'Beauty And The Beast' Follows A Tradition Of Animal-Human Love Stories : NPR

NPR | on Sun, Mar 19, 7:52 AM

All over the world there is folklore about animals and humans falling in love. Some think it could represent how people could value character more than appearance. LOURDES GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST: Disney's new live action version of "Beauty And The Beast" opened this weekend. NPR's Lynn Neary wanted to know just how far back that story really goes. LYNN NEARY, BYLINE: "Beauty And The Beast" has surfaced in many forms over the years. In a 1980s TV show, The Beast lived not in a castle, but in an ...

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