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

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The Seven Ravens Summary

Because he is angry with his sons for taking so long in bringing back water for his daughter's baptism, a father wishes his sons were ravens. His wish is granted. As the girl grows up she feels responsible for her brothers' being turned into ravens. She searches them out and they are reunited. The spell is broken and the boys are transformed back into humans.

The Seven Ravens Analysis

This is a story of the power of love and of family. Although the sister does not know her bothers, she feels responsible for what has happened to them and feels she must make the situation right again. The sister is willing to go out on her own and save her brothers. Again in the motif of the supernatural the girl travels to both the sun and moon, which is...

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