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The Complete Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm - Snow-White and Rose-Red Summary & Analysis

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Snow-White and Rose-Red Summary

A woman has two daughters named Snow-White and Rose-Red. These two girls are beautifully behaved and loved by all the animals of the forest. They also help their mother and take immaculate care of the house. They care for a bear, which saves them from a dwarf. This bear turns into a prince's son who was bewitched by the dwarf and unable to regain his human form until the dwarf was killed. Snow-White is married to the prince and Rose-Red to his brother.

Snow-White and Rose-Red Analysis

This story teaches that those who do good will ultimately be rewarded and those who do evil will ultimately be punished. Note the use of magical characters such as the dwarf and the enchanted, talking bear.

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