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Snow White

The Snow White and Seven Dwarfs story


In a faraway vast palace long, long ago there lived a beautiful princess who was named Snow White. Her appearance was so adorable that she had skin the color of snow, lips the crimson of a rose, and hair as dark as ebony. To everyone, she showed kindness and generosity. A beautiful princess was born long ago in a vast palace. Her name was Snow White. 

Snow White had a stepmother who was stunning but incredibly nasty. She used to ask herself who the fairest lady of all was, gazing into a mysterious mirror. According to the mirror, the queen was the most beautiful of them all. She used to be satisfied until the next day while listening to this.

As the days went by, Snow White blossomed into a stunning young woman. Then a really strange thing occurred. The wicked Queen once asked the mirror, "Who is the fairest lady of all?" To which the mirror replied, "Snow White." When the Queen heard this, she became envious and furious. She made the decision to murder Snow White.

The wicked stepmother gave a hunter the task of leading Snow White deep into the forest so she could be killed. The hunter chose not to kill Snow White even though he had led her into the woods. After telling Snow White the entire story, he walked away. In the woods, Snow White was by herself. In addition to being terrified, she had no idea how to get out of the woods. 

Snow White in fear began to sob as she ran through the prickly bushes and stones. The light was fading when at last she made out a modest house. With a sigh of relief, she walked over to the home. There was nobody home when she went inside. There was hardly much in the house. The house appeared disorganized. After cleaning the entire house, she stretched out across seven little beds.

After a long day at the mines, the seven dwarfs (Doc, Grumpy, Happy, Sleepy, Bashful, Sneezy, and Dopey) occupants of the house eventually came home. Their house was so perfect that it astonished them. They later discovered Snow White dozing off in their beds. They sent out shocked screams, and Snow White heard them when she woke up. She let out a shocked cry as well. In the meantime, each dwarf formally presented themselves to Snow White and inquired about her identity and purpose for being in their home.

Snow White told them about the entire huntsman's story about her wicked stepmother's deadly plan of Snow White and how she ended up at the seven dwarfs' house. The dwarfs were sympathetic to her. They offered her a place to stay if she would help them out around the house and prepare their dinner. After Snow White cheerfully agreed to the terms, they all began living happily ever after. She used to play with the little birds and animals around the house during the day when she was by herself. She was quite happy living a quiet life.

In her mistaken belief that Snow White had died, the wicked Queen proudly posed the same question to the mirror: "Who is the fairest lady of all?" She was even more shocked to see "Snow White" as the mirror's response. This deeply puzzled her upon hearing it. She realized that the huntsman had tricked her. She made the decision to kill Snow White this time, taking the initiative herself. She poisoned an apple after going to her hidden chamber. It was so highly poisonous that a just morsel may be fatal to the eater. She dressed up as a hag and headed over to the dwarfs' home.

The evil Queen banged on the door as she arrived at the dwarfs' home. The dwarfs told Snow White not to open the door for visitors so they could protect her. Asking the elderly woman at the door what she was there for, Snow White opened the window. Snow White was informed by the disguised Queen that the apples she is selling are the best. Poor Snow White was first reluctant to accept it, but she fell into the trap when she was drawn in by the gorgeous apple. She only had to take a bite out of the poisoned apple before passing out.

With a loud laugh, the wicked Queen returned to the palace. She questioned the mirror, "Who is the fairest lady of all?" once again. "You, my Queen," the mirror retorted this time. She laughed extremely loudly.

Snow White was found dead on the floor, shocking the dwarfs upon their return from their jobs. They tried to talk to her, shook her, and started crying. Inside a clear glass coffin, they kept her safe, making sure that one of them was always watching over the casket.

One day, a prince happened to be strolling in the woodland when he noticed the casket. He questioned the dwarfs about what had happened to Snow White, whom he had known and loved, when he saw her in the coffin. Upon hearing about the horrific event, he asked the dwarfs to give the coffin to him. After the Prince persuaded them to hand the casket to him, the dwarfs first denied providing it to him.

Snow White's hand was kissed by the Prince once he opened the coffin. She was instantly awakened by Love's kiss. The evil Queen's hate for Snow White was defeated by the Prince's love for her. As word spread of the Queen's awful act throughout the kingdom, she was exiled from the country for all time. After the Prince got married to Snow White, they had a long and happy marriage.

The story of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, which was previously mentioned, teaches us the value of kindness and faith. Kindness always prevails over evil, no matter how strong the opposition is. 

What is the Summary of the Snow White Story?

The tale of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs imparts timeless morals that resonate through generations. Snow White story encloses a caring attitude towards all living things, including the dwarfs, it highlights the value of kindness and compassion. It also emphasizes the victory of good over evil. Snow White’s inherent purification finally triumphs against the queen’s malicious plans. The story emphasizes the value of preserving in the face of hardship, through Snow White’s steadfast faith in the inherent goodness of others. Overall, Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs story is a moving of the timeless worth of kindness, inner beauty, friendship and the ultimate triumph of good over evil.

Frequently Asked Questions About The Snow White Story


1. Why is Snow White named "Snow White"?

   Snow White is named for her extraordinary fair skin, which is as white as snow. This characteristic sets her apart and plays a significant role in the story.

2. How do the Seven Dwarfs help Snow White?

   The Seven Dwarfs provide shelter and protection to Snow White when she flees from the evil Queen. They offer her a safe refuge in their cottage in the forest and become her loyal companions.

3. What is the role of the Magic Mirror in the story?

   The Magic Mirror serves as a tool for the Queen to satisfy her vanity. It reveals that Snow White surpasses her in beauty, which triggers the Queen's jealousy and sets the events of the story in motion.

4. How does Snow White defeat the evil Queen?

   Snow White ultimately defeats the evil Queen through her purity and innocence. The Queen's envy drives her to poison Snow White, but her goodness prevails, and she is awakened from her death-like slumber by true love's kiss.

5. What is the significance of the poisoned apple in the story?

   The poisoned apple represents the Queen's malevolence and her relentless pursuit to eliminate Snow White. It serves as a pivotal plot device, leading to Snow White's temporary demise and eventual rescue through the power of love and virtue.

6. What are the names of the 7 dwarfs in Snow White?

    Happy, Doc, Grumpy, Dopey, Bashful, Sleepy, and Sneezy are the names of the seven dwarfs who helped Snow White by providing shelter.

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