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The Complete Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm - The Strange Musician Summary & Analysis

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The Strange Musician Summary

A musician alone in a forest decides to find a companion for himself. He does this by playing his fiddle. The first three creatures the musician meets are not the companions he wants so he tricks them and leaves them. The wolf sets all these companions free and they go looking for the musician. A wood cutter is fascinated by the musician's playing, and with ax in hand, goes closer to hear the music. As the wood cutter is listening, the wolf, fox, and hare approach the musician and the wood cutter feels they plan to do the musician harm. The wood cutter jumps between the animals and musician, and tells the animals if they hurt the musician they will have to deal with him. The animals run away into the woods. The musician plays the wood cutter one...

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