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

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Han the Hedgehog Summary

A childless man wishes for a child. His wife bears a baby boy that is half man and half hedgehog. This baby, Hans the Hedgehog, lives behind the stove in his father's house for the first eight years of his life. After these eight years, the boy rides a rooster into the woods. He takes with him many of his father's donkeys and pigs, and watches his herds from tree. As he sits in a tree, he plays the bagpipes. One day a king hears these bagpipes and asks Hans to show him the way to his kingdom. Hans does so with the request that Hans will be given the first thing the king sees on his return home. The king writes down and signs this promise, but indicates Hans will not be given the first thing the king...

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