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Household Tales by Brothers Grimm [downloadable e-book] / Jacob Grimm and Wilhelm Grimm; translated ... Read More

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Publisher: [S.l] : Duke Classics, 2012.

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  • ISBN: 9781620120644 (electronic bk.)
  • ISBN: 162012064X (electronic bk.)
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The frog king, or iron henry -- Cat and mouse in partnership -- Our lady's child -- The story of the ... Read More
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The primal beating heart at the center of much of the Western literary canon can be found in the ... Read More
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Citation: Grimm, Jacob. "Household Tales by Brothers Grimm." S.l : Duke Classics, 2012.
 
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24510. ‡aHousehold Tales by Brothers Grimm ‡h[downloadable e-book] / ‡cJacob Grimm and Wilhelm Grimm; translated by Margaret Hunt.
260 . ‡a[S.l] : ‡bDuke Classics, ‡c2012.
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50500. ‡tThe frog king, or iron henry -- ‡tCat and mouse in partnership -- ‡tOur lady's child -- ‡tThe story of the youth who went forth to learn -- ‡tThe wolf and the seven little kids -- ‡tFaithful john -- ‡tThe good bargain -- ‡tThe wonderful musician -- ‡tThe twelve brothers -- ‡tThe pack of ragamuffins -- ‡tLittle brother and little sister -- ‡tRapunzel -- ‡tThe three little men in the wood -- ‡tThe three spinners -- ‡tHansel and Gretel -- ‡tThe three snake-leaves -- ‡tThe white snake -- ‡tThe straw, the coal, and the bean -- ‡tThe fisherman and his wife -- ‡tThe valiant little tailor -- ‡tCinderella -- ‡tThe riddle -- ‡tThe mouse, the bird and the sausage -- ‡tMother holle -- ‡tThe seven ravens -- ‡tLittle red cap -- ‡tThe bremen town-musicians -- ‡tthe singing bone -- ‡tThe devil with the three golden hairs -- ‡tThe louse and the flea -- ‡tThe girl without hands -- ‡tClever hans -- ‡tThe three languages -- ‡tClever Elsie -- ‡tThe tailor in heaven -- ‡tThe wishing-table, the gold-ass, and the cudgel in the sack -- ‡tThumbling -- ‡tThe wedding of Mrs. fox -- ‡tThe elves -- ‡tThe robber bridegroom -- ‡tHerr korbes -- ‡tThe godfather -- ‡tFrau Trude -- ‡tGodfather death -- ‡tThumbling as journayman -- ‡tFitcher's bird -- ‡tThe Juniper-tree -- ‡tOld sultan -- ‡tThe six swans -- ‡tBriar-rose -- ‡tFundevogel (bird-foundling) -- ‡tKing thrushbeard -- ‡tLittle snow-white -- ‡tThe knapsack, the hat, and the horn -- ‡tRumpelstiltskin -- ‡tSeetheart roland -- ‡tThe golden bird -- ‡tThe dog and the sparrow -- ‡tFrederick and catherine -- ‡tThe two brothers -- ‡tThe little peasant -- ‡tthe queen bee -- ‡tThe three feathers -- ‡tThe golden goose -- ‡tAllerleirauh -- ‡tThe hare's bride -- ‡tThe twelve huntsman -- ‡tThe thief and his master -- ‡tJorinda and joringel -- ‡tthe three sons of fortune -- ‡tHow six men got on in the world -- ‡tThe wolf and the man -- ‡tThe wolf and the fox -- ‡tThe fox and his cousin -- ‡tThe fox and the cat -- ‡tthe pink -- ‡tClever grethel -- ‡tThe old man and his grandson -- ‡tThe water-nix -- ‡tThe death of the little hen -- ‡tBother lustig -- ‡tGambling hansel -- ‡tHans in luck -- ‡tHans married -- ‡tThe gold-children -- ‡tThe fox and the geese -- ‡tThe poor man and the rich man -- ‡tthe singing, springing lark -- ‡tthe goose-girl -- ‡tThe young giant -- ‡tThe gnome -- ‡tthe king of the golden mountian -- ‡tThe raven -- ‡tThe peasant's wise daughter -- ‡tOld hildebrand -- ‡tThe three little birds -- ‡tThe water life -- ‡tDoctor knowell -- ‡tthe spirit in the bottle -- ‡tThe devil's sooty brother -- ‡tBearskin -- ‡tThe willow-wren and the bear -- ‡tSweet porridge -- ‡tWise folk -- ‡tStories about snakes -- ‡tThe poor miller's boy and the cat -- ‡tThe two travellers -- ‡tHans the hedgehog -- ‡tThe shroud -- ‡tThe jew among throns -- ‡tthe skillful huntsman -- ‡tThe flail from heaven -- ‡tThe two king's childern -- ‡tThe cunning little tailor -- ‡tThe bright sun brings it to light -- ‡tThe blue light -- ‡tThe willful child -- ‡tThe three army-surgeons -- ‡tThe seven swabians -- ‡tThe three apprentices -- ‡tThe kings son who feared nothing -- ‡tDonkey cabbages -- ‡tThe old woman in the wood -- ‡tThe three brother -- ‡tThe devil and his grandmother -- ‡tFerdinand the faithful -- ‡tThe iron stove -- ‡tThe lazy spinner -- ‡tThe four skilful brothers -- ‡tOne-eye, two eyes, and three-eyes -- ‡tFair katrinelje and pif-paf-poltrie -- ‡tThe fox and the horse -- ‡tThe shoes that were danced to pieces -- ‡tThe six servants -- ‡tThe white bride and the black one -- ‡tIron john -- ‡tThe three black princesses -- ‡tKnoist anf his three sons -- ‡tThe maid of brakel -- ‡tDomestic servants -- ‡tThe lambkin and the little fish -- ‡tSimeli mountain -- ‡tGoing a-travelling -- ‡tThe donkey -- ‡tThe ungrateful son -- ‡tThe turnip -- ‡tThe old man made young again -- ‡tThe lord's animals and the devil's -- ‡tThe beam -- ‡tThe old beggar-woman -- ‡tThe three sluggards -- ‡tThe twelve idle servants -- ‡tThe shepherd boy -- ‡tThe star-money -- ‡tThe stolen farthings -- ‡tBrides on their trial -- ‡tOdd and ends -- ‡tThe sparrow and his four childern -- ‡tThe story of schlauraffen land -- ‡tThe ditmarsch tale of wonders -- ‡tA riddle tale -- ‡tSnow-white and rose red -- ‡tThe wise servant -- ‡tThe glass coffin -- ‡tLazy Harry -- ‡tThe griffin -- ‡tStrong hans -- ‡tThe peasant in heaven -- ‡tLean lisa -- ‡tThe hunt in the forest -- ‡tSharing joy and sorrow -- ‡tThe willow-wren -- ‡tThe sole -- ‡tThe bittern and the hoopoe -- ‡tThe owl -- ‡tThe moon -- ‡tThe duration of life -- ‡tDeath messengers -- ‡tMaster pfriem (masters cobberler's awl) -- ‡tThe goose-girl at the well -- ‡tEve's various children -- ‡tThe nix of the mill-pond -- ‡tThe little folks' presents -- ‡tThe giant and the tailor -- ‡tThe nail -- ‡tThe poor boy in the grave -- ‡tThe true sweethearts -- ‡tThe hare and the hedgehog -- ‡tThe spindle, the shuttle, and the needle -- ‡tThe peasant and the devil -- ‡tThe crumbs and the table -- ‡tThe sea-hare -- ‡tThe master-thief -- ‡tThe drummer -- ‡tThe ear of corn -- ‡tThe grave-mound -- ‡tOld Rinkrank -- ‡tThe crystal ball -- ‡tMaid maleen -- ‡tThe boots of buffalo-leather -- ‡tThe golden key -- ‡tSt. joseph in the forest -- ‡tThe twelve apostles -- ‡tThe rose -- ‡tPoverty and humility lead to heaven -- ‡tGod's food -- ‡tThe three golden twigs -- ‡tOur lady's little glass -- ‡tThe aged mother -- ‡tThe heavenly wedding -- ‡tThe hazel-branch.
520 . ‡aThe primal beating heart at the center of much of the Western literary canon can be found in the folk stories, myths, and fairy tales collected by the amateur folklorists Wilhelm and Jacob Grimm. Surprisingly graphic in comparison to their sanitized twentieth-century retellings, these intense tales are not for the faint at heart. A must-read for any fan of folklore.
588 . ‡aDescription based on online resource; title from PDF title page (OverDrive viewed, June 14, 2012).
650 0. ‡aFairy tales. ‡0(NOBLE)6425
650 1. ‡aFairy tales. ‡0(NOBLE)6425
655 4. ‡aElectronic books.
7001 . ‡aGrimm, Wilhelm, ‡d1786-1859.
7001 . ‡aHunt, Alfred William, ‡cMrs., ‡d1831-1912, ‡eTranslator. ‡0(NOBLE)50228
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