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The Complete Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm - The Good Bargain Summary & Analysis

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The Good Bargain Summary

A dumb peasant loses out each time he tries to earn himself some money. Although a Jew and soldier plan to trick the peasant out of a reward from the king, the peasant actually outsmarts them both through dumb luck.

The Good Bargain Analysis

This is the story of one person's stroke of good luck. The peasant earns money and a good coat as a reward for his ability to outsmart both a Jew and a king. The story bears the common marks of a fairy tale, as it includes talking animals as well as a king and princess.

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