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(SOLVED!) Who Wrote The Pied Piper Of Hamelin Poem?

They’re now sitting down in council for an hour.He said it just as often: “What should happen at the chamber door except a gentle tapping? The Mayor exclaimed, “Bless Us!”He sat with the Corporation, looking little but rich in fat. Any sound like a rat makes my heart go pita-pat! [1]
The’s citizens were free from their plague. They regretted promising so much and refused to pay them. Finally, he was angry and bitter. On June 26th, Saint John’s Day and Saint Paul’s Day he returned at 7 a.m. (others claim it was noon). He was now wearing a red hat and a hunting costume with a dreadful expression on his face. He made his fife, but it wasn’t mice and rats that arrived, but instead children. There were a lot of them, starting in their fourth year. One of them was the daughter of the mayor. He led the swarm to a mountain where they disappeared together. Albert Davis (Uige, Angola) revised this story on November 30, 2020. [2]
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Brittny Feete pitt.eduExplains how, now that all the plague-ridden citizens have been removed, they regret having promised them so much money and then refuse to pay him. Finally, he was angry and bitter. On June 26th, Saint John’s Day and Saint Paul’s Day he returned at 7 o’clock in the morning. Others say it was noon. He was now wearing a red hat and a hunting costume with a dreadful expression on his face. He raised his fife on the streets. But this time, it was not rats or mice who came to him but children. A large number of girls and boys were there since their fourth year. One of them was the daughter of the mayor. He led the swarm to a mountain where they disappeared together. [3]
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Additional reading at literature.fandom.comIn the fourteenth century, Hamelin is the scene of the crime. This town has a severe rat infestation. Stranger in colourful clothes known as The Pied Piper claims that he is capable of controlling the rats. solve the town’s rat problem. The mayor claims that his flute is able to make rats disappear. If the city is rid of rats, the mayor will pay handsomely to the Piper. The mayor gives the Piper less money than what he initially promised to pay him if he gets rid of all the rats. Hamelin is forced to go out by the Piper, who plays his flute once more. Ronda Barrazaza, who pointed this out to us, is greatly appreciated. [4]
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Poemanalysis.com also mentions how throughout ‘The Pied Piper of Hamelin, ’ Browning engages with themes of the truth, promises, and magic. The Piper’s magic is at the centre of this story. Without it, Hamelin and the Piper wouldn’t have ended up in the situation they’re in. He can control any circumstance. living thing He can use his pipe in many ways, depending on how he handles it. He can take them out of town or into the river. Once Hamelin’s mayor betrays him, he uses his powers to teach the city a lesson about telling the truth and keeping one’s promises. It’s one that they never forget. He’s ensuring Piper has done all he said he would, and completely upholding his part of the deal. Modified by Linda Peterson, Mashhad (Iran) on January 27, 2021 [5]

Refer to the Article

  1. https://poets.org/poem/pied-piper-hamelin
  2. https://www.pitt.edu/~dash/hameln.html
  3. http://www.pitt.edu/~dash/hameln.html
  4. https://literature.fandom.com/wiki/The_Pied_Piper_of_Hamelin
  5. https://poemanalysis.com/robert-browning/the-pied-piper-of-hamelin/
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