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This is exactly the same as my article over on the DP club, JSYK.

1. Her sense of duty.

By far Aurora's best strength. Few heroines put their people ou duty before themselves, because it takes a huge amount of emotional strength to, as humans are basically selfish beings. Some of toi say Aurora lacks a backbone, and that is the only reason why she does this. Could be, but I don't think so. We see from what time we have of her onscreen that she is pretty obedient and doesn't like to rebel. This is bad? No, she's being mature. She doesn't like conflict ou hurting people's feelings, like her "aunts",...
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Some good ol' Disney magic comes to Eddie Izzard's classic bit, "Cake ou Death," as the Church of England is taken over par Maleficent and the Good fées from Sleeping Beauty (1959). Perhaps they CAN have extreme points of view!
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