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The Complete Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm - The Devil with the Three Golden Hairs Summary & Analysis

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The Devil with the Three Golden Hairs Summary

A king tries desperately to kill a child who is prophesied to marry the king's daughter. The king finally sends the boy to pluck three golden hairs from the devil's head, a feat he feels the boy cannot perform. Not only does the boy return with the hairs, he also brings back riches from other kingdoms that he helped along the way. The greedy king wants treasure of his own so he also goes to visit the devil. However, he is tricked into taking the place of a ferrier and is forced to row back and forth across a river the rest of his life.

The Devil with the Three Golden Hairs Analysis

This is another story that teaches that once a person is deemed worthy of good things, there is...

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