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Charles Perrault

Charles Perrault (1628-1703) is widely recognized as the father of the fairy tale. A member of the Académie Française, he created the genre by adapting stories from classic folk tales. His works include Sleeping Beauty, Blue Beard, Puss in Boots, Little Tom Thumb, and The Tales of Mother Goose. He was born and died in Paris.