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The Complete Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm Setting & Symbolism

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The Wellappears in The Frog-King, or Iron Henry

This well is the place where the frog prince is imprisoned by a witch.

The Thirteenth Doorappears in Our Lady's Child

This thirteenth door is the door in heaven which the girl is instructed not to open.

Rampionappears in Rapunzel

Rampion is a plant that blooms with bluish flowers. This plant has an edible root which is often used in salads.

A House Made of Candy and Cakesappears in Hänsel and Gretel

This house is an important fixture in the story "Hänsel and Gretel" as it is this structure that lures the two children into the witch's power.

Blood-stained Eggappears in Fitcher's Bird

It is this egg that will not come clean that clues the wizard in this story that the women he has kidnapped have not been obedient while he was away.

The Juniper Treeappears in The Juniper Tree

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