Who Wrote the Original Cinderella?

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Charles Perrault was a minor literary figure in the 18th century and was the original author of Cinderella. There are more than 3000 versions of Cinderella and almost every world culture has one. Perrault cleaned up the popular peasant version of the Cinderella tale for a more refined, upscale audience.
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Charles Perrault (1628-1703) published the first version of Cinderella in 1697. His Mother Goose collection also included Little Red Riding Hood, and Sleeping Beauty.
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