The prince and the pauper

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The prince and the pauper





The three main ideas of this book are (1) two boys' wishes become
true but later they don't enjoy it (2) Be careful what you wish for(3) Always
think about what you're doing first. The two major characters were Tom Canty and Edward, the Prince of Wales.

The conflict was between John Canty, Tom's father, and the prince.
The other conflict was between Tom and the lords, servants, the King, and all the royal
people in the castle. John Canty, the lords, the servants, the

King, and all the royal people in the castle opposed Tom and Edward. Tom and Edward
opposed them also. The characters deal with the situation that they find themselves in by
telling the truth. They never stopped telling everyone one who they really were. They
insisted saying that there were not who everyone really thought they were.


Everyone thought Tom and Edward were both mad. The reason why no one believed them is
because they both looked alike and they both had exchanged outfits. They exchanged outfits
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