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Introductory Material 1. The Brothers Grimm . . . One More Time? (Preface) 2. Introduction by AS Byatt 3. Reading the Grimms' Children's Stories and Household Tales: Origins and Cultural Effects of the Collection Tales for Young and Old 1. The Frog King, or Iron Heinrich 2. A Fairy Tale about a Boy Who Left Home to Learn about Fear 3. The Wolf and the Seven Little Goats 4. The Twelve Brothers 5. Little Brother and Little Sister 6. Rapunzel 7. The Three Little Men in the Woods 8. Hansel and Gretel 9. The Fisherman and His Wife 10. The Brave Little Tailor 11. Cinderella 12. Mother Holle 13. The Seven Ravens 14. Little Red Riding Hood 15. The Bremen Town Musicians 16. The Devil and His Three Golden Hairs 17. The Magic Table, the Gold Donkey, and the Club in the Sack 18. The Elves 19. The Robber Bridegroom 20. Godfather Death 21. Fitcher's Bird 22. The Juniper Tree 23. The Six Swans 24. Briar Rose 25. Snow White 26. Rumpelstiltskin 27. The Golden Bird 28. The Three Feathers 29. The Golden Goose 30. Furrypelts 31. The Singing Soaring Lark 32. The Goose Girl 33. The Poor Miller's Boy and His Cat 34. The Worn-Out Dancing Shoes 35. The Star Talers 36. Snow White and Rose Red 37. The Golden Key Tales for Adults 1. The Jew in the Brambles 2. Mother Trudy 3. The Hand with the Knife 4. How Children Played Butcher with Each Other 5. Hans Dumm 6. The Evil Mother-in-Law 7. The Children Living in a Time of Famine 8. The Rose APPENDICES 1. The Brothers Grimm: Biographical Essay 2. Preface to Volume I of the first edition of the Grimms' Children's Stories and Household Tales 3. Preface to Volume II of the First Edition of the Children's Stories and Household Tales 4. "On the Nature of Fairy Tales" 5. The Magic of Fairy Tales Bibliography
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Fairy tales Germany