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Grimms' Fairy Tales

Jacob & Wilhelm Grimm (1785-1863; 1786-1859)

1. 01 - The Golden Bird
2. 02 - Hans In Luck
3. 03 - Jorinda and Jorindel
4. 04 - The Traveling Musicians
5. 05 - Old Sultan
6. 06 - The Straw, The Bean, and The Coal
7. 07 - Brier Rose
8. 08 - The Dog snd The Sparrow
9. 09 - The Twelve Dancing Princessess
10. 10 - The Fisherman and His Wife
11. 11 - The Willow-Wren And The Bear
12. 12 - The Frog-Prince
13. 13 - Cat and Mouse In Partnership
14. 14 - The Goose Girl
15. 15 - The Adventurers of Chanticleer and Partlet
16. 16 - Rapunzel
17. 17 - Fundevogel
18. 18 - The Valiant Little Tailor
19. 19 - Hansel and Gretel
20. 20 - The Mouse, The Bird, and the Sausage
21. 21 - Mother Holle
22. 22 - Little Red Riding Hood
23. 23 - The Robber Bridegroom
24. 24 - Tom Thumb
25. 25 - Rumpelstiltskin
26. 26 - Clever Gretel
27. 27 - The Old Man and His Grandson
28. 28 - The Little Peasant
29. 29 - Frederick and Catherine
30. 30 - Sweetheart Roland
31. 31 - Snowdrop
32. 32 - The Pink
33. 33 - Clever Elsie
34. 34 - The Miser In The Bush
35. 35 - Ashputtel
36. 36 - The White Snake
37. 37 - The Wolf and the Seven Little Kids
38. 38 - The Queen Bee
39. 39 - The Elves and the Shoemaker
40. 40 - The Juniper-Tree
41. 41 - The Turnip
42. 42 - Clever Hans
43. 43 - The Three Languages
44. 44 - The Fox and the Cat
45. 45 - The Four Clever Brothers
46. 46 - Lily and the Lion
47. 47 - The Fox and the Horse
48. 48 - The Blue Light
49. 49 - The Raven
50. 50 - The Golden Goose
51. 51 - The Water of Life
52. 52 - The Twelve Huntsmen
53. 53 - The King of the Golden Mountain
54. 54 - Doctor Knowall
55. 55 - The Seven Ravens
56. 56 - The Wedding of Mrs. Fox
57. 57 - The Salad
58. 58 - The Story of the Youth Who Went Forth To Learn What Fear Was
59. 59 - King Grisly-Beard
60. 60 - Iron Hans
61. 61 - Cat-Skin
62. 62 - Snow-White and Rose-Red
63. 63 - About The Grimms

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Talking animals, wicked stepmothers, valiant tailors, cruel witches! Sixty-two stories that feature familiar figures like Hansel and Gretel, Rapunzel, Rumplestiltskin, The Twelve Dancing Princesses and Snow-White and Rose Red as well as lesser-known characters like The White Snake, Sweetheart Roland and Clever Elsie are contained in this volume of Grimms' Fairy Tales by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm. The original volume published in 1812 contained more than 85 tales and this number kept increasing till it got to the seventh edition which contained more than two hundred stories. Initially the authors meant the collection to be read not just by children, but also adults and was meant to be a compilation of folk-tales that had been passed down orally for generations. The first edition was packed with scholarly foot-notes and interesting information about the cultural connotations of each story. Later, the authors were persuaded to change the format and make it suitable for children. However, many of these stories were found by publishers to be far too gruesome for young readers. Objectionable passages and scenes of violence were removed and replaced with less fearsome ones. The scholarly foot notes were completely eliminated, making the book just a collection of fairy tales that a child might enjoy. The present collection contains some of the most famous and well loved fairy tales that generations of children have enjoyed. The universal themes of fairy tales which include the triumph of good over evil, courage, common-sense, humility, love, the downfall of pride, greed, envy and laziness all find voice in the characters of Grimms' Fairy Tales. Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm were two brothers born in Frankfurt in the old German kingdom of Hesse. They studied law, but were passionately interested in folklore. Jacob was also a philologist studying language. Though Wilhelm's ill-health made traveling difficult, they toured Germany and neighboring European countries in the 18th century documenting folk tales commonly recounted by word of mouth in small villages and communities. Their interest in preserving these historical examples of native wisdom and culture has made it possible for modern readers to enjoy these age old stories that were told and retold by countless grandparents to generations of grandchildren. Most of the stories retain the lyrical qualities of oral tradition and are meant to be read aloud, creating a magical world for children. This treasure trove of stories has become an essential part of the bed-time ritual of story-telling for both parents and children all over the world.



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