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German Fairy Tales (1985) [Anthology]
by Ludwig Bechstein Iring Fetscher Wilhelm Carl Grimm Jacob Grimm Rating: No votes (Rate!)
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Series: German Library, the
Part: 29

Summary (From the publisher):

What the fairy tale expresses again and again in poetic form is a fundamental human possibility: a sense of freedom - freedom not of the world as it is but as it might be. The fairy tale in essence means return: return to the familiar, to childhood, to paradise. The fairy tale is a whispered promise: you're here at last, you're home again. Included here are 58 of the most familiar Grimm fairy tales and, as token examples of later developments there are three fairy tales by Ludwig Bechstein and one anti-fairy tale by Iring Fetscher.

Edited by Helmut Brackert and Volkmar Sander

Contents:

  • Jakob and Wilhelm Grimm:
    • The Frog-King, or Iron Henry
    • Cat and Mouse in Partnership
    • The Story of the Youth Who Went Forth to Learn What Fear Was
    • The Wolf and the Seven Little Kids
    • Faithful John
    • The Twelve Brothers
    • Brother and Sister
    • Rapunzel
    • Hansel and Gretel
    • The Fisherman and His Wife
    • The Valiant Little Tailor
    • Cinderella
    • Mother Holle
    • The Seven Ravens
    • Little Red-Cap
    • The Bremen Town-Musicians
    • The Girl Without Hands
    • Clever Elsie
    • The Wishing-Table, the Gold-Ass, and the Cudgel in the Sack
    • Thumbling, or Tom Thumb
    • The Elves
    • Herr Korbes
    • Godfather Death
    • The Six Swans
    • Little Briar-Rose (The Sleeping Beauty)
    • King Thrushbeard
    • Little Snow-White
    • The Knapsack, the Hat, and the Horn
    • Rumpelstiltskin
    • Frederick and Catherine
    • The Three Feathers
    • The Golden Goose
    • Allereirauh (Thousandfurs)
    • How Six Men Got On in the World
    • Brother Lustig
    • Hans in Luck
    • The Singing, Soaring Lark
    • The Goose-Girl
    • The Water of Life
    • Doktor Knowall
    • The Spirit in the Bottle
    • Bearskin
    • The Willow-Wren and the Bear
    • Sweet Porridge
    • Hans the Hedgehog
    • The Blue Light
    • The Seven Swabians
    • One-Eye, Two-Eyes, and Three-Eyes
    • The Shoes That Were Danced to Pieces
    • Iron Hans
    • The Star Money
    • Snow-White and Rose-Red
    • The Glass Coffin
    • The Hare and the Hedgehog
    • The Peasant and the Devil
    • The Master-Thief
    • The Boots of Buffalo-Leather
    • Puss-in-Boots
    • The Pied Piper of Hamelin
  • Ludwig Bechstein:
    • The Swabian Who Devoured the Liver
    • The Tale of the Man in the Moon
    • The Tale of the Land of Milk and Honey
  • Iring Fetscher:
    • Anti-Fairy Tale: The Goat and the Seven Small Wolves

Original title: German Fairy Tales
Original languages: German

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Genre: Fairy Tales & FolkloreRetellings


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Edition #1: German Fairy Tales

German Fairy Tales (1985)
Edition Details:

Language: English

Translated by: Margaret Hunt Martha Humphreys
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Manifested in:

German Fairy Tales (March 1985)

Format: Hardcover
Publisher: Continuum
ISBN: 0826402887
Dimensions: 5.6 x 8.4 x 1.0
Pages: 283

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