The Brothers Grimm: Grimm's Fairy Tales (English Edition)

The Brothers Grimm: Grimm's Fairy Tales (English Edition)

“Grimm’s Fairy Tales” is a collection of German fairy tales by the "Brothers Grimm". Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm first published the tales in 1812. The work of the Brothers Grimm influenced many other collectors of fairy tales like the Russian Alexander Afanasyev, the Norwegians Peter Christen Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe, and the English Joseph Jacobs. Stories contained in “Grimm’s Fairy Tales”: •The Golden Bird •Hans in Luck •Jorinda and Jorindel •The Travelling Musicians •Old Sultan •The Straw, the Coal, and the Bean •Briar Rose •The Dog and the Sparrow •The Twelve Dancing Princesses •The Fisherman and his Wife •The Willow-Wren and the Bear •The Frog Prince •Cat and Mouse in Partnership •The Goose-Girl •The Adventures of Chanticleer and Partlet •Rapunzel •Fundevogel •The Valiant Little Tailor •Hansel and Gretel •The Mouse, the Bird and the Sausage •Mother Holle •Little Red-Cap (Little Riding Hood) •The Robber Bridgeroom •Tom Thumb •Rumpelstiltskin •Clever Gretel •The Old Man and his Grandson •The Little Peasant •Frederick and Catherine •Sweetheart Roland •Snowdrop •The Pink •Clever Elsie •The Miser in the Bush •Ashputtel •The White Snake •The White Snake •The Wolf and the Seven Little Kids •The Queen Bee •The Elves and the Shoemaker •The Juniper-Tree •The Turnip •Clever Hans •The Three Languages •The Fox and the Cat •The Four Clever Brothers •Lily and the Lion •The Fox and the Horse •Blue Light •The Raven •The Golden Goose •The Water of Life •The Twelve Huntsmen •The King of the Golden Mountain •Doctor Knowall •The Seven Ravens •The Wedding of Mrs. Fox •The Sala •The Story of the Youth •King Grisly-Beard •Iron Hans •Cat-Skin •Snow-White and Rose-Red

Fairy Story / Сказки Мира (ENGLISH EDITION + RUSSIAN EDITION)

The Classic Fairy Tales And Folktales / Классика Всемирного Наследия

Fairy Story / Сказки Мира (ENGLISH EDITION + RUSSIAN EDITION)

We all know we believe or want to believe in fairy tales. We are all ready to answer Peter Pan’s monumental question whether we believe in fairy tales with a resounding “yes!” We all know that fairy tales are tied to real life experiences more than we pretend they aren’t. We ward off fairy tales and pretend that they are intended mainly for children because they tell more truth than we want to know, and we absorb fairy tales because they tell us more truth than we want to know. They are filled with desire and optimism. They drip with brutality, bluntness, violence, and perversity. They expose untruth, and the best are bare, brusque, and concise. They stamp our minds and perhaps our souls. They form another world, a counter world, in which social justice is more readily attained than in our actual world where hypocrisy, corruption, hyping, exploitation, and competition determine the outcome of social and political interactions and the quality of social relations. ______ RUSSIA: У старика была дочь-красавица, жил он с нею тихо и мирно, пока не женился на другой бабе, а та баба была злая ведьма… (читать далее только детям)

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Or, Dictionary of Arts and Sciences ; Comprising an Accurate and Popular View of the Present Improved State of Human Knowledge

American Edition of the British Encyclopedia