Rump: The True Story of Rumpelstiltskin - Chapters 1-6 Summary & Analysis

Liesl Shurtliff
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Chapter One: Your Name Is Your Destiny

When Rump was born, Anna, his mother had a difficult birth and didn’t survive. Before she took her last breath, she told her mother-in-law that the boy’s name was “Rump…Rump…” she wanted to finish the name but couldn’t get it out; she died and the newborn boy was stuck with the name “Rump”. He lived with his grandmother and worked the mines. The people had to find gold for King Bartholomew in order to get rations. If they found a good amount, they’d get extra rations.

Rump worked the minds but he was small and weak – he stopped growing when he was eight – and not able to dig up much gold. The other bigger boys, Bruno and Frederick, made fun of Rump and his name. One of them called him “Butt...

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