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The complete fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm

Author: Jacob Grimm; Wilhelm Grimm; Jack Zipes; Johnny Gruelle
Publisher: Toronto ; New York, N.Y. : Bantam, 1987.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A new translation of 239 fairy tales collected by the Brothers Grimm. Also includes a listing of their oral and/or literary sources.
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Genre/Form: Fairy tales
Folklore
Material Type: Fiction, Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jacob Grimm; Wilhelm Grimm; Jack Zipes; Johnny Gruelle
ISBN: 0553051849 9780553051841
OCLC Number: 14214724
Notes: Translation of: Kinder- und Hausmärchen.
Description: xxxiv, 733 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: The complete fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm --
Religious tales for children --
The omitted tales. The complete fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm: The frog king, or, Iron Heinrich --
The companionship of the cat and the mouse --
The Virgin Mary's child --
A tale about the boy who went forth to learn what fear was --
The wolf and the seven young kids --
Faithful Johannes --
A good bargain --
The marvelous minstrel --
The twelve brothers --
Riffraff --
Brother and sister --
Rapunzel --
The three little gnomes in the forest --
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 brave 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 maiden without hands --
Clever Hans --
The three languages --
Clever Else --
The tailor in heaven --
The magic table, the gold donkey, and the club in the sack --
Thumbling --
The wedding of Mrs. Fox --
The elves --
The robber bridegroom --
Herr Korbes --
The godfather --
Mother Trudy --
Godfather Death --
Thumbling's travels --
Fitcher's bird --
The juniper tree --
Old Sultan --
The six swans --
Brier Rose [a.k.a. Sleeping beauty] --
Foundling --
King Thrushbeard --
Snow White --
The knapsack, the hat, and the horn --
Rumpelstiltskin --
Sweetheart Roland --
The golden bird --
The dog and the sparrow --
Freddy and Katy --
The two brothers --
Little farmer --
The queen bee --
The three feathers --
The golden goose --
All fur --
The hare's bride --
The twelve huntsmen --
The thief and his master --
Jorinda and Joringel --
The three sons of fortune. How six made their way in the world --
The wolf and the man --
The wolf and the fox --
The fox and his cousin --
The fox and the cat --
The pink flower --
Clever Gretel --
The old man and his grandson --
The water nixie --
The death of the hen --
Brother Lustig --
Gambling Hans --
Lucky Hans --
Hans gets married --
The golden children --
The fox and the geese --
The poor man and the rich man --
The singing, springing lark --
The goose girl --
The young giant --
The gnome --
The king of the golden mountain --
The raven --
The clever farmer's daughter --
Old Hildebrand --
The three little birds --
The water of life --
Doctor Know-it-all --
The spirit in the bottle --
The devil's sooty brother --
Bearskin --
The wren and the bear --
The sweet porridge --
The clever people --
Tales about toads --
The poor miller's apprentice and the cat --
The two travelers --
Hans my hedgehog --
The little shroud --
The Jew in the thornbush --
The expert huntsman --
The fleshing flail from heaven --
The two king's children --
The clever little tailor --
The bright sun will bring it to light --
The blue light --
The stubborn child --
The three army surgeons --
The seven Swabians --
The three journeymen --
The prince who feared nothing --
The lettuce donkey --
The old woman in the forest --
The three brothers --
The devil and his grandmother --
Faithful Ferdinand and unfaithful Ferdinand --
The iron stove --
The lazy spinner --
The four skillful brothers --
One-eye, Two-eyes, and Three-eyes --
Pretty Katrinelya and Pif Paf Poltree --
The fox and the horse --
The worn-out dancing shoes --
The six servants --
The white bride and the black bride --
Iron Hans --
The three black princesses --
Knoist and his three sons. The maiden from Brakel --
The domestic servants --
The little lamb and the little fish --
Simeli mountain --
Going traveling --
The donkey --
The ungrateful son --
The turnip --
The rejuvenated little old man --
The animals of the Lord and the Devil --
The beam --
The old beggarwoman --
The three lazy sons --
The twelve lazy servants --
The little shepherd boy --
The star coins --
The stolen pennies --
Choosing a bride --
The leftovers --
The sparrow and his four children --
The tale about the land of Cockaigne --
A tall tale from Ditmarsh --
A tale with a riddle --
Snow White and Rose Red --
The clever servant --
The glass coffin --
Lazy Heinz --
The griffin --
Strong Hans --
The peasant in heaven --
Lean Lisa --
The house in the forest --
Sharing joys and sorrows --
The wren --
The flounder --
The bittern and the hoopoe --
The owl --
The moon --
The lifespan --
The messengers of death --
Master Pfriem --
The goose girl at the spring --
Eve's unequal children --
The nixie in the pond --
The gifts of the little folk --
The giant and the tailor --
The nail --
The poor boy in the grave --
The true bride --
The hare and the hedgehog --
The spindle, shuttle, and needle --
The peasant and the devil --
The crumbs on the table --
The little hamster from the water --
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. Religious tales for children: --
Saint Joseph in the forest --
The twelve apostles --
The rose --
Poverty and humility lead to heaven --
God's food --
The three green twigs --
The blessed Virgin Mary's little glass --
The little old lady --
The heavenly wedding --
The hazel branch. --
The omitted tales: The nightingale and the blindworm --
The hand with the knife --
Herr Fix-it-up --
How some children played at slaughtering --
Death and the goose boy --
Puss in Boots --
The tablecloth, the knapsack, the cannon hat, and the horn --
The strange feast --
Simple Hans --
Bluebeard --
Hurleburlebutz --
Okerlo --
Princess Mousekin --
The pear refused to fall --
The castle of murder --
The carpenter and the turner --
The blacksmith and the Devil --
The three sisters --
The stepmother --
Fragments --
The faithful animals --
The crows --
The lazy one and the industrious one --
The long nose --
The lion and the frog --
The soldier and the carpenter --
The wild man --
The children of famine --
Saint Solicitous --
Misfortune --
The pea test [a.k.a. The princess and the pea] --
The robber and his sons.
Other Titles: Kinder- und Hausmärchen.
Responsibility: translated and with an introduction by Jack Zipes ; illustrations by John B. Gruelle.

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A new translation of 239 fairy tales collected by the Brothers Grimm. Also includes a listing of their oral and/or literary sources.

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