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The Complete Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm - The Singing, Soaring Lark Summary & Analysis

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The Singing, Soaring Lark Summary

A man asks his daughters what gifts they would like. The youngest wants a singing, soaring lark. The man finds a bird for his daughter, but it belongs to a lion. In order to keep the lion from eating him, the man promises to give the lion the first thing he meets when he returns home. The youngest daughter is the one who meets the man when he comes home. She goes to meet the lion to subdue it. She finds the lion is actually a prince who is a lion by day and a man by night. The two are married. When the girl's oldest sister is married, she goes home to visit her family without her husband. When the next sister is married, she insists that her husband go with her. He does so, although...

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