The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty - Study Guide Chapter 3, Beauty Summary & Analysis

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Beauty is in torment. Despite her earlier quiet acceptance of humiliation at the hands of the Innkeeper's daughter, Beauty still feels there is something more she can do to illustrate her obedience. Beauty stands at the foot of the Prince's bed, contemplating how she can improve while appraising his dark beauty. The Prince calls Beauty to him and instructs her to untie his shirt with her teeth. When she accomplishes this task, the Prince tells her to do the same with his pants. Frightened, but knowing she cannot hesitate, Beauty immediately complies. The Prince instructs Beauty to bathe his organ, and Beauty scuttles to the wash basin and carries the bowl of water and a cloth to the bed.

The Prince commends Beauty on her obedience and willingness to please. Even as he does so, he picks up the paddle. He reminds Beauty that her...

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