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The Complete Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm - The Knapsack, the Hat and the Horn Summary & Analysis

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The Knapsack, the Hat and the Horn Summary

Three sons seek riches for themselves. The third gets three magical items and returns home. His brothers do not recognize him and run him away. He calls out his armed men. In an effort to regain peace the king offers the third brother his daughter in marriage. The daughter uses the son's magical items against him. In the end the son destroys his unloving wife, the king and the entire palace.

The Knapsack, the Hat and the Horn Analysis

This story combines the elements of magic and supernatural. For instance, there is a magical tablecloth that covers itself with food every time food is requested. Also there is a knapsack, hat and horn all of which have special magical powers.

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