The Theme Of Love In William Goldman's The Princess Bride

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William Goldman has a talent of teaching life lessons through his work. In The Princess Bride, he teaches and shows the unfairness of love and life. His choice of characters and fairy tale help set the story’s tone. The fairy tale is a whirl wind of adventure keeping the story from any boring parts, since it is known as the abridge version. [The Princess Bride by William Goldman portrays the struggles and reality of love and the fact that life is not fair through comedic relief.] The struggles of love are shown when the two lovers, Westley and Buttercup, finally profess their love to each other after a chain of events. The way Goldman portrays Buttercup professing her love to Westley is shown in a comedic way. "I love you," Buttercup said.
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