Charles Perrault Fairy Tales

Charles Perrault – French fairy tale writer who wrote his works (inspired by folk tales) in the 1600s. His tales include classics like Sleeping Beauty, Puss in Boots and Blue Beard. His version of Cinderella, for example, is the one English speakers are most familiar with (with the fairy godmother and the pumpkin carriage etc.) and it is interestingly very different from the Brothers Grimm version.

Charles Perrault: He was born in Paris on January 12, 1628, and died on May 16, 1703.

His most famous writings are:

Little Red Riding Hood

Sleeping Beauty –  Sleeping Beauty

Puss in Boots




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