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Seven at One Blow: A Tale from the Brothers Grimm

by Eric A. Kimmel

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Rewritten from the Brother's Grimm tale of The Brave Little Tailor. Originally was a German Folktale but is very closely linked to the way Cadmus dealt with intruders in Greek Mythology. This is a very wholesome story of trickery and has a nice message overall that if you set your mind to something, one can accomplish anything. ( )
  hetrickm | Nov 13, 2010 |
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Grimm, Jacobsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
Grimm, Wilhelmsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
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Relates how a tailor who kills seven flies at one blow manages to become king.

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Relates how a tailor who kills seven flies at one blow manages to become king.

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