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The Complete Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm - The Two King's Children Summary & Analysis

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The Two King's Children Summary

A prince is separated from his hunting group during a hunt for a stag. The stag turns into a person and takes the prince to a castle. The king promises to give the prince his oldest daughter if he keeps watch over her during the night and answers each time the king calls. The prince keeps watch but is not allowed to have the eldest daughter. Instead, the man says he must stay a night with the middle daughter and the youngest daughter as well. The king also gives the prince three impossible tasks to complete. During each of these tasks, the youngest daughter summons earth-men to do the work for the prince. The prince is still not allowed to marry the youngest daughter. The two lovers run away.

The king has no luck in catching the...

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