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

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The Six Swans Summary

A king hides his children from his new wife. She finds the children and turns the children into swans. The girl escapes the curse and saves her brothers from their curse.

The Six Swans Analysis

This fairy tale combines several common elements. These include a wicked stepmother and a witch along with a spell which must have certain conditions met before the spell can be broken. Morals taught by this story include the value of family as well as the need for trust.

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