The University of Rochester's Robbins Library offers the Cinderella Bibliography: an extensive annotated bibliography of resources related to the famous fairytale and its many renditions and variations around the globe. In addition, this website offers a number of illustrations related to Cinderella, which collectively span two centuries. Visitors may want to start by reading the introduction, which explains the basic components of the Cinderella story and offers a glimpse into the diversity of how the tale has been presented around the world and throughout time. For example, in some versions, such as the Little Red Ox, the Cinderella character is a male. In another version, Cinderella leaves behind a nose ring, not a glass slipper, at the ball. Visitors can browse this bibliography by category title, such as Education materials, Modern children's editions and adaptations, and Musical compositions and dances. This bibliography offers an excellent one-stop-shop for students, scholars, and others interested in researching the ubiquitous fairytale.
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