Book Analysis of THE PRINCESS BRIDE by S. Morganstern/William Goldman
In The Princess Bride, the narrative hook comes within the first few pages of the novel when we find out that Westley, Buttercup's lover, will be going on a voyage to find his fortune. Buttercup tells him that she fears she will never see him again, enticing the reader. Soon after, Buttercup finds out that the Dread Pirate Roberts, who leaves no prisoners, took over Westley's ship. She is devastated by this, and even more so by the fact that she must now marry Prince Humperdinck, whom she does not love.
The rising action begins as Vizzini and his two henchmen, Fezzik and Inigo kidnap Butt…
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