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Transcript of Bluebeard Analysis
Hero (Wife's brother)
Villain/Evil figure (Bluebeard himself) Setting Like a lot of fairy tales, Bluebeard is set in a natural European environment. More specifically, Bluebeard is set in France and takes place in a medieval castle surrounded by forest. Plot Summary Character Types The main character types are: Language The language used is sophisticated but, unlike other fairy tales, it is not written in Old English. Sentences are phrased so that one believes that it was set at the time, but there is no language that could not be understood by those of the Modern English era. Morals - Curiosity killed the cat
- "Curiosity, in spite of its charm,
Too often causes a great deal of harm.
A thousand new cases arise each day.
With due respect, ladies, the thrill is slight,
For as soon as you're satisfied, it goes away,
And the price one pays is never right."
Ladies, you should never pry,—
You’ll repent it by and by!
‘Tis the silliest of sins;
Trouble in a trice begins.
There are, surely—more’s the woe
Lots of things you need not know.
Come, forswear it now and here—
Joy so brief that costs so dear!
Charles Perrault Brooke and Chris