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The Complete Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm - The Hut in the Forest Summary & Analysis

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The Hut in the Forest Summary

A woodcutter's daughter gets lost in the forest and spends the night in a hut. The hut is inhabited by three animals and an old man. The man asks the daughter to fix dinner for them. She does so but doesn't provide for the animals. She is locked in the cellar. The second daughter is sent out and she falls to the same luck. On the third day, the youngest daughter is sent with lunch. She too gets lost and stays at the hut. Instead of feeding only herself and the old man though, this youngest girl also brings food and water for the animals. About midnight, the girl is awakened from her sleep by terrible noises. When she awakes in the morning, the hut has been transformed into a royal palace and the old...

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