The Grimm brothers' short story, White Snake, depicts the venture of a servant in the medieval era. While, throughout the folk tale factors free will & fate impact the servant's journey. Other characters are also affected by these variables. Free will plays a huge part in the servant's life. For example he chooses to look at the king's food, a white snake, & acquires a small taste. He becomes the 1st & only person to ever see the king's hidden dessert. Then, the servant is later accused of stealing the king's ring, comes up on a duck who possesses the ring & gains the king's permission to grant any of his desires after returning the ring. Fate strolls into play as well. The servant took a ride of hope/faith on his horse & during his course he spotted a small group of fish gasping for their lives. He helps the fish get back into the water and they thank him for saving for their lives & promise to pay their debt. In a test of love the servant must retrieve a ring from the sea or he shall be drowned. A few moments after the ring was tossed into sea, 1 of the fish he'd save earlier grabbed it for him & ultimately saved the servant's life. Therefore, proving the elements fate & free will operate significant roles in the Grimm brothers' short tale White Snake, impacting the servant's wild escapade.
Don't sweat it guys. Farewell and take good care of your selves.
Thank you good sir, we shall never forget you !
(whistles with a tune)
Yes... I have the duck.. and the King's ring. Sweeeeet !
No problem, now you all take care.
Thank you !
The servant saved the fish by throwing them back into the water after witnessing the fish gasping for their lives.
The servant snatches up the duck who has the King's ring in its stomach.
The servant kills his horse and gives it to the starving birds for food. The birds thank the man and promise to repay him.
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