Rumpelstiltskin

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  • Exposition
  • Inciting Incident
  • Rising Action
  • Once upon a time, in a small village, there lived a poor man and his beautiful daughter. The man had lied to the king that his daughter could spin straw into gold in order to impress him.
  • Rising Action pt.2
  • The king then locked the girl into a room with a spinning wheel and some straw. If the girl could not spin all of the straw into gold, the king would chop her head off. However if the girl succeeded three nights in a row, she would marry the prince.
  • Climax
  • The girl was so worried that she started to cry. Then, a strange little man appeared and told her that he would spin her straw into gold if she gave him something in return. He returned again the next night, spinning her straw into gold once again.
  • Falling Action / Resolution
  • The strange man appeared on the third night, but the girl didn't have anything to reward him with. He then spun her straw into gold for a promise that he would have her first born child after she was made princess.
  • A year later, the prince and the princess had a baby son. The strange man returned to claim her baby, but the princess refused. The man took pity and gave her three days to guess his name, or else he would take the baby. The princess searched for two days until her servants secretly heard the strange man singing his name, 'Rumpelstiltskin,' in the woods.
  • The princess will never know that RUMPELSTILTSKIN is my name
  • The next day, the princess and the strange man met. When the princess guessed his name correctly, Rumpelstiltskin got so angry that he blew up into tiny pieces. As for the princess's dad, he learnt his lesson and promised to never boast again. The prince, the princess, and their baby son lived happily ever after.
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