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The Complete Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm - The King's Son Who Feared Nothing Summary & Analysis

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The King's Son Who Feared Nothing Summary

A king's son goes out in the world to entertain himself. At a giant's house he begins playing with the giant's oversized nine-pins and balls. The giant wonders at the prince's unusual strength. He asks the prince to bring an apple from the tree of life for the giant's fiancée. The prince agrees. He arrives at the garden to find the animals that protect it sleeping. He steps over the animals and climbs the fence. After locating the tree of life and climbing it, he inserts his arm through a ring before an apple and takes the apple. The ring clamps down on the prince's arm and gives him superhuman strength. Instead of climbing back over the fence, he shakes the gate from its hinges. The noise wakes the animals and the...

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