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The Complete Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm - Lazy Harry Summary & Analysis

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Lazy Harry Summary

A lazy man tries to find some way to keep from having to keep watch over his goat all day long. He finally decides to marry his neighbor's daughter who also watches a goat. His thinking is that she can watch both the goats and he can rest. Trina soon becomes tired of herding both goats and asks her husband if they can trade the goats for a beehive. Her reasoning is they wouldn't have to watch the beehive or care for the bees. The husband consents and the trade is made. The couple keeps the honey pot in their bedroom so they don't have to worry about it being stolen. One day as they are talking in bed, the wife makes a gesture with a stick and the pot falls and breaks. The two decide to enjoy the honey off...

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