November 12, 2011


By being faced with a daunting task, the characters often make choices or decisions that show a lack of thought.  Columns A and B reflect that.  After realizing that their deals are not as favorable as they thought they would be, they make further questionable decisions such as sending a servant to find a name (i.e. cheating) or making a deal with Rumplestiltskin in the first place in order to fool the King.


One Response to “11/9”

  1.   Kevin L. Ferguson said:

    I like the comparison between the columns “lack of thought” and “answers found”–maybe this story is really about “knowledge,” and how certain people can “outsource” knowledge and find it elsewhere, rather than try to discover it themselves?

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