كل ما يتعلق بمنهج اللغة الانجليزية الجديد للصف الثالث الثانوى ثانوية عامة 2013 The Prisoner of Zen

الجمعة، 1 فبراير، 2013 التسميات:
The prisoner of Zenda
يتعلق بمنهج اللغة الانجليزية الجديد
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يتعلق بمنهج اللغة الانجليزية الجديد
ثانيا موقع هام جدا عن قصة The prisoner of Zenda
يتعلق بمنهج اللغة الانجليزية الجديد
Themes in the Novel
1. Good versus Evil
Rassendyll does not have any interest in the throne. He helps Rudolf the Fifth by impersonating him. He does this to protect the King and country from the evil Black Michael. Black Michael is interested to be the King of Ruritania and marry Princess Flavia. Rassendyll, Colonel Sapt and Fritz do their best to save the king and country from Black Michael.
2. Love and Honour Rassendyll impersonates King Rudolf the Fifth. As the King, he meets Princess Flavia. He falls in love with her. But, he realises that he is not the King. He has to save the real King. He has given his word to save the King. He has to keep his word of honour. The princess loves Rassendyll and not the King. But she realises that honour is more important than love. She sacrifices her love. She knows she has a duty toward the King and country. In the story, honour is more important than love.



3. Greed Greed is also clearly shown as a theme in the story. Black Michael is only interested in becoming the King of Ruritania. He puts his own brother (King Rudolf the Fifth) in prison in Castle Zenda. His greed for the throne makes him do evil things. He orders his men to kill Rassendyll. He also orders his men to kill the King if any attempt is made to save him. Rupert of Hentzau is also greedy of power and money. He does not mind killing anyone to become powerful and wealthy. Both Black Michael and Rupert of Hentzau show their greed.



4. Bravery Bravery is seen in the actions of the characters. Rassendyll is brave. He fights Black Michael’s men to rescue the King and protect the country from them. Colonel Sapt, Fritz and Marshall Strakencz are also brave officials of the Court. The King is finally rescued because of a few brave men.


Themes in the Novel
1. Good versus Evil
Rassendyll does not have any interest in the throne. He helps Rudolf the Fifth by impersonating him. He does this to protect the King and country from the evil Black Michael. Black Michael is interested to be the King of Ruritania and marry Princess Flavia. Rassendyll, Colonel Sapt and Fritz do their best to save the king and country from Black Michael.
2. Love and Honour Rassendyll impersonates King Rudolf the Fifth. As the King, he meets Princess Flavia. He falls in love with her. But, he realises that he is not the King. He has to save the real King. He has given his word to save the King. He has to keep his word of honour. The princess loves Rassendyll and not the King. But she realises that honour is more important than love. She sacrifices her love. She knows she has a duty toward the King and country. In the story, honour is more important than love.



3. Greed Greed is also clearly shown as a theme in the story. Black Michael is only interested in becoming the King of Ruritania. He puts his own brother (King Rudolf the Fifth) in prison in Castle Zenda. His greed for the throne makes him do evil things. He orders his men to kill Rassendyll. He also orders his men to kill the King if any attempt is made to save him. Rupert of Hentzau is also greedy of power and money. He does not mind killing anyone to become powerful and wealthy. Both Black Michael and Rupert of Hentzau show their greed.



4. Bravery Bravery is seen in the actions of the characters. Rassendyll is brave. He fights Black Michael’s men to rescue the King and protect the country from them. Colonel Sapt, Fritz and Marshall Strakencz are also brave officials of the Court. The King is finally rescued because of a few brave men.


Themes in the Novel
1. Good versus Evil
Rassendyll does not have any interest in the throne. He helps Rudolf the Fifth by impersonating him. He does this to protect the King and country from the evil Black Michael. Black Michael is interested to be the King of Ruritania and marry Princess Flavia. Rassendyll, Colonel Sapt and Fritz do their best to save the king and country from Black Michael.
2. Love and Honour Rassendyll impersonates King Rudolf the Fifth. As the King, he meets Princess Flavia. He falls in love with her. But, he realises that he is not the King. He has to save the real King. He has given his word to save the King. He has to keep his word of honour. The princess loves Rassendyll and not the King. But she realises that honour is more important than love. She sacrifices her love. She knows she has a duty toward the King and country. In the story, honour is more important than love.



3. Greed Greed is also clearly shown as a theme in the story. Black Michael is only interested in becoming the King of Ruritania. He puts his own brother (King Rudolf the Fifth) in prison in Castle Zenda. His greed for the throne makes him do evil things. He orders his men to kill Rassendyll. He also orders his men to kill the King if any attempt is made to save him. Rupert of Hentzau is also greedy of power and money. He does not mind killing anyone to become powerful and wealthy. Both Black Michael and Rupert of Hentzau show their greed.



4. Bravery Bravery is seen in the actions of the characters. Rassendyll is brave. He fights Black Michael’s men to rescue the King and protect the country from them. Colonel Sapt, Fritz and Marshall Strakencz are also brave officials of the Court. The King is finally rescued because of a few brave men.


Themes in the Novel
1. Good versus Evil
Rassendyll does not have any interest in the throne. He helps Rudolf the Fifth by impersonating him. He does this to protect the King and country from the evil Black Michael. Black Michael is interested to be the King of Ruritania and marry Princess Flavia. Rassendyll, Colonel Sapt and Fritz do their best to save the king and country from Black Michael.
2. Love and Honour
Rassendyll impersonates King Rudolf the Fifth. As the King, he meets Princess Flavia. He falls in love with her. But, he realises that he is not the King. He has to save the real King. He has given his word to save the King. He has to keep his word of honour. The princess loves Rassendyll and not the King. But she realises that honour is more important than love. She sacrifices her love. She knows she has a duty toward the King and country. In the story, honour is more important than love.
3. Greed
Greed is also clearly shown as a theme in the story. Black Michael is only interested in becoming the King of Ruritania. He puts his own brother (King Rudolf the Fifth) in prison in Castle Zenda. His greed for the throne makes him do evil things. He orders his men to kill Rassendyll. He also orders his men to kill the King if any attempt is made to save him. Rupert of Hentzau is also greedy of power and money. He does not mind killing anyone to become powerful and wealthy. Both Black Michael and Rupert of Hentzau show their greed.
4. Bravery
Bravery is seen in the actions of the characters. Rassendyll is brave. He fights Black Michael’s men to rescue the King and protect the country from them. Colonel Sapt, Fritz and Marshall Strakencz are also brave officials of the Court. The King is finally rescued because of a few brave men.

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