Ella Enchanted Essay

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Ella Enchanted




A young girl named Ella received a spell at birth from the fairy Lucinda. Lucinda gives
the gift of always being obedient. The spell causes Ella to obey commands of others.
Ella was happy with her life otherwise. Ella and her mother would do everything together,
until her mother became sick and died. Ella’s father did not like the way Ella was
brought up so he sent her off to finishing school. A rich widow named Dame Olga sent her
two daughters, Hattie and Olive, there also. Ella despises them because they order her
around a lot. Ella runs away from school. Her goal is to find Lucinda, the fairy, to
turn the spell around. Instead, Ella finds Prince Char who becomes her friend. Prince
Char’s coach brings Ella to a giant’s wedding where Lucinda is located. Ella asks Lucinda
to undo the spell, but Lucinda tells her to be ‘happy' about the gift. Ella’s father
takes her home from the wedding and announces he’s going to marry Dame Olga. One day
Hattie and Olive started talking about a ball that the prince was having so he can find a
mistress. Ella really wants to go, but can’t because Hattie and Olive are going and Ella
fears that they will see her. So after the girls leave Ella decides to go and she will
have Lucinda come and make her a coach to bring her to the ball. Ella gets to the ball,
wearing a mask, and tells the prince her name is Lela. He believes her, but his heart
says that she is Ella. After three nights of the ball Char rips off Ella’s mask. Ella
runs away and loses a glass slipper. Char goes looking everywhere to find the girl who
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