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The Sea-Hare

Jacob Grimm

It is a story of haughty princess, who didn’t want to get married. She had a tower with 12 windows in the castle, from which she could see the whole castle. Every next window has a better and keener sight than the previous one. As she didn’t want to get married, she proclaimed that that one who would be able to hide from her well would become her husband. 97 men tried, but she saw them from her windows and their heads were stricken off. Then three brothers came, two eldest failed too, the youngest asked for three attempts. He asked a raven, a fish and a fox to help him. Whether he succeeded or not you will know when you read the whole fairy tale.

It is a story of haughty princess, who didn’t want to get married. She had a tower with 12 windows in the castle, from which she could see the whole castle. Every next window has a better and keener sight than the previous one. As she didn’t want to get married, she proclaimed that that one who would be able to hide from her well would become her husband. 97 men tried, but she saw them from her windows and their heads were stricken off. Then three brothers came, two eldest failed too, the youngest asked for three attempts. He asked a raven, a fish and a fox to help him. Whether he succeeded or not you will know when you read the whole fairy tale.
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It is a story of haughty princess, who didn’t want to get married. She had a tower with 12 windows in the castle, from which she could see the whole castle. Every next window has a better and keener sight than the previous one. As she didn’t want to get married, she proclaimed that that one who would be able to hide from her well would become her husband. 97 men tried, but she saw them from her windows and their heads were stricken off. Then three brothers came, two eldest failed too, the youngest asked for three attempts. He asked a raven, a fish and a fox to help him. Whether he succeeded or not you will know when you read the whole fairy tale.

Language:

English

Narrators:

Wilhelm Grimm, Anastasia Bertollo

Length:

9m


Chapters

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Chapter 1
Chapter 1

09:23