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The Complete Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm - The Hare and the Hedgehog Summary & Analysis

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The Hare and the Hedgehog Summary

One day while a hare and hedgehog are out walking, the hare makes a snide comment about the hedgehog's legs. They decide to run a footrace to see which animal can outrun the other. The hedgehog goes home and employs his wife, who looks just like him, to help him. The hedgehog sets up the race track in the two ruts of a road. The wife is to stand at the end of one rut. When the hare calls out he has run the race, she is to cry out that she is already at the finish line. In this manner, the hedgehog "wins" the first race. Not wanting to be outdone, the hare decides to turn around and run the race again. This time it is the husband hedgehog who calls out that he...

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