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The Complete Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm - The Three Sluggards Summary & Analysis

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The Three Sluggards Summary

A king decides to grant his kingdom to his laziest son. All three sons make up stories about how lazy they are. The kingdom is awarded to the third son because he carried the tale the furthest.

The Three Sluggards Analysis

In this story the kingdom is not necessarily granted to the laziest child, but to the one with the greatest imagination and ability to take his story to the edge.

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