The Princess Bride - Chapter One, The Bride Summary & Analysis

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Chapter One, The Bride Summary

Buttercup is not thought of as one of the most beautiful females in the world. She is not concerned with her image and does not like to bathe or comb her hair. Instead she spends her time riding her horse and taunting the farm boy. No matter what Buttercup commands the Farm Boy to do, he simply answers, "As you wish." When Buttercup turns sixteen she notices other girls do not speak to her. Buttercup asks one of the village girls why they ignore her and learns that the girls are jealous because all the village boys fawn over Buttercup. When Buttercup is seventeen a rich man drives twenty miles to catch a glimpse of her. He is not the first man to do so but he is the first rich man to travel from far away...

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