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Book Freeshipping Grimm's Fairy Tales

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Grimm's Fairy Tales, by G.Grimm and W.Grimm, English, Paperback, 2008

Product Details

Author G.Grimm

and W.Grimm

Press Central Compilation and Translation Press

Isbn 7802117070/9787802117075

Publication Date Aug 2008

Pages 583

Size 16K

Edition First

Cover Paperback

Language English

Page material gelatine plate paper

Product Description:

The language in Grimm's Fairy Tales is easily accepted among the people, simple and unadorned, and fluent. By describing blue sky, thick forest, handsome prince, beautiful princess in the fairy tale world, this book praises Honesty, kindness, industry and courage, criticizes lazy bones, selfishness, sham, capitation. This book embodies the imagination of German people, their king inner world and lofty moral realm.


1 The Frog-King, or Iron Henry

2 Cat and Mouse in Partnership

3 Our Lady's Child

4 The Story of the Youth Who Went Forth to Learn What Fear Was

5 The Wolf and the Seven Little Kids

6 Faithful John

7 The Good Bargain

8 The Twelve Brothers

9 The Pack of Ragamuffins

10 Little Brother and Little Sister

11 Rapunzel

12 The Three Little Men in the Wood

13 The Three Spinners

14 Hansel and Gretel

15 The Three Snake-Leaves

16 The White Snake

17 The Straw, the Coal, and the Bean

18 The Fisherman and His Wife

19 The Valiant Little Tailor

20 Cinderella

21 The Riddle

22 The Mouse, the Bird, and the Sausage

23 Mother Holle

24 The Seven Ravens

25 Little Red-Cap

26 The Bremen Town-Musicians

27 The Singing Bone

28 The Devil with the Three Golden Hairs 29 Little Louse and little Flea Jacob Grimm (1785-1863) and Wilhelm Grimm (1786-1859), were German academics who were best-known for publishing collections of folk tales and fairy tales and for their work in linguistics, relating to how the sounds in words shift over time (Grimm's Law). They arc among the best-known story tellers of novellas from Europe, allowing the wide- spread knowledge of such tales as Snow-White, Rapunzel, Cinderella, and Hansel and Gretel.

30 The Girl Without Hands

31 The Three Languages

32 Clever Elsie

33 The Tailor in Heaven

34 The Wishing-Table, the Gold-***, and the Cudgel in the Sack


36 The Wedding of Mrs. Fox

37 The Elves

38 The Robber Bridegroom

39 Herr Korbes

40 The Godfather

41 Frau Trude

42 Godfather Death

43 Thumbling as Journeyman

44 Fitcher's Bird

45 The Juniper-Tree

46 Old Sultan

47 The Six Swans

48 Briar-Rose

49 Fund Vogel (Bird-foundling)

50 King Thrush beard

51 Little Snow-white

52 The Knapsack, the Hat, and the Horn


54 Sweetheart Roland

55 The Golden Bird

56 The Dog and the Sparrow

57 Frederick and Catherine

The Two Brothers

59 The Little Peasant

60 The Three Feathers

61 The Golden Goose


63 The Twelve Huntsmen

84 The Thief and His Master

65 Jorinda and Joringel

66 The Three Sons of Fortune

67 How Six Men Got On in the World

68 The Wolf and the Man

69 The Wolf and the Fox

70 The Fox and His Cousin

71 The Fox and the Cat

72 The Pink

73 Clever Gretel

74 The Old Man and His Grandson

75 The Water-Nixie

76 The Death of the Little Hen

77 Brother Lustig

78 Gambling Hansel

79 The Gold-Children

80 The Fox and the Geese

81 The Poor Man and the Rich Man

82 The Singing, Soaring Lark ~~

83 The Goose-Girl

84 The Young Giant

85 The Gnome

86 The King of the Golden Mountain

87 The Raven

88 The Peasant's Wise Daughter

89 Old Hildebrand

90 The Three Little Birds

91 The Water of Life

92 Doctor Knowall

93 The Spirit in the Bottle

94 The Devil's Sooty Brother

95 Bearskin

96 The Willow-Wren and the Bear

97 Sweet Porridge

98 Wise Folks

99 Stories About Snakes

100 The Poor Miller's Boy and the Cat

101 The Two Travelers

102 Hans the Hedgehog

105 The Shroud

104 The Jew Among Thorns

105 The Skilful Huntsman

106 The Flail from Heaven

107 The Two Kings' Children

108 The Cunning Little Tailor

109 The Bright Sun Brings It to Light

110 The Blue Light

111 The Willful Child

112 The Three Army-Surgeons

113 The Seven Swabians

114 The Three Apprentices

115 The King's Son Who Feared Nothing

116 Donkey Cabbages

117 The Old Woman in the Wood

118 The Three Brothers

119 The Lazy Spinner

120 The Four Skilful Brothers

121 One-eye, Two-eyes, and Three-eyes

122 The Shoes That Were Danced to Pieces

123 The Six Servants

124 The White Bride and the Black One

125 Iron John

126 Simeli Mountain

127 Going A-Traveling

128 The Donkey

129The Ungrateful Son

130. The Turnip

131 The Old Man Made Young Again

1J2 The Lord's Animals and the Devil's

133 The Beam

134 The Three Sluggards

/35 The Shepherd Boy

136 The Stolen Farthings

137 Brides on Their Trial

138 Odds and Ends

139 Snow-White and Rose-Red

140 The Glass Coffin

141 Lazy Harry

142 Strong Hans, 143 The Peasant in Heaven

144 Sharing Joy and Sorrow

145 The Willow-Wren

146 The Sole

147 The Bittem and the Hoopoe

148 The Owl

149 The Moon

150 The Duration of Life

151 Death's Messengers

152 Master Pfriem (Master Cobbler's Awl)

153 The Goose-Girl at the Well

154 Eve's Various Children

155 The Nixie of the Mill-Pond

156 The Little Folks' Presents

157 The Nail

158 The Poor Boy in the Grave

159 The Spindle, the Shuttle, and the Needle

160 The Peasant and the Devil

161 The Sea-Hare

162 The Master-Thief

163 The Grave-Mound

164 Maid Maleen

165 The Boots of Buffalo-Leather


The Pack of Ragamuffins

he cock once said to the hen, "It is now the time when our nuts are ripe, so let us go to the hill together and for once eat our fill before the squirrel takes them all away." "Yes, " replied the en, "come, we will have some pleasure together." Then they went away to the hill, and on it was a bright day they stayed till evening. Now I do not know whether it was that they had eaten till they were too fat, or whether they had become proud, but they would not go home on foot, and the cock had to build a little carriage of nut-shells. When it was ready, the little hen seated herself in it and said to the cock, "You can just harness yourself to it." "I like that!" said the cock, " I would rather go home on foot than let myself be harnessed to it; no, that is not our bargain. I do not mind being coachman and sitting on the box, but drag it myself I will not." As they were thus disputing, a duck quacked to them, "You thieving folks, who bade you go to my nut-hill? Well, you shall suffer for it!” and ran with open beak at the cock. But the cock also was not idle, and fell boldly on the duck, and at last wounded her so with his spurs that she also begged for mercy, and willingly let herself be harnessed to the carriage as a punishment. The little cock now seated himself on the box and was coachman, and thereupon they went off in a gallop, with the cock crying, "Duck, go as fast as you can." When they had driven a part of the way they met two foot-passengers, a pin and a needle. They cried, "Stop! stop!" and said that it would soon be as dark as pitch, and then they could not go a step further, and that it was so dirty on the road, and asked if. They could not get into the carriage for a while. They had been at the tailor's public-house by the gate, and had stayed too long over the beer. As they were thin people, who did no take up much room, the cock let them both get in, but they had to promise him and his little hen not to step on their feet.

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