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 (pə-rō′, pĕ-), Charles 1628-1703.
French writer of fairy tales. His Tales of Mother Goose (c. 1697) includes "Tom Thumb" and "Sleeping Beauty."


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(Biography) Charles (ʃarl). 1628–1703, French author, noted for his Contes de ma mère l'oye (1697), which contains the fairy tales Little Red Riding Hood, Cinderella, and The Sleeping Beauty


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Charles, 1628–1703, French poet, critic, and author of fairy tales.
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The one act opera Bluebeard's Castle is loosely based on the French literary tale by Charles Perrault.
1628: Charles Perrault, French writer and collector of fairy tales was born in Paris.
1628: Charles Perrault, French writer, collector and reworker of fairy tales, was born in Paris.
The Frenchman Charles Perrault (1628-1703) published a collection which included Cinderella and Red Riding Hood.
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Cinderella is a ballet composed by Sergey Prokofiev while the scenario was written by Nikolay Volkov based on the classic fairy tale of Charles Perrault.
Little Red Riding Hood was told by the Brothers Grimm 200 years ago but that version was based on an earlier, 17th century, story written by the Frenchman Charles Perrault, which itself derived from an older, oral tradition of storytelling in France, Austria and northern Italy.
This fairy tale -- originally written by Charles Perrault -- will be danced by the Bolshoi troupe and transmitted live in Empire Premiere Dec.
Massenet is supposed to have claimed that he was much more comfortable writing about bad girls than good ones, and that might have something to do with the neglect that his fourteenth opera, based on the fairy tale by Charles Perrault known to us as Cinderella, has suffered.
The story we are most familiar with serves as the base of the ballet, and was written by Charles Perrault.
They include programs for well-known tales like "The Golden Goose," "Rapunzel," "The Three Little Pigs," and "Thumbelina," from those such as the Grimm Brothers, Hans Christian Anderson, Charles Perrault, Joseph Jacobs, Rudyard Kipling, and Robert Browning, as well as Aesop's fables.