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

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Fundevogel Summary

A forester adopts a boy whom he finds abandoned in the top of a tree. The forester raises him with his own daughter, Lina. One day Lina sees the cook bring in a larger than normal amount of water. Lina questions the cook and learns the cook plans to boil Lina's brother. Lina tells her brother of the plan and the two run away together. Three times the cook sends servants to search for the children. Three times they are saved by turining into other objects. The final time the children turn into a pond and a duck. As the cook is lying down to drink from the pond, the duck grabs her head and drowns her.

Fundevogel Analysis

The element of the supernatural occurs in this story with the children being able to transform themselves into any object they desire. Also note...

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