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The Complete Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm - Eve's Various Children Summary & Analysis

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Eve's Various Children Summary

After they are thrown out of the garden of Eden, Adam and Eve are forced to build their own house and work for their own food. The Lord announces he plans to inspect their home. Eve prepares her beautiful children for the visit but hides her unattractive children. The Lord blesses the beautiful children richly. Since He is being so kind, Eve decides to bring out her ugly children. These the Lord blesses with the jobs and blessings of the common people. Eve is distraught that the Lord has given out gifts unequally among her children. The Lord reasons with her that her children must inhabit the entire world. They must perform duties both royal and mundane.

Eve's Various Children Analysis

This story refers to the different types of people in the world. Some are important and regal while...

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