Robert D. San Souci
A Carribean fairy tale with a familiar plot portrays Cendrillon as the daughter of a widower mistreated by her stepmother and stepsister.
Cendrillon does not have a special beginning. It begins with a description of the
green-green island in the so-blue Mer des Antilles (San Souci).
Cendrillon's godmother uses her magic wand to turn
[s]ix agoutis in a cage [into] six splendid carriage horses (San Souci).