The Tiger's Bride and The Company of Wolves

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Jonathan Gold November 7, 2005 Dr. Mary Mar The Tiger's Bride and The Company of Wolves Response Angela Carter’s, The Bloody Chamber and Other Stories, contains one short story in particularly called The Tiger’s Bride , a haunting version of Beauty and the Beast . Due to the father’s gambling addiction, the Beauty of the story is lost in a card game to The Beast, and is therefore subjects to humiliation in the presents of The Beast. Beauty is treated like royalty and is made most comfortable. The Beast asks the Beauty if see would take of here cloths so that he may be able to see a naked virgin. Beauty refuses this question many times, until The Beast asks that she must see him naked to be able to leave. See accepts his offer, and when she has seen him naked, she too shows him her naked self. In the end, the hero does not become a handsome prince, but instead, Beauty is transformed into a tiger by The Beasts passionate kiss: And each stroke of his tongue ripped off skin after successive skin, all the skins of
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2009 for the course ENG 100 taught by Professor Marr during the Spring '09 term at Union.

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