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

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The Sole Summary

The fish decide to have a race to see which fish is fastest. The fastest fish will be named the king of all fish. The herring wins the race. The sole cries out in jealousy and disbelief when the herring is announced the winner. Ever since that time, the sole has had it's mouth on one side as a punishment.

The Sole Analysis

Like some others, this fairy tales attempts to explain a natural phenomenon. This one tells why the sole has a mouth on one side of its body. The story is also a warning against jealousy and envy.

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