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And thus Snow White became the prince's bride

Page history last edited by Andrew Lewis 13 years, 6 months ago

The last stanza ends the poem with a sense of irony, emphasizing the plain fact that Snow White's marriage to the prince (in the style of the Disney-fied overexaggeration of stock scenarios or "recurrent types of incidents or of sequences in drama or narrative" [Abrams 307]) was going to happen, no matter how absurd it (her survival, her triumph even) may appear to us.

   

 

 

Comments (1)

Athenna Harrison said

at 12:13 am on Oct 28, 2008

I think that this is a good start, but it would be better if you expand on the irony of this line a little more becuase I don't really understand what you mean.

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