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A very famous playwright novelist essayist poet and epigrammatist wrote the story entitled The Birthday of the Infanta This story by genre is partly short story and partly fairy-tale The story told the readers about a little Dwarf who was ugly hunchbacked monster but did not realize it by himself And one day he looked in the invisible wall of clear water and saw his own reflection He could not ever imagine that he is so ugly so deterrent Dwarfs little heart could not bear such shock - the little creature died Meanwhile a little girl who owned the Dwarf Infanta wanted to show her jester to her friends She was very capricious mainly as all princesses and wanted everybody to fulfill her desires but if somebody did not do it - little Infanta became crazy She was disappointed when her uncle said that the Dwarf is dead and would not make her laugh again She told not to give her such presents anymore which cannot make her happy and laugh The theme of this story is very close related to the message of the text - not the persons appearance but the inner world shows the real beauty of the person The composition is in media r275s- as if the readers already know this story The text The Birthday of the Infanta can be divided into two parts first one could be revelation of the Dwarf When he sees his reflection in the mirror everything changes in his life And the second part could be after the Dwarfs death Little princesses became very sad because there was nobody to make her laugh in her birthday Speaking about the climax it appears at that moment when the Dwarf realizes that it was he who was misshapen hunchbacked foul to look at the grotesque - he cannot take it and he dies But the Dwarf never looked up and his sobs grew fainter and fainter and
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