The Princess Bride - Buttercup's Baby: An Explanation and Chapter One, Fezzik Dies Summary & Analysis

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Buttercup's Baby: An Explanation and Chapter One, Fezzik Dies Summary

Goldman says that he only abridged the first chapter of Buttercup's Baby because that was all he was allowed to do. A legal battle with Morgenstern's estate prevented him from doing anything more with The Princess Bride or Buttercup's Baby. Goldman moved on to other endeavors, and it is not until he becomes a grandfather that Buttercup's Baby resurfaces. His grandson, Willy, asks to hear the sequel to The Princess Bride. After more arguing with Morgenstern's lawyers, Goldman obtains permission to abridge the first chapter of Buttercup's Baby.

The first chapter of Buttercup's Baby is broken into four sections. The first focuses on Fezzik and Waverly on One Tree Island. Fezzik is trying to climb a 15,000 foot mountain in pursuit of a madman who has stolen Buttercup's...

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