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* DubNameChange: Some translations of the story call the lovers "Florinda" and "Yoringal". Not to be confused with a completely different fairy tale about someone named Literature/{{Florinda}}.


* BroughtDownToNormal: How Joringel defeat the witch.

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* BroughtDownToNormal: How Joringel defeat defeats the witch.


* CoupleThemeNaming: Jorinde and Joringel have similar names, and is one of the few Fairy Tale couples that is already an OfficialCouple from the get-go.

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* CoupleThemeNaming: Jorinde and Joringel have similar names, and is one of the few Fairy Tale couples that is already an OfficialCouple in a relationship from the get-go.start of story.


"[[http://www.surlalunefairytales.com/authors/grimms/69jorinde.html Jorinde and Joringel]]" is a German FairyTale from Creator/TheBrothersGrimm.

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"[[http://www."[[https://www.surlalunefairytales.com/authors/grimms/69jorinde.html com/book.php?id=33&tale=1188 Jorinde and Joringel]]" is a German FairyTale from Creator/TheBrothersGrimm.


* CoupleThemeNaming: Jorinde and Joringel are some of the few Fairy Tale characters that are already an OfficialCouple from the get-go, and both have similar names.

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* CoupleThemeNaming: Jorinde and Joringel are some have similar names, and is one of the few Fairy Tale characters couples that are is already an OfficialCouple from the get-go, and both have similar names.get-go.


* CoupleThemeNaming: One of the few Fairy Tale characters that are already an OfficialCouple from the get-go, and both have similar names.

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* CoupleThemeNaming: One Jorinde and Joringel are some of the few Fairy Tale characters that are already an OfficialCouple from the get-go, and both have similar names.

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* CoupleThemeNaming: One of the few Fairy Tale characters that are already an OfficialCouple from the get-go, and both have similar names.


* DamselInDistress: Jorinde, along with several hundred unnamed women-turned-birds.

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* DamselInDistress: Jorinde, along with The witch turns Jorinde into a nightingale and holds her captive in her castle, alongside several hundred other unnamed women-turned-birds.

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"[[http://www.surlalunefairytales.com/authors/grimms/69jorinde.html Jorinde and Joringel]]" is a German FairyTale from Creator/TheBrothersGrimm.

OnceUponATime, two young lovers, Jorinde and Joringel went for a walk in the woods. Unbeknownst to them, the woods are home to a wicked witch who transforms unlucky travelers, changing women into birds and men into statues in her castle. Of course, Jorinde and Joringel quickly become her next victims. However, she decides to set Joringel free after taking away Jorinde, content with that the lovers will never see each other again.

Some time later, Joringel has a strange dream about a magic flower that can break the witch's spells. For nine days, he searches for it, then returns to the witch's castle. He's immune to her petrification spell, and when she tries to flee with one specific nightingale, he realizes that must be Jorinde. He then touches the witch with the flower, taking away her magic. He then breaks the spell on Jorinde, then the several hundred women-turned-birds and men-turned-statues in the castle, and Jorinde and Joringel live HappilyEverAfter.

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!! "Jorinde and Joringel" contains examples of:
* BalefulPolymorph: What becomes of the women who trespass near the witch's castle. The titular Jorinde becomes a nightingale.
* BroughtDownToNormal: How Joringel defeat the witch.
* DamselInDistress: Jorinde, along with several hundred unnamed women-turned-birds.
* FantasticFlora: The magic flower is described as blood-red with a pearl in the middle.
* ThePowerOfLove: Well, that and the power of a magic {{Macguffin}} flower.
* TakenForGranite: What becomes of the men who trespass near the witch's castle.
* WickedWitch
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