The Complete Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm Perhaps no other stories possess as much power to enchant, delight, and surprise as those penned by the immortal Brothers Grimm. Now, in the new, expanded third edition, renowned scholar and folklorist Jack Zipes has translated all 250 tales collected and published by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm, plus twenty-nine rare tales omitted from the original German edition, as well as narratives uncovered in the brothersa letters and papers. Truly the most comprehensive translation to date, this critically acclaimed edition recaptures the fairy tales as the Brothers Grimm intended them to be: rich, stark, spiced with humor and violence, resonant with folklore and song. One of the worldas experts on childrenas literature, Jack Zipes is a professor of German at the University of Minnesota and is the author of numerous books on folklore and fairy tales. From the Trade Paperback edition.Now the cupbearer got angry and said, aHow can a stupid beast understand anything about wine?a But the ... When he got up, he did not utter a word but led the lion into a special small cellar where the kinga#39;s wine was kept solely for his private use. The lion ... aYou see, innkeeper, a the huntsman said, aIa#39;ve got bread, meat, vegetables, sweets, and wine fit for a king, and now I want to dine with my animals.
|Title||:||The Complete Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm All-New Third Edition|
|Publisher||:||Bantam - 2003-01-01|