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.
Later, Muff Potter is accused of murder yet Tom stands out and tells the truth out of conscience. Thus, he becomes the hero of the town but Injun Joe flees. Once more, Tom and Huck adventure to a haunted house for buried treasure, where they encounter Injun Joe who disguises as a deaf and mute Spaniard and dig out the gold without noticing the boys. At a town inn, Huck traces Injun Joe and comes across Injun Joe¡¯s plan to kill the kind Widow Douglas, who is then saved thanks to Huck¡¯s foretelling of the evil plan. Meanwhile, Tom and Becky go picnic in McDougal¡¯s Cave where they go lost and Tome sees Injun Joe.
Charles Dickens is protesting in this book that everyone should have a chance to become successful in life; that even criminals should be allowed a second chance to undo their acts and crimes. When Oliver is first introduced to the mastermind Fagin, he is sent on a mission with the Dodger and Charley Bates to steal a handkerchief from a gentleman. When he fails, the Dodger and Bates flee without the gentleman noticing. Oliver however is caught and sent to the police office to be sentenced by the magistrate. It is only when Oliver is saved by a witness’ confession that the other two boys attempted the theft rather than Oliver himself that he is allowed to be set free.
When they arrived, they asked if Prince John wanted to have his fortune told. He agreed right away, and invited Robin Hood inside. As Prince John was concentrating on having his fortune told, Robin Hood and Little John began working to take back the money that Prince John had stolen from the villagers for taxes. The two partners ran off and distributed the money between the poor villagers. Because of Robin Hood’s controversial actions, the conniving Prince John tried to come up with a plan to trap Robin Hood the do-gooder and his do-gooder friend Little John.
After a while the Duke and the King sell Jim saying he is a runaway slave from New Orleans. Huck decides to rescue Jim so he follows him to the house where he was sold, only to find ... ... middle of paper ... ...sions but shocking for the white society. He meets a group of slave hunters and then he discovers that telling a lie is sometimes good. Being a child the world always seems new to him, everything he finds or encounters is an occasion that makes him think. After a while, Huck returns to the town dressed as a girl to find more news.
Tintin succeeds in warning the reigning King, Muskar XII, despite the efforts of the conspirators. He and the King rush to the royal treasure room to find Alembick, the royal photographer and some guards unconscious and the sceptre missing. Tintin's friends Thomson and Thompson are summoned to investigate but their theory on how the sceptre was stolen proves bad and painful for them. Later on, Tintin notices a spring cannon in a toy shop and this gives him the clue. Professor Alembick had asked for some photographs to be taken of the sceptre, but the camera was a spring cannon in disguise, which allowed him to catapult it out of the castle into a nearby
All that have previously seen the ghost decide to take Prince Hamlet to see if they could come across the ghost once more. The ghost of King Hamlet speaks this time to his son proclaiming that he is his Father and that he was poisoned by his very own brother, the New King of Denmark. During this conversation between the two he orders Hamlet to pursue a plan of revenge on his Uncle Claudius. Throughout the play we learn that Hamlet is emotional and so he postpones plotting revenge and began to become very miserable and that was being perceived as madness. The King and Queen hire Prince Hamlet’s friends Rosencrantz and Guildenstern to follow his every move and see if they could find the root of his madness.
The Prince hears of Buttercup and her beauty so he asks her to marry him even though they don't love each other. Buttercup has to say yes. Later that day she is kidnapped by Fezzik (the Turk), Inigo (the Spaniard), and Vizzini (the Sicilian). The three men then sail to Guilder to kill Buttercup so Prince Humperdinck can start a war. Inigo then realizes the Man in Black is following them.
However, Valjean is still tempted to steal from the bishop. He takes his silverware, and flees. Valjean is caught by the police, and forced to return to the bishop's house. The bishop gives Valjean a second chance, by telling the police that the silverware was a gift, and giving him the silver candlesticks in addition. Valjean is instructed to start a new life as an honest man.
Pip obeys, but the fearsome convict is soon captured anyway. The convict protects Pip by claiming to have stolen the items himself. One day his uncle takes him to Miss Havishams house to play. A few years later he is apprenticed to his sisters husband. One-day pip is told that he is to live in London and has great expectations thanks to a secret friend.