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Day Twenty-Six: Rapunzel

 

Rapunzel

Will be created by:

 

Laurie Lenz of Angels Doll studio

 

 

 

From her tower window, Rapunzel notices a man digging up night root. Since he is the first person she's seen in a long time, the princess calls to him for help. The man, Prince Charming, climbs up the tower using her long, braided hair as a scaling rope. After she tells him of her past, he promises to rescue her. When the cloaked witch climbs up the tower, she is finally unmasked as Rapunzel herself due to the effects of the night root. While Prince Charming pushes Rapunzel to fight this manifestation of her own fear, the witch throws him out of the tower. As he is clinging onto a vine, the witch begins ascending up using Rapunzel's hair. Advised by Prince Charming to fend off the fear or risk dying alone, she severs the length of her hair; causing the witch to fall and dissipate. Prince Charming helps Rapunzel out of the tower, bringing the princess to her parents, who she happily reunites with.

 

Rapunzel is originally by Friedrich Schulz published in 1790 and was adapted later by the Brothers Grimm. Rapunzel is portrayed by the graceful Alexandra Metz.

 

 

 

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