Summary of Rapunzel

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    summary of Rapunzel (with z not s – Rapunsel) is based on the tales of the Brothers Grimm and corresponds to German literature nineteenth century. But hey, let’s let the preamble and the summary of this, which is one of the best and most successful of the Grimm tales.

    Summary of Rapunzel

    A blacksmith had his pregnant wife, and she seemed cabbage. However, they were on a farm just a witch, and he risked husband pick them from there without permission, with such bad luck that was caught by the witch who ordered him to take all sprouts could always when born the child deliver it.

    summary Rapunzel

    The blacksmith shrugged off his promise, thinking that nothing would happen. But shortly after he was born a girl, the witch took and took, by rearing her in a high tower away.

    It was Rapunzel, who grew up, and with her long hair whipping from the tower to climb witch. However, once a prince who passed by, and heard him play the lyre. He managed to climb to the tower and fell in love and planned to escape.

    However, the witch saw, cut the hair Rapunsel and drove to a distant place, and Prince tossed from the tower , blinding him and fell on some thorns. But he wandered the world looking for it year after year, through seas and desisertos. Once again Rapunsel play the lyre, and the prince went from near. Were found, and tears of Rapunsel (which would have had a child of both) opened the eyes of the prince. They married and were happy.

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    Summary of Rapunzel
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    October 20, 2013

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