Fiction > Harvard Classics > Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm > Household Tales
“No one shall be my wife but she whose foot this golden slipper fits.”
Cinderella
Jacob and Wilhelm
Grimm
Harvard Classics, Vol. 17, Part 2
 
Household Tales
 
Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm
 
These 42 selections from the Brothers Grimm both preserved the folklore of the German people and formed an inspiration to generations of storytellers who would create new prose versions as well as adaptations in song, dance and film.
 
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CONTENTS
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NEW YORK: P.F. COLLIER & SON COMPANY, 1909–14
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 2001
 
 
Introductory Note
  1. The Frog-King, or Iron Henry
  2. Our Lady’s Child
  3. The Wolf and the Seven Little Kids
  4. Faithful John
  5. The Pack of Ragamuffins
  6. Rapunzel
  7. The Three Little Men in the Wood
  8. The Three Spinners
  9. Häsel and Grethel
  10. The Fisherman and His Wife
  11. The Valiant Little Tailor
  12. Cinderella
  13. Mother Holle
  14. The Seven Ravens
  15. Little Red-Cap
  16. The Bremen Town-Musicians
  17. The Girl Without Hands
  18. Clever Elsie
  19. Thumbling
  20. Thumbling as Journeyman
  21. The Six Swans
  22. Little Briar-Rose
  23. Fundevogel
  24. King Thrushbeard
  25. Little Snow-White
  26. Rumpelstiltskin
  27. The Three Feathers
  28. The Golden Goose
  29. Allerleirauh
  30. The Wolf and the Fox
  31. Hans in Luck
  32. The Goose-Girl
  33. The Peasant’s Wise Daughter
  34. The Spirit in the Bottle
  35. Bearskin
  36. The Willow-Wren and the Bear
  37. Wise Folks
  38. The Shroud
  39. The Two Kings’ Children
  40. The Seven Swabians
  41. One-Eye, Two-Eyes, and Three-Eyes
  42. Snow-White and Rose-Red


 
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