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Cinderella's Reality Story Essay

1280 words - 6 pages

Many people know her as a princess who is sitting in house where her step-mother and her two step-sisters abused her. One day, she went to the ball from the help of her fairy godmother. The prince fell in love with her of her talents. In reality, she was mostly not have survived. In reality, this is Cinderella’s story.
Cinderella was an ordinary girl who lived with her step-mother and step-mother. They lived in London. She was abused at home a lot and at school too because her step-sisters always embarrasses her. She didn’t have friends because she didn’t know how to socialize that well. She did have friend but she moved and completely changed herself. It was two days before the dance. She wanted to go so bad but she knew her step-mother will never let her. But she wanted to go and she is going to have the guts to do. She asked her step-mother.
Her step mother was, “If you finish your chorus I will let you go but after the dance you have to drop-out of school. You can go to school for only 2 months and that’s it. Because you don’t do anything at home and you will have assist me because I am getting a plastic surgery.”
“I will do anything to go to this dance. Thank you so much Stephanie”, Cinderella was so excited that she wanted to cartwheels. Then, her step-mother interrupted her thoughts.
“One more thing Cinderella. You can only go to the dance if you finish you work. And I will send contract saying that it doesn’t matter if you went to the dance or not you still will drop out of school.” Her step-mother had sinister pleasant voice in her throat.
“Yes, Stephanie. I will get to work right away.” She scrambled to the kitchen and getting all the cleaning supplies and her chorus list. She was finishing all her work and the only thing she needed to do was to get a dress, put on make makeup and her hair done. She thought she can do that tomorrow. She went to bed and daydreaming and dreaming in her sleep how wonderful it’s going to be at the dance.
It was the next day, She was so happy. In the morning she prepared everyone breakfast.
Then, her step-mother announced to her, “Cinderella, your chorus are on the fridge and I need you to clean the basement because I am having a party tomorrow.”
Cinderella was devastated when she heard this. “But Stephanie I was going to the dance tonight. You said if I finish my”
“Cinderella, no buts. We made a deal that if you finish your chorus you can go. Anyway, why do you want to go anyway? You’re not pretty enough someone to date you and you have no friends so what is the point to going to the dance.”
Cinderella was crushed what her step-mother said to her. “Can be absent today so I can finish my work?”
“But you need education to read and write. I mean you’re not smart and so why bother to go to school anyway? Whatever you want to do you can do it.”
She stayed home and waited until her step-mother left to work and her step-sisters went to school. Then, she started to complete all her chorus as fast as she...

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