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The Complete Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm - Fitcher's Bird Summary & Analysis

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Fitcher's Bird Summary

In this tale a wizard transforms himself into a beggar so that he can kidnap and kill young girls. He is outsmarted by a man's daughter, who not only saves her sisters but also saves herself. The wizard is locked in his house by the girl's family and the house is set on fire.

Fitcher's Bird Analysis

This is another story where one of the characters outsmarts another to save herself and her family. As in most of the other stories, this tale contains aspects of the supernatural, with dead people coming back to life as well as an egg that will not come clean.

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