Charles Perrault's Cinderella
       
     
  "Madame, will you not let me go tomorrow…?"
       
     
  "Did nobody ever tell you that you had a fairy godmother?"
       
     
  A magnificent gold coach drawn by six white horses...
       
     
  Jewels sparkled here and there - on her hands, at her throat, and on her waist…
       
     
  The evening passed away in a dream of delight, Cinderella dancing with no one but the handsome young prince.
       
     
  Startled, Cinderella remembered her fairy godmother's warning…
       
     
  The king's son remained inconsolable, though he had chanced to pick up the little glass slipper…
       
     
  All the court and the royal family were sure that he was desperately in love with the wearer of the little glass slipper.
       
     
  They tried hard to get their clumsy feet into it, but could not.
       
     
  And they nearly fainted when Cinderella put her hand into her pocket and brought out the other slipper...
       
     
Charles Perrault's Cinderella
       
     
Charles Perrault's Cinderella

And to show how much they despised her, the unkind stepsisters gave her the name of Cinderella.

(pen & marker, 2011)

  "Madame, will you not let me go tomorrow…?"
       
     

"Madame, will you not let me go tomorrow…?"

  "Did nobody ever tell you that you had a fairy godmother?"
       
     

"Did nobody ever tell you that you had a fairy godmother?"

  A magnificent gold coach drawn by six white horses...
       
     

A magnificent gold coach drawn by six white horses...

  Jewels sparkled here and there - on her hands, at her throat, and on her waist…
       
     

Jewels sparkled here and there - on her hands, at her throat, and on her waist…

  The evening passed away in a dream of delight, Cinderella dancing with no one but the handsome young prince.
       
     

The evening passed away in a dream of delight, Cinderella dancing with no one but the handsome young prince.

  Startled, Cinderella remembered her fairy godmother's warning…
       
     

Startled, Cinderella remembered her fairy godmother's warning…

  The king's son remained inconsolable, though he had chanced to pick up the little glass slipper…
       
     

The king's son remained inconsolable, though he had chanced to pick up the little glass slipper…

  All the court and the royal family were sure that he was desperately in love with the wearer of the little glass slipper.
       
     

All the court and the royal family were sure that he was desperately in love with the wearer of the little glass slipper.

  They tried hard to get their clumsy feet into it, but could not.
       
     

They tried hard to get their clumsy feet into it, but could not.

  And they nearly fainted when Cinderella put her hand into her pocket and brought out the other slipper...
       
     

And they nearly fainted when Cinderella put her hand into her pocket and brought out the other slipper...