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

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Rapunzel Summary

Because a man steals rampion from a witch's garden, he and his wife are forced to give their new baby to the witch. The witch raises the child as her own. At the age of twelve, the child is locked in a tower with no doors or stairs. A prince hears Rapunzel singing and makes a plan to rescue her from the tower and marry her. The witch learns of the plan had has Rapunzel banished to a desert. The witch confronts the prince and in his fear, he jumps from the tower and his eyes are put out. By fate, Rapunzel and her prince are reunited. Her tears heal his eyes.

Rapunzel Analysis

This is a typical fairy tale in the sense that good eventually wins out over evil. The witch, or enchantress, in the story obviously has a problem with people...

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