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

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Brother Lustig Summary

Lustig is dismissed from the army with nothing but a loaf of ammunition bread and four coins. After this is gone, he goes into business with St. Peter. St. Peter is able to heal people. Lustig tries to copy his actions but does not do the procedure correctly. St. Peter gives Lustig a knapsack that will give him what he wants so that Lustig won't try healing again. In the end of the story, Lustig tricks St. Peter with the knapsack into letting Lusting into heaven.

Brother Lustig Analysis

This is the story of a regular man who cheats and tricks his way through life. Common fairy tale motifs of enchanted knapsacks and people with the ability to alter their appearance are included in this tale.

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