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

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The Two Brothers Summary

Twin brothers are adopted by a huntsman and taught the craft of hunting. As adults, the twins venture out in the world and gain a variety of animal companions. These baby animals—two hares, two foxes, two wolves, two bears and two lions—are gifts given to the brothers for not shooting adult animals for food. The boys split up and divide the animals between them. One marries a princess but is turned into stone by a witch. The second twin goes to save his brother and is mistaken for the princess's husband. He saves his brother but is then killed because his twin believes he has been unfaithful with the princess. In his sorrow, the first brother brings the second back to life. After he returns home and talks to his wife, he realizes his brother...

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