Fairy tales are fantastic and have excellent morals. Cinderella teaches the importance of treating everyone with compassion, forgiving others when they make mistakes, and never allowing unpleasant things to break your heart. The story’s themes include good versus evil and how luck may change your life. But why are there unanswered questions in some fairy tales? I understand that this is a fairy tale and that rationality should not be expected, but I still have my doubts. Have you ever thought about these questions?
- Why didn’t the slipper disappear
- Why did Prince Charming search for the perfect fit for Cinderella’s slipper instead of her face?
- How come no girl in the entire kingdom has a leg that matches her slipper?
- How did Cinderella’s shoes fall off if they fit perfectly?
- Why doesn’t he go by the name “Prince Henry”?
- How Does the Fairy Godmother’s Magic Work?
- Why did it take so long for the fairy godmother to appear?
- What Was the Reason for Cinderella’s Father’s Marriage to Lady Tremaine?
- What makes Cinderella so beautiful?
- Why are Cinderella’s stepsisters so envious of her even before she marries the Prince?
- Instead of putting up with her stepmother, why didn’t Cinderella just leave?
- Why do fairytales always end in marriage?
1. Why didn’t the slipper disappear?
Except for one thing: Cinderella’s glass slippers. All the charm the fairy godmother bestowed on her vanishes when the clock strikes midnight. Everything she used for the ball was changed, from the pumpkin to the carriage, the mice to the horses, the lizards to the footmen, the goose to the coachman, and her mother’s pink gown to her beautiful blue gown.
The glass slippers, on the other hand, were not made from her previous slippers. Cinderella’s slippers are left behind, and she keeps the single slipper she still has as a reminder of the amazing night she had just had. Though others have stated that the slippers do not vanish because they are a gift from the fairy godmother, what about the other gifts?
2. Why did Prince Charming search for the perfect fit for Cinderella’s slipper instead of her face?
Cinderella was Prince Charming’s first love, so he decided to marry her. As a result, he embarks on a search for her. Everything is fine. But why did they look for the perfect fit of a slipper instead of Cinderella’s face? Is it possible for a prince charming to fall in love with a girl without ever knowing her face? It would have been simple to paint a picture of her and search for her with it if he had known her face. Had he forgotten about his beloved’s face? That makes no sense to me. What are your thoughts? Would you mind sharing your opinion?
3. How come no girl in the entire kingdom has a leg that matches her slipper?
What was the total population of the kingdom? I’m wondering whether there wasn’t a single girl whose foot didn’t fit into the slipper. It’s difficult to believe, though, that this maiden is the only one in the kingdom who has her exact shoe size.
4. How did Cinderella’s shoes fall off if they fit perfectly?
Cinderella’s glass slippers are believed to fit like a glove. After all, we already know how the film will finish. They are a wonderful match, and if they weren’t, Prince Charming would never have realized she was the mysterious girl he met at the ball. Why did one of the glass slippers slip off so easily when she ran away from the prince before midnight if the glass slippers were such a perfect fit? What exactly is the reasoning for this? Even while some claim that running fast makes the ideal slipper for falling off, I’m curious as to why the other slippers didn’t. So the two pairs of slippers were different sizes?
5. Why doesn’t he go by the name “Prince Henry”?
Have you ever wondered what Prince Charming’s name is? He is both the prince and the protagonist of the novel. He is a pivotal figure in the story. The stepsisters have been given names as well. “Prince Charming” was the name given to the kingdom’s prince. Why? As far as I know, his name is Henry. So why is he known as Prince Charming rather than Prince Henry?
6. How Does the Fairy Godmother’s Magic Work?
We know Cinderella’s fairy godmother has talents, but they aren’t well-articulated. With a sweep of her wand, she appears to be able to call anything she wants, but there are some unsaid restrictions. Why, for example, will everything the fairy godmother made for Cinderella vanish at the oddly specified hour of midnight? Why not do it at 12:01 a.m., an hour later, or even three days later? If she could do all of these things, why didn’t she make her stepfamily love Cinderella?
7. Why did it take so long for the fairy godmother to appear?
Since her father’s death, Cinderella had been living under her stepmother’s rule. Aside from dealing with her disobedient stepsisters, the young lady was forced to cook and clean for a large mansion.
If Cinderella was in such a horrible condition, why didn’t her fairy godmother appear sooner? If the magical woman had appeared in Cinderella’s life a few years earlier, she would have saved herself a lot of misery. While we applaud the fairy godmother for showing up just in time for a fashion emergency, we’re sure this wasn’t the only time she could have utilized her magic.
8. What Was the Reason for Cinderella’s Father’s Marriage to Lady Tremaine?
Cinderella’s narrator establishes that the titular heroine’s mother died at the beginning of the story. Cinderella’s kind and caring father plans to remarry so that his daughter will have a strong female influence in her life. However, he quickly departs, and Lady Tremaine reveals her ruthless side.
Even though Cinderella’s father clearly had no idea his wife was evil, it’s still astonishing that he fell in love with her in the first place. Would Cinderella’s charming demeanor have remained if her father hadn’t died? Is it possible that Lady Tremaine was the one who killed him? These questions are never answered.
9. What makes Cinderella so beautiful?
How does Cinderella remain flawless and have such a nice figure after being manipulated and mentally abused her entire life by all of her stepmothers, stepfathers, stepsisters, and stepbrothers who all want to be Prince? That’s so unrealistic. She only had one stepparent, her stepmother, and two stepsisters. When you consider that good looks are genetic as well as the fact that she was probably just scraping by, it’s safe to assume she had a thinner physique than others. But how could she have become so beautiful if she didn’t eat well, didn’t get enough sleep, or lived in an unpleasant situation?
10. Why are Cinderella’s stepsisters so envious of her even before she marries the Prince?
We all know that Cinderella’s stepsisters were envious of her, but I’m not sure why. Is she living a gifted life in order to attract jealousy? She is treated as a slave, with no one on her side. In addition, she was constantly pursued and tortured. To be clear, she was in a hellhole. Despite having a mother and living a happy life, Cinderella’s stepsister was jealous of her. Despite receiving an answer to this question, I remain skeptical. Let me begin by revealing the answer.
Cinderella’s sisters are envious of her beauty because they are both ugly. They reduce her to the status of maidservant and force her to do all of the dirtiest kitchen jobs in order to ensure that no man will want to marry her. Why were Cinderella’s two sisters so envious of her beauty? Cinderella, despite her beauty, does not have a happy life. So, what exactly does it all mean? Is it that they believe that beauty is more important than happiness?
11. Instead of putting up with her stepmother, why didn’t Cinderella just leave?
Why is she allowing them to exploit her despite all of this misery and trouble? Why didn’t she just flee? So she’s hoping for a magical fairy godmother to come to her rescue? What is her response to this, despite the fact that she is a positive girl who believes her life will improve one day? Is it true that simply believing will make a difference if you don’t take action? It makes no sense if this is the point conveyed in the story. Change does not happen until you work on it. Being positive is a nice thing, but doing nothing but hoping for a better life isn’t that good.
12. Why do fairytales always end in marriage?
Last but not least, I’d like to ask you a question. Why is it that all fairytales end with marriage? After marriage, they end it with “happily ever after,” but life doesn’t end there, does it? There are a lot of things to consider. To be honest, a new life will only start after marriage. But why must all fairytales end with a wedding? Is there a rule in fairytales? After Cinderella got married, what happened to her? How did she transform from an innocent girl to a powerful princess? Is she able to comprehend the kingdom’s laws and regulations? Is that the fairy godmother who has appeared again? etc. etc…
So these are my questions for Cinderella? If you have an answer to any of the above questions, kindly let me know. I am eager to hear it. And of course, if you have any more questions, share them with me.