History Literature / TheGooseGirl

11th Aug '16 11:49:47 PM goldeneyes
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A GenderFlip is found in both the ChivalricRomance ''RoswallAndLillian'' and the Literature/{{Child Ballad|s}} "Literature/TheLordOfLornAndTheFalseSteward".

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A GenderFlip is found in both the ChivalricRomance ''RoswallAndLillian'' and the Literature/{{Child Ballad|s}} "Literature/TheLordOfLornAndTheFalseSteward".
"Literature/TheLordOfLornAndTheFalseSteward". The Romanian fairy tale "Harap Alb" ("White Slave") by Ion Creanga also has the prince/evil servant switch as its main plot.
21st Jun '16 12:33:42 AM PaulA
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''The Goose Girl'' is a German FairyTale collected by the BrothersGrimm.

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''The Goose Girl'' is a German FairyTale collected by the BrothersGrimm.
Creator/TheBrothersGrimm.
22nd May '16 11:59:31 PM TitoMosquito
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* BarefootPoverty: The real princess and the Goose Boy

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* BarefootPoverty: The real princess and Conrad the Goose Boygoose boy.
10th Mar '16 8:01:52 AM Goldfritha
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* SurrogateSoliloquy: Talk to the stove
4th Jan '16 12:20:38 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* TheGoodKing: The prince's father seems to be this.


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* TheHighQueen: The princess's mother seems to be this.
4th Jan '16 12:18:42 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: If Falada being a {{talking animal}} wasn't this already, then his decapitated head talking while nailed to a public gateway seems to be this for the townsfolk and the goose boy.

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* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: If Falada being a {{talking animal}} wasn't this already, then his decapitated severed head somehow talking while nailed to a public gateway seems to be this for the townsfolk and the goose boy.boy.
13th Dec '15 1:21:11 PM Chariset
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* OriginalPositionFallacy: The false princess fails to realize that the horrible death she orders will happen to ''her''.
9th Aug '15 2:59:54 PM eroock
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'''''The Goose Girl''''' is a German FairyTale collected by the BrothersGrimm.

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'''''The ''The Goose Girl''''' Girl'' is a German FairyTale collected by the BrothersGrimm.
9th Aug '15 2:59:14 PM eroock
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* ValuesDissonance: The story's portrayal of royalty (the widowed queen, princess, king, and prince) being inherently kinder than the servants (the chambermaid and goose boy) can seem a bit iffy to modern audiences.
14th Jun '15 7:30:38 PM LadyYuki
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* BeautyEqualsGoddness: The princess.

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* BeautyEqualsGoddness: BeautyEqualsGoodness: The princess.



* Royalty to RagsToRoyalty

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* Royalty to RagsToRoyaltyRagsToRoyalty: Inverted with the true princess, then played straight when her status is restored in the ending.
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