Book Name: The Tales of Beedle the Bard Author: J.K.Rowling
Lets have a brief summary of the book first. This book contains five fairy tales of the fantastic magical world of Harry potter. Each story carries a parable or a hidden meaning behind it. If you can’t get the meaning after each story, there will be a chapter behind it telling you the theme and the background of the story.
The most exciting and unforgettable part of this book is the story of the three brothers- when the three brothers traveled through a bridge above the river, which is made by themselves with their wands’ they saw the Death, but guess what? The Death didn’t kill them, but give three of them three wishes and them let them left. Isn’t this an extraordinary thing for the Death to do? The answer is obvious, isn’t it? This is because all the wishes are up to no good; the Death will get their lives eventually with their three wishes. The ending is obvious, all three of them were dead at last…
The Death gave the oldest brother the wand that can conquered death, however, one day a greedy and jealous wizard stole his wand. For good measure, he killed him.
As for the second brother, the Death gave him a stone that can bring people out from hell and get back to life, however, that people won’t be able to talk. The second brother brought his lover back, but since she couldn’t talk, he killed himself to join her in the hell… What an idiot!
For the third brother, who is the cleverest one, wished Death to give him something that enabled him to go forth without being followed by Death. And therefore, he didn’t die luckily.
I think that this part is the most important to the whole story because it’s the ending! Without the ending the story will be incomplete and the readers will never know the meaning of this story. The ending of the story is definitely, absolutely the soul of the entire story since this is the most exciting and interesting sections. If I was allowed to make...
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