The Princess Bride - Chapter Two, The Groom; Chapter Three, The Courtship; Chapter Four, The Preparations Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Two, The Groom; Chapter Three, The Courtship; Chapter Four, The Preparations Summary

Prince Humperdinck is shaped like a barrel. He is short and stocky and walks like a crab. His only true love in life is hunting. Since hunting often takes him away from Florin for a long time, Humperdinck builds a Zoo of Death with the help of Count Rugen. The Zoo is kept stocked with all manner of beast for the Prince's hunting pleasure and tended by an albino zoo keeper. The Zoo is located in a remote corner of the castle grounds. It is composed of five levels, each more dangerous than the one above it. The fifth level is left empty because Humperdinck has yet to find an opponent worthy of his abilities. When the announcement comes that King...

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