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The Complete Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm - Jorinda and Joringel Summary & Analysis

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Jorinda and Joringel Summary

A man named Joringel and his fiancée Jorinda walk through a forest and talk. Joringel realizes they are near the castle of a witch but doesn't know the way home. Both he and Jorinda are turned into birds by the witch. Jorinda is taken back to the castle where the witch has thousands of birds in cages. All of these birds were once young maidens. Joringel is turned back into a human. He seeks some way to save her. One night he dreams of a red flower with a pearl in the center. This flower has the power to reverse spells. Jorinda finds this flower. He takes it back to the castle and touches the witch so she no longer has the power to place spells on anything. He then turns his fiancée and all the other...

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