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Point of View: 3rd person, omniscient
Setting: Medieval times
Theme: You can't cheat death
"A poor man had twelve children and had to work day and night in order just to feed them" (Grimm, 1). The point of view in this story is 3rd person, there is a narrator. I, me, or my, is never used unless it is in a quote, making it told in the third person by a narrator. The story is also omniscient because the narrator knows the thoughts and feelings of all of the characters.
"Now it came to pass that the king became ill" (Grimm, 20). The story took place in the Medieval times, this shows because of the presence of the king and princess. The story takes place in many different locations, including the woods where death gave him the herb, many different places where he healed people, the kings home, and the underground cavern where the physician dies and the story ends.
"Death pretended that he was going to fulfill this wish and took hold of a large new candle, but, desiring revenge, he purposely made a mistake in relighting it, and the little piece fell down and went out. The physician immediately fell to the ground, and he too was now in the hands of Death"(Grimm, 33). The Physician knew that there would be consequences to misusing the herb against Death's order, but did it anyway. Then thought he could get out of dying by just lighting a new candle, but it did not work, and he died
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