Grimm's Fairy Tales Ⅴ

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    The Brothers Grimm

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With the words “Once upon a time,” the Brothers Grimm transport readers to a timeless realm where witches, giants, princesses, kings, fairies, goblins, and wizards fall in love, try to get rich, quarrel with their neighbors, and have magical adventures of all kinds—and in the process reveal essential truths about human nature. When Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm set out to collect stories in the early 1800s, their goal was not to entertain children but to preserve Germanic folklore—and the hard life of European peasants was reflected in the tales they discovered. However, once the brothers saw how the stories entranced young readers, they began softening some of the harsher aspects to make them more suitable for children. A cornerstone of Western culture, since the early 1800s, Grimms' Fairy Tales is now beloved the world over. Grimms' Fairy Tales includes such classics as Cinderella, Snow White, Hansel and Grethel, Rapunzel, Rumpelstiltskin, and The Frog Prince as well as others that are no less delightful.


Children's and Household Tales is a collection of German folk tales first published in 1812 by the Grimm brothers, Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm. The collection is commonly known today as Grimms' Fairy Tales. Their enduring stories of dwarves and giants, princesses and kings, have enchanted readers the world over.


The Brothers Grimm Jacob (January 4, 1785—September 20, 1863) and Wilhelm Grimm (February 24, 1786—December 16, 1859), were German academics, linguists, cultural researchers, and authors who together collected folklore. They are among the most well-known storytellers of European folk tales, and their work popularized such stories as Cinderella, The Frog Prince, Hansel and Gretel, Rapunzel, Rumpelstiltskin, and Snow White. Their first collection of folk tales, Children's and Household Tales, was published in 1812.



When it was quite dark the owners of the cottage came back; they were seven dwarfs who dug and delved in the mountains for ore.They lit their seven candles, and as it was now light within the cottage they saw that someone had been there, for everything was not in the same order in which they had left it.The first said, “Who has been sitting on my chair?”The second, “Who has been eating off my plate?”The third, “Who has been taking some of my bread?”—Little Snow-White

Then she was terribly angry, and took him up and threw him with all her might against the wall.“Now, thou wilt be quiet, odious frog,” said she.But when he fell down he was no frog but a King’s son with beautiful kind eyes. —The Frog-King


  • 千块皮

  • 驴子圆白菜

  • 忠诚的费迪南德

  • 六条好汉走遍天下,无往而不胜

  • 白雪公主

  • 玛琳姑娘

  • 侏儒怪

  • 白雪和红玫

  • 爱人罗兰

  • 不来梅镇的音乐家

  • 长着三根金头发的魔鬼

  • 青蛙王子

  • 没有双手的姑娘

  • 玻璃棺材

  • 林间小屋

  • 大铁炉

  • 背囊、帽子和号角

  • 矮人的礼物

  • 布拉克尔家的女儿

  • 钉子

  • 七个斯瓦比亚人

  • 能歌善舞的百灵鸟

  • 六个仆人

  • 六只天鹅

  • 三个军医

  • 十二王子

  • 十二个猎户

  • 十二个懒长工

  • 两个国王的孩子

  • 林中的三个小矮人

  • Allerleirauh

  • Donkey Cabbages

  • Ferdinand the Faithful

  • How Six Men Got on in the World

  • Little Snow-White

  • Maid Maleen

  • Rumpelstiltskin

  • Snow-White and Rose-Red

  • Sweetheart Roland

  • The Bremen Town-Musicians

  • The Devil With the Three Golden Hairs

  • The Frog-King, or Iron Henry

  • The Girl Without Hands

  • The Glass Coffin

  • The Hut in the Forest

  • The Iron Stove

  • The Knapsack, the Hat, and the Horn

  • The Little Folks’ Presents

  • The Maid of Brakel

  • The Nail

  • The Seven Swabians

  • The Singing, Springing Lark

  • The Six Servants

  • The Six Swans

  • The Three Army-Surgeons

  • The Twelve Brothers

  • The Twelve Huntsmen

  • The Twelve Idle Servants

  • The Two Kings’ Children

  • The Three Little Men in the Wood

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