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Cinderella by Richard Harding Davis
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Cinderella

by Richard Harding Davis

24 ratings, 7 reviews

Though most of us are only familiar with the Disney version, Cinderella or "the Glass Slipper" is a classical folk story that has been told and retold a thousand times in a hundred languages. The heroine has gone by the names Cendrillon, Cenicienta, Askungen, and many more. The tale has come to symbolize the struggle of the oppressed young girl overcoming her messed up family and achieving glory and wealth.

This version is told by Richard Harding Davis, who was a famous war correspondent and good friend of Teddy Roosevelt - an unlikely sounding author of the classic fairy tale. In this iteration Cinderella and the other servants work at the Hotel Salisbury. The masculine savior is played by a man named Riggs, who is looking for a date to the biggest annual ball in the history of the hotel... and well, you know the rest.

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Jillian Stamper

July 27, 2014

This is to hard, and long for YOUNG readers.It stinks :<

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Kamilla Chavez

March 07, 2014

This isnt cinderella!!

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Taylor Pawsey

January 13, 2014

When those the book stark

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Aliyza Mcleoud

October 31, 2013

This is a booki have not read yet but i am about to so mow let me read

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Karen Tuyen

November 07, 2012

It is relly good

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Vanessa Love Pandas

October 15, 2012

I luv this book

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Maddy Cannon

March 26, 2012

It was a pretty classic book