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As pretty as seven, and other popular German tales.

Author: Ludwig Bechstein; Jacob Grimm; Wilhelm Grimm; Ludwig Richter
Publisher: London, J.C. Hotten [1872]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Translations
Translations into English
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ludwig Bechstein; Jacob Grimm; Wilhelm Grimm; Ludwig Richter
OCLC Number: 4521091
Notes: "The original of the present work [is] the Deutsches märchenbuch."--Page 14.
"Little One-Eye, and other stories. By the brothers Grimm": p. [297]-367.
L.C. copy imperfect: title-page, frontispiece and two plates wanting.
Description: 367, [1] pages frontispiece, illustrations, 7 plates 19 x 15 cm
Contents: The man without a heart --
The nut-bough --
The old wizard and his children --
The two bones of contention --
Gold-Maria and Pitch-Maria --
The starling --
The three feathers --
The unjust judge --
The thief in the millet --
The golden roebuck --
The two millers round as balls --
The seven crows --
The jug of tears --
The golden age --
The three wedding guests --
The fox and the hare --
The all-seeing eye --
The courageous flute-player --
Hop-o'-my-thumb --
The hare-keeper --
The man in the moon and how he came there --
The haughty king --
The kitten and the knitting needles --
The strife of witchcraft --
A story for those who never know when to be satisfied --
The three presents --
The dog and the lark --
The three musicians --
Golden-hair --
The widow's offering --
The King of Spain --
Fool's paradise --
The witch and the king's children --
As pretty as seven --
The monk and the bird --
The seven swans --
The three dogs --
What made a princess laugh --
The mouse and his friends --
The man and the snake --
The cock and the fox --
The story of the mouse --
Christiana and her dog shaker --
Cinderella --
The boys with the golden stars --
The white wolf --
Rupert the bear-killer --
The golden hen --
Brother Spend and Brother Save --
Bluebeard --
Four brave comrades --
The grateful animals --
The experiences of a kingfisher --
The two apes --
The wolf and the cats --
The cat and the mouse. Stories by the Grimm brothers : Little One-Eye, Little Two-Eyes, and Little Three-Eyes --
The two brothers --
The giant and the tailor --
The true bride --
The three spinsters --
The rogue and his master --
The three feathers --
Allerleirauh --
The three little men in the wood.
Responsibility: Collected by Ludwig Bechstein. With one hundred illustrations by Richter. A companion to Grimm's German popular stories.

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