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The Complete Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm - The Three Sons of Fortune Summary & Analysis

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The Three Sons of Fortune Summary

A man gives each of his three sons an items with which he hopes they will be able to earn their fortunes. The eldest receives a cock, the middle a scythe, and the youngest a cat. Each discovers that on the main land their items are not unusual. When they travel to an island their items are unusual. The people there pay great amounts of money for them. The people who buy the cat become fearful when they hear the cat meow and fear that she plans to attack them. They abandon the palace where the cat is and shoot cannons at the palace in an attempt to kill the beast. The cat escapes the attack, but the entire palace is destroyed.

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