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

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The Sea-Hare Summary

In her castle a princess has a set of twelve windows that allow her to see everything in her kingdom. She has proclaimed she will only marry the man who can successfully hide from her sight. The youngest brother of a set of three brothers decides to try the task. He asks for a day to think about the task, then three chances to complete the task before he is killed. The princess agrees to these terms. While he is thinking, the boy goes out hunting. He encounters a raven, a fish, and a fox, all three which tell him if he will spare their lives they will later help him. The next day he asks the raven to help him hide from the princess. The raven hides him in one of her eggs but the princess finds the boy there...

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