The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty - Study Guide Chapter 12, Serving Maid Summary & Analysis

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Beauty is handed over to Leon, who scrubs her clean before adorning Beauty heavily. Of all Beauty's decorations, she is most bothered by the jewel in her navel and the gem adhered to her cheek. Though Leon is proud of his work, Beauty feels more exposed than if she was completely nude, and would like to tear everything from her body. Beauty is further dismayed when she enters the parlor to behold Lady Juliana playing chess with the Prince. Beauty feels foolish for her jealousy, for questioning why she must suffer while the other girl sits beautifully.

Lady Juliana commands Beauty to stand so she can be appraised. The Prince directs Beauty to a pitcher, telling her to serve the room and return. Lady Juliana iterates to the Prince she would to spend time with Beauty if the Prince weren't so possessive. The...

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