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The Complete Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm - Frederick and Catherine Summary & Analysis

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Frederick and Catherine Summary

In this silly story a woman and her husband outsmart some salesmen. Later when Catherine shows her laziness, Frederick tricks her into believing she is not herself. Catherine finally winds up in a turnip patch where she scares the local preacher because he thinks she is devil.

Frederick and Catherine Analysis

Although Catherine effectively runs the robbers away, Frederick still looks for a way to get rid of her. She is an unintelligent person who gives Frederick more problems than assistance.

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