Beauty and the beast enchantress
Beauty and the Beast and the Enchantress by Finley AaronThey say I’m evil.
They’ve called me jealous, petty, obsessive…wicked.
But none of those who call me a villain realize what I was up against, and how my actions saved the prince and the kingdom. For years I told myself it didn’t matter what they thought—I knew the truth, and that was enough. As time goes on, though, it’s occurred to me that history often repeats itself. And we came so close to losing everything the last time.
There is a fate worse than death, and it almost befell us all.
In order to understand that, you’ve got to know the whole story.
So here it is, my story.
Beauty and the Beast and the Enchantress.
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A lot has been said about how the new live action Beauty and the Beast has updated the story to make it more feminist. Star Emma Watson is known for her feminist activism, and she has spoken out about working with director Bill Condon on making the film as female-positive as possible. They updated Belle's wardrobe and made her an inventor, not just a daughter of one, and Watson even brought Gloria Steinem to see the film to get her opinion on her new Belle. But one of the most feminist changes in Beauty and the Beast actually has nothing to do with Belle. Instead, it's the introduction of a new character, Agathe, who, in Beauty and the Beast , adds a feminist twist on the role of the Enchantress.
This article is about the character from Beauty and the Beast. The Enchantress is a minor yet crucial character from Disney 's film, Beauty and the Beast. The Enchantress is the one who placed the spell on the Prince, the castle, and everyone inside the castle for the Prince's cruel ways. She is cunning, taking on the disguise of an old, helpless woman seeking shelter to test the Prince's heart. Her morality, however, is up for debate, particularly because of the debate over the Beast's age when he was cursed, and how she cursed everyone in the castle rather than just the guilty party such as Chip Potts , who was undebatably a child at the time , as well as being implied to have cursed the forest surrounding the castle making it dark and infested by wolves and bats so only few would dare to enter. A stained-glass depiction of the Enchantess disguised as a beggar offering the rose in Beauty and the Beast. Disguised as an elderly beggar woman, the Enchantress went to the castle of the Prince on a cold winter's night and possibly stormy, due to the presence of lightning and elements of rain on the stained glass windows depicting the event , and she asked if she could stay overnight to be protected from the cold in exchange for a beautiful rose she was carrying.