Everything goes as planned. D’Artagnan leaves Paris, because he was in danger of the cardinal’s spies, and goes looks for the musketeers. He finds all of them exactly where they were left at. Then, they found out that they needed to buy equipment for the king’s military mission. None of the musketeers have any money, so they needed to find a way to get some.
Richelieu told the King to schedule a ball in ten days in the Queens’ honor. He told Milady de Winter to steal two of the diamonds from the ribbon to show the King that his Queen gave it to another man. Constance asks D’Artagnan to tell the Duke about the ribbon, and the Queens’ danger. The Duke gets someone to make a pair that looks just the same so he can get the Queen out of great danger.
Perseus gets manipulated and volunteers to kill Medusa in an act to offer his services to King Polydectes. Similarly, Psyche gets tricked by her evil sisters to go against her husband’s wishes, but through her curiosity, she insists to find out who her husband actually is. Both Perseus and Psyche portray similar characteristics in their own myths; one example of their similarities is that they are both naïve. Perseus falls straight into King Polydectes’ plan to get rid of him and marry his mother. As it states in the myth, “Perseus had foolishly permitted himself to be manipulated into volunteering to die” (200).
As the story goes on he finds Buttercup kidnapped by three men and fights to save her from an awful marriage to a prince. They notice a man in black following behind them, so they try to fight him off thinking he is the bad guy. From this point he looks like the bad guy, but is really the hero that saves Buttercup. Just like in other love moves we can see the villain turning nice slowly and trying to fight to do the right thing. When he and Vizzini are sitting across from each other with the drinks, one is poison and the other isn't.
Tybalt kills Mercutio, which causes Romeo to kill Tybalt in a fit of rage. For this, Prince (the Chief of Police) banishes Romeo from Verona. Juliet Capulet, according to her parents' wish, is to be married off to Paris. She does not want to marry him so she arranges with Friar Laurence to fake her own death with a sleeping potion that will make everyone think that she is dead. Friar Laurence promises to send word to Romeo to meet her when the potion wears off and to take her to Mantua (where Romeo is residing, after being banished from Verona).
The plot of the story begins in September, 1792 in France. Nobles are losing their heads to the guillotine. The Scarlet Pimpernel, who was given that name because he leaves images of that very flower on slips of paper, has been sneaking those who would be targeted to lose their heads in France, out of the country. Sergeant Bibot, an agent of the Committee of Public Safety, is watching the West Gate of the city of Paris. Seargeant Bibot feels that no one will get past him when he is guarding the West Gate.
The Teacher sends Silas there. Silas follows Saunière's clues to the keystone's location and discovers that he has been tricked. In a fit of rage, he kills Sister Sandrine Bieil, the church's keeper and a sentry for the Priory of Sion. At the Louvre, Langdon meets Jerome Collet and Bezu Fache, the police captain, and realizes that the two policemen suspect him of the murder. Sophie Neveu, an agent of the department of cryptology and Saunière's granddaughter, arrives at the crime scene and tells Langdon that he must call the embassy.
It’s shorter, and more memorable, it gives people a sense of intimacy even before they start reading the books. It all started with a teenage girl, Katarina Bishop, got kicked out of a school for a prank she didn’t commit. She found out later that she was framed by her best friend, Hale, a mysterious handsome and extremely wealthy boy whose first name remained unknown even for Katarina. Hale did that in order to bring a message to her, he told her that a really bad guy called Arturo Taccone was looking for her father because he thought her father had stolen his precious paintings. Later, Katarina learned about that her father did not do it, and she tried to convince Taccone but failed.
Juliet agrees, drinks the portion and apparently die, and the Friar sends a messenger to inform Romeo, but the messenger fail to reach Romeo, and instead a friend of Romeo reaches him and tells him that Juliet is dead because he didn't knew that Juliet is only apparently dead because of the potion. Romeo buys a poison, comes back to Verona and enters Juliet tomb. He kisses her, and suicide. A little after, Juliet wake up, find her Romeo dead, and use Romeo's dagger to suicide. Romeo and Capulet arrive at the tomb, and decide to stop the fighting between the families.
Seijuro then decides to try to get his act together to be accepted back into his merchant family. He gets a job and falls in love with a young woman named Onatsu. The pair end up attempting to run away together, but their attempt fails. Seijuro ends up in jail, and Onatsu ends up locked up. Onatsu is then accused of stealing gold pieces from her father under Seijuro’s orders.