In Frank Beddor’s The Looking Glass Wars, he retells the original story of Alice in Wonderland. He turns the whole story backwards, and makes Princess Alyss’s original home Wonderland instead of London. She then must leave Wonderland because her mother, Queen Genevieve, must protect her daughter Alyss from Queen Redd, who is about to take over the throne. While Alyss is running away, she ends up in England and starts a new life. After living in England for 13 years, Alyss returns home, defeats Queen Redd, and regains her mother’s throne.
This occurs throughout Macbeth, but most notably in her performance before and after Duncan’s murder. In these parts of the story, Lady Macbeth becomes a master of deception and is able to trick both Duncan and the thanes into believing that she is a benevolent host who cares about her guests wholeheartedly even though she plans to kill the King. One scene in particular where Lady Macbeth is deceptive happens before Duncan arrives at the Macbeth’s castle. In this scene, Lady Macbeth tells her husband about her plan to don a mask for Duncan’s visit. She says to him, “Bear welcome in your eye, your hand, your tongue.
I find the multitude of challenges that Alyss faced to be an intriguing look at life as we mature. Alyss overcomes losing both of her parents, who were killed by her power hungry aunt Redd. She also ends up getting separated from her most trusted bodyguard, Hatter, yet learns how to become more independent resulting from this situation. Lastly, she learns a very valuable lesson, when she is faced with the complex maze, to never give up. In the end, all of these challenges help to shape who Alyss is when she finally becomes the Queen of Wonderland.
In the short story The Cask of Amontillado, the main character Montresor shows that his connoisseurship goes well and beyond the fine wines, and simple delicacies. He approaches revenge as a form of art. This first shows when Montresor, describes deviously, how he will punish Fortunato for the many injuries he now possesses. Then, he meets Fortunato at the carnival and greets him like an old friend. However, Montresor conceals his true views of Fortunato long enough to lure him into catacombs.
Kwame Dawes poem “Death” is more literal his message on death is directed right towards the audience. His tone though out the poem changes into a negative to positive tone and also his poem is a bit deep, he goes into detail. He uses the word “You” constantly in his poem indicating its for the readers. Dawes message is that you can control death in certain situations and because of that you shouldn’t fear death. For example, he goes into detail when murdering a cat, “you squeeze its neck until messes itself, its clawing into tour skin.” (lines13,14) And he goes on talking about a murdered man hung in a well.
In “The Iron King”,by Julie Kagawa, Meghan Chase has a great weakness that causes her to give up important things to save the people she loves and cares about. Meghan goes to Nevernever to find her kidnapped brother Ethan, who was taken by the Iron king. Through this process Meghan meets many new creatures and unfortunately she has to bargain with them in order to find Ethan. Her best friend Puck, from a Midsummer’s Nights Dream, helps her through the faery land but soon finds his arch enemy Ash. Ash is the Winter prince of the Unseelie Court.
This takes place in Flowerlandia in the year of 3020. Princess Rose of Flowerlandia is always seeking for adventure and Jasper captures her while she is on one. Jasper is a villain who lives in Evil Tower which is where he takes the princess after he captures her. He is very unhappy and wants to destroy Flowerlandia so he can build Evil Town on its land. Now it 's up to Prince Carter of Candyville to save Princess Rose because he needs a princess to marry.
It seems that Fiona is frustrated that the princesses instinctively dropped to their typical position based on their fairytales, when clearly that is the most hopeless thing they could do for themselves. Then the queen stands up for Fiona and head-butts the brick wall, busting it down, freeing the trapped princesses. Fiona responds, “Okay girls, from here on out, we’re gonna take care of business ourselves” (Price 95). This then leads to the princesses combating the guards outside the Castle Gardens. The princesses are portrayed in a way that have not been seen before.
This is portrayed in Terry Pratchett’s Witches Abroad, in which Lilith Weatherwax struggles to free herself from the fictitious world she has fabricated. With the use of storytelling, Witches Abroad uncovers the hidden dangers of false appearances to explore the underlying theme of reality versus illusion. At a first glance, Witches Abroad appears to be a classic fairy tale. It has the common elements of a typical fairy tale, such as witches, fairies, and princesses. Therefore, we expect the good to triumph over the bad, and the princess to get her prince.
(He wants his daughter to marry demetrius who he knows better than Lysander). Causing him to be very strict and wants things to go his way. Egeus is then becoming angry with his daughter because of her disobeying actions in wanting to marry Lysander instead of Demetrius; Quote:” As she is mine, I may dispose of her which shall either be to this gentleman or to her death” (Act 1 scene 1 Lines 41-45) But in the end he becomes agreeable and allowed Hermia to love Lysander, But here’s the thing if the Fairies did not get involved Egeus would have went ahead and executed His own daughter for her disobedience. Hermia And Lysander on the other hand, took a walk in the park discussing why he cannot fall in love or marry her(Egeus would not allow it) then we come to the scene where Lysander is misapplied with magic and wakes up in love with Helena; That is one crazy scene in my