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Rump the true story of Rumpelstiltskin


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Mind Map by michael.lamb, updated more than 1 year ago
Created by michael.lamb over 6 years ago

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Rump the true story of Rumpelstiltskin
  1. setting
    1. middle ages presumably when the story first appeared in 1576-1577
      1. Setting: The village, the mountain, yonder (if you think i am being lazy with the names this is what they refer to them as because they think places shouldn't have names wasted on them)
      2. Characters
        1. Rump (Rumpelstiltskin)
          1. courageous (kinda)
            1. average
            2. Red
              1. Bold
                1. offended easily
                2. Opal
                  1. dim-wit
                    1. full of herself
                  2. Main conflict
                    1. Conflict- Rump has dug himself into a curse and the only way out of his curse is to find his name
                      1. Cause- He found his mother's spinning wheel and with it he made gold and he dug himself into a curse
                      2. theme
                        1. money is the root of all evil
                          1. how it is shown- throughout the story all those who are greedy get there commupance even showing in fact of the ending chapter has everyone that was being greedy attacked by thousands of pixies
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