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Some Cheaters do Succeed The Three Spinsters By Jacob Ludwig Carl Grimm and Wilhelm Carl Grimm Do cheaters really succeed Well in the Fairytale The Three Spinsters written by The Brothers Grimm A cheater does succeed and its sending out the wrong message to every person who reads this Fairytale The Fairytale is very similar to the tale of Rumplestilzskin but with a different ending Many of the fairytales you have read or watched over the years are not the original versions of the fairytales Walt Disney World and many other companies such as these has adopted many of the Brothers Grimm fairytales and changed them to fit the eyes of the many young viewers out there The Brothers Grimm is among the worlds most influential scholars Grimms Fairy Tales is the single most famous source of works that in some form go back to prehistory They collected most of their tales from their children and household tales The tale The Three Spinsters is about the a girl who was very lazy and by lying and cheating she won her way into the palace as Princess of the land by marring the Queens eldest son If you may recall in the in the tale of Rumplestilzskin a girl has to spin thread into gold In the tale of The Three Spinsters the girl had to just spin flax into heaps of yarn Yet the similarities between the two tales is that the Queen had a greed or passion for something The Queen in the tale of The Three Spinsters liked Nothing better than the sound of the spinningwheel and always feel happy when I hear its humming Another similarity between the two tales is that the girl would be married to the Queens son if she accomplished the work she had been ordered to do The main difference between the two tales is that the girl
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