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The Role of Love in The Princess Bride

Summary: Love is present in almost all aspects of William Goldman's story The Princess Bride. Love is the theme that sparks the interesting events of the novel, and it is seen in both the main characters and in the minor characters.
The Role of Love in the Princess Bride

Love plays one of the largest roles in William Goldman's The Princess Bride. This story presents love in many different forms. Some characters claim their love to be true for each other, for others this is not the case. The reason love is such a major theme is that it is what sparks the interesting events in the book. Actions such as revenge and dramatic rescues are all sparked through love. Therefore love is present in almost all aspects of The Princess Bride, and is seen is both minor and major characters.

Love is not just present in the main characters, but is very alive in the smaller characters as well. This love is most clear in the situation of Inigo Montoya and his father Domingo. Inigo loved his father so much, that when...

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