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

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The Pink Summary

A queen wishes for a child. Her wish is granted and the boy has the gift of receiving anything for which he wishes. The cook of the palace covets the boy for this gift and takes the child. The cook sprinkles some blood on the Queen's apron to make it look as if the boy was eaten by wild animals. The Queen is punished by being locked up in a high tower with no food or water. Doves from God feed the innocent woman. The boy is taken by the cook to a different land, where the cook commands the boy wish for his own palace and garden. The cook also has the boy wish for a pretty girl to be the boy's friend. As the boy gets older, the cook is afraid he will try to go in search of...

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