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The Complete Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm - The Lambkin and the Little Fish Summary & Analysis

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The Lambkin and the Little Fish Summary

A stepmother dislikes her stepdaughter and stepson and has then turned into a lamb and fish. She calls for the cook to butcher and cook the lamb. The cook hears the lamb and fish talking to each other. The cook has another lamb butchered and takes the girl-lamb to be cared for by a woman. This woman turns out to be the boy and girl's foster mother. She blesses the fish and lamb and they regain their human forms.

The Lambkin and the Little Fish Analysis

An evil stepmother hates her stepchildren, and for this reason turns them into animals. As chance would have it, there is a woman who takes pity on the children and turns them back to their human forms.

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