German fairy tales

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Continuum, Mar 1, 1985 - Fiction - 283 pages
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58 of the most familiar Grimm fairy tales, and three fairy tales by Ludwig Bechstein and one anti-fairy tale by Iring Fetscher.

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Contents

Little BriarRose The Sleeping Beauty
118
The Knapsack the Hat and the Horn
135
How Six Men Got On in the World
160
Copyright

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About the author (1985)

After studying at Marburg, Jacob became a clerk in the War OAfter studying at Marburg, Jacob became a clerk in the War Office at Kassel, and in 1808 librarian to Jerome Bonaparte, ffice at Kassel, and in 1808 librarian to Jerome Bonaparte, King of Westphalia. In 1841 he received Professorship at BerKing of Westphalia. In 1841 he received Professorship at Berlin, and in 1854 began work on Deutsches Worterbuch with hislin, and in 1854 began work on Deutsches Worterbuch with his brother. brother.

Wilhelm Grimm (1786-1859) studied law in the early 1800s but became much better known as an accomplished and passionate storyteller and, with his brother Jacob, one of the Grimm Brothers, who gave the world the groundbreaking and fantastic collection of folklore, fairy stories, and fantasy tales we now call Grimm's Fairy Tales.

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