Here is the outline; the typology of one version of Beauty and the Beast. Of course, there are many others, but this is one of the earliest. Note that the girl, unlike later versions, saves herself. Jung says that folk tales are a map or a guide on the treacherous and tricky road to maturation. From this typology, what is her story?
-The wealthy bride groom is a wizard in disguise.
-The youngest daughter is imprisoned by the wizard.
- A key motif, and a test
-The youngest daughter, who is Innocent Incarnate, passes the test
-Miraculously, she saves her two sisters
-She frees all the slaughtered women who have come before her.
-She rolls herself in honey, then feathers, and disguised as a bird, she escapes
-The wizard dies when his castle is set on fire.