Gail Carson Levine :
It’s stolen from her. This book is truly amazing, in my opinion.
Ok, I understand why many people love this book. There’s enough negative criticism without me piling on.
Ella Enchanted (Ella Enchanted #1) by Gail Carson Levine
NO, so much NO. It’s so creative and fun, and the skillful storytelling really brings the characters to life. Jana Also, we see in the book multiple times that orders override each other if they are contradicting, so if someone said, “Quit being so obedient, Ella! Oct 26, Dd rated it liked it.
She made it seem so damn important that we should know about these gifts and all the way through the novel Ella is hiding them and they’re special and they’re everything her father ever wanted I think it was mean. Good or evil, protagonist or minor background character, they have an opinion, th This still stands as one of my favorite books.
And if you mess with it, it’ll use it’s big, sharp, not-so-cute claws to tear your face off. Although not instantly enamored, Ella over time realizes what her curse could do to Char and his kingdom, and seeks out Lucinda to take back this curse once and for all. This question contains spoilers… view spoiler [Why did Ella break the curse by just feel mad about some thing?
Accept it for what it is. The journey, the special creatures, the seemingly important gifts and details, the developmental steps Ella is bound by obedience against her will, and takes matters in her own hands with ambition and verve.
Feminists often denounce traditional fairy tales because they perpetuate the ideals of a patriarchal society by encouraging girls to behave like proper princesses and wait for charming princes to take charge and save the day. Just letting you all know: About Gail Carson Levine.
Growing up, she once had to eat an entire birthday cake, nearly relinquish ce toddler gnome to an ogre, and lose more friends than she ever made, only because someone encsntado ordered her to do so. The story continues with Ella trying to find her salvation from her curse.
The story is an immensely entertaining page-turner that will even better leave readers feeling satisfied when they reach the final scene where Levine ties everything together, artfully blending empowerment with a happy-ever-after ending fit for a traditional fairy tale. Yes, she had a curse on her where she had to obey whatever anyone said to her.
levime This book is like throwing a bunch of ingredients for perfection in a pot and hoping they stick. The fantasy elements are clever and not too over the top.
You get the point. Her only problem is that when she was born, a well-meaning fairy gave her the gift of obedience.
Apr 12, Allison Tebo rated it liked it Shelves: I still have my brand to look out for, regardless of target audiences. Thanks eel telling us about the problem.
El Mundo Encantado de Ela
At last — a rebellious character that makes sense and actually has a reason for being rebellious! The stepsisters are deliciously evil. It was special and important when it was introduced.
But really, I’m upset about the ogres. Gail Carson Levine’s examination of traditional female roles in fairy tales takes some satisfying twists and deviations from the original.