King Schahriar is the opening tale in The Arabian Nights
What type of narrator is used for the first part of King Schahriar and his Brother?
First person, limited viewpoint
Third person limited view point
Third person omniscient viewpoint
King Schahriar embarks on a cruel campaign in which marries, beds and then executes a new virgin bride each night as revenge for his wife's adultery.
Which of the following words could be used to describe King Schahriar? Choose all that apply
When the narration changes to first person, which character takes over the narration?
Which of the following powers does Scheherazade have? Choose all that apply.
The power of language
The power of persuasion
Scherhazade's plan can be seen as a triumph of female power over male power
Annotate this image of King Schahriar and Scheherazade to show the different types of power explored in the narrative.
True power comes form intelligence and being able to persuade people to your way of thinking.
What is the moral of this story?
Women are better than men
Men use sex as a weapon
Women can't be trusted
Words are more powerful than violence