A poor prince is enchanted and turned into an iron stove. A princess stumbles upon the iron stove or the prince in other words and the prince begs her scrape a hole in the iron so that she disenchants him. The princess however is not willing to do it on her own in the beginning. Eventually she manages to let the prince out and just as they are going to get married, the prince vanishes into thin air. What happened with the marriage then? Why did the prince disappear? Find out in ”The Iron Stove" by Brothers Grimm.
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