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The complete Grimm's fairy tales.

Verfasser/in: Jacob Grimm; Wilhelm Grimm; Padraic Colum; Josef Scharl
Verlag: New York : Pantheon, 1972, ©1944.
Serien: Pantheon fairy tale & folklore library.
Ausgabe/Format   Buch : Jugendliches Publikum : EnglischAlle Ausgaben und Formate anzeigen
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210 traditional tales with accompanying explanatory and historical material.
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Medientyp: Jugendliches Publikum
Dokumenttyp: Buch
Alle Autoren: Jacob Grimm; Wilhelm Grimm; Padraic Colum; Josef Scharl
ISBN: 0394709306 9780394709307 0394494156 9780394494159
OCLC-Nummer: 20627426
Sprachhinweis: Translated from the German.
Anmerkungen: "The text of this edition is based on the translation of Margaret Hunt ... thoroughly revised, corrected and completed by James Stern."
Beschreibung: 865 [8] pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm.
Inhalt: Introduction by Padraic Colum --
The fairy tales: The frog-king, or Iron Henry --
Cat and Mouse in partnership --
Our lady's child --
The story of the youth who went forth to learn what fear was --
The wolf and the seven little kids --
Faithful John --
The good bargain --
The strange musician --
The twelve brothers --
The pack of ragamuffins --
Brother and sister --
Rapunzel --
The three little men in the wood --
The three spinners --
Hansel and Gretel --
The three snake-leaves --
The white snake --
The straw, the coal, and the bean --
The fisherman and his wife --
The valiant little tailor --
Cinderella --
The riddle --
The mouse, the bird, and the sausage --
Mother Holle --
The seven ravens --
Little Red-Cap --
The Bremen town-musicians --
The singing bone --
The devil with the three golden hairs --
The louse and the flea --
The girl without hands --
Clever Hans --
The three languages --
Clever Elsie --
The tailor in heaven --
The wishing-table, the gold-ass, and the cudgel in the sack --
Thumbling --
The wedding of Mrs. Fox --
The elves --
The robber bridegroom --
Herr Korbes --
The godfather --
Frau Trude --
Godfather Death --
Thumbling's travels --
Fitcher's bird --
The juniper tree --
Old Sultan --
The six swans --
Little Briar-Rose --
Fundevogel --
King Thrushbeard --
Little Snow-White --
The knapsack, the hat, and the horn --
Rumpelstiltskin --
Sweetheart Roland --
The golden bird --
The dog and the sparrow --
Frederick and Catherine --
The two brothers --
The little peasant --
The queen bee --
The three feathers --
The golden goose --
Allerleirauh --
The hare's bride --
The twelve huntsmen --
The thief and his master --
Jorinda and Joringel --
The three sons of fortune --
How six men got on in the world --
The wolf and the man --
The wolf and the fox --
Gossip wolf and the fox --
The fox and the cat --
The pink --
Clever Gretel --
The old man and his grandson --
The water-nixie --
The death of the little hen --
Brother Lustig --
Gambling Hansel --
Hans in luck --
Hans married --
The gold-children --
The Fox and the geese --
The poor man and the rich man --
The singing, soaring lark --
The goose-girl --
The young giant --
The gnome --
The king of the golden mountain --
The raven --
The peasant's wise daughter --
Old Hildebrand --
The three little birds --
The water of life --
Doctor Knowall --
The spirit in the bottle --
The devil's sooty brother --
Bearskin --
The willow-wren and the bear --
Sweet porridge --
Wise folks --
Tales of the paddock --
The poor miller's boy and the cat --
The two travelers --
Hans the hedgehog --
The shroud --
The Jew among thorns --
The skillful huntsman --
The flail from heaven --
The two king's children --
The cunning little tailor --
The bright sun brings it to light --
The blue light --
The willful child --
The three army-surgeons --
The seven Swabians --
The three apprentices --
The king's son who feared nothing --
Donkey cabbages --
The old woman in the wood --
The three brothers --
The Devil and his grandmother --
Ferdinand the faithful and Ferdinand the unfaithful --
The iron stove --
The lazy spinner --
The four skillful brothers --
One-Eye, Two-Eyes, and Three-Eyes --
Fair Katrinelje and Pif-Paf-Poltrie --
The fox and the horse --
The shoes that were danced to pieces --
The six servants --
The white bride and the black bride --
Iron Hans --
The three black princesses --
Knoist and his three sons --
The maid of Brakel --
My household --
The lambkin and the little fish --
Simeli Mountain --
Going a traveling --
The donkey --
The ungrateful son --
The turnip --
The old man made young again --
The lord's animals and the devil's --
The beam --
The old beggar-woman --
The three sluggards --
The twelve idle servants --
The shepherd boy --
The star money --
The stolen farthings --
Looking for a bride --
The hurds --
The sparrow and his four children --
The story of Schlauraffen land --
The Ditmars tale of wonders --
A riddling tale --
Snow-White and Rose-Red --
The wise servant --
The glass coffin --
Lazy Harry --
The griffin --
Strong Hans --
The peasant in heaven --
Lean Lisa --
The hut in the forest --
Sharing joy and sorrow --
The willow-wren --
the sole --
The bittern and the hoopoe --
The owl --
The moon --
The duration of life --
Death's messengers --
Master Pfriem --
The goose-girl at the well --
Eve's various children --
The nixie of the mill-pond --
The little folks' presents --
The giant and the tailor --
The nail --
The poor boy in the grave --
The true bride --
The hare and the hedgehog --
The spindle, the shuttle, and the needle --
The peasant and the devil --
The crumbs on the table --
The sea-hare --
The master-thief --
The drummer --
The ear of corn --
The grave-mound --
Old Rinkrank --
The crystal ball --
Maid Maleen --
The boots of buffalo leather --
The golden key --
The children's legends: St. Joseph in the forest --
The Twelve Apostles --
The rose --
Poverty and humility lead to heaven --
God's food --
The three green twigs --
Our Lady's little glass --
The aged mother --
The heavenly wedding --
The hazel-branch --
Folkloristic commentary by Joseph Campbell.
Serientitel: Pantheon fairy tale & folklore library.
Andere Titel Kinder- und Hausmärchen.
Verfasserangabe: Introduction by Padraic Colum ; folkloristic commentary by Joseph Campbell ; 212 illustrations by Josef Scharl.

Abstract:

210 traditional tales with accompanying explanatory and historical material.

For almost two centuries, the stories of magic and myth gathered by the Brothers Grimm have been part of the way children -- and adults -- learn about the vagaries of the real world. Cinderella, Rapunzel, Snow-White, Hansel and Gretel, Little Red-Cap (a.k.a. Little Red Riding Hood), and Briar-Rose (a.k.a. Sleeping Beauty) are only a few of more than 200 enchanting characters included here. Lyrically translated and beautifully illustrated, the tales are presented just as Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm originally set them down: bold, primal, just frightening enough, and endlessly engaging.

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