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Kinder- und Hausmärchen [Read] ➵ Kinder- und Hausmärchen ➱ Jacob Grimm – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Sie geh ren in jedes Kinderzimmer, gro e Dichter haben ihre Fantasie an ihnen geschult die M rchen, die Jacob und Wilhelm Grimm auf ihren Reisen gesammelt und weitergedichtet haben Das Br derpaar hat Sie geh ren in jedes Kinderzimmer, gro e Dichter haben ihre Fantasie an ihnen geschult die M rchen, die Jacob und Wilhelm Grimm auf ihren Reisen gesammelt und weitergedichtet haben Das Br derpaar hat damit uralte Geschichten vor dem Vergessen bewahrt, ohne deren Bildwelten unsere Kultur nicht vorstellbar ist Nicht nur Hollywood und Disneyland, auch schn de Produktwerbung bedient sich aus diesem sagenhaften Fundus des am h ufigsten bersetzten deutschen Buchs Und Wer hat noch nicht versucht, einen Frosch zu k ssen, um einen Kinder- und Epub / Prinzen zu finden.

  • Paperback
  • 800 pages
  • Kinder- und Hausmärchen
  • Jacob Grimm
  • German
  • 12 September 2018
  • 3596900158

About the Author: Jacob Grimm

Jacob Ludwig Karl Grimm, German philologist, jurist and mythologist, was born at Hanau, in Hesse Kassel or Hesse Cassel He is best known as the discoverer of Grimm s Law, the author of the monumental German Dictionary, his Deutsche Mythologie andpopularly, with his brother Wilhelm, as one of the Brothers Grimm, as the editor of Grimm s Fairy Tales From Wikipedia.



10 thoughts on “Kinder- und Hausmärchen

  1. Trevor Trevor says:

    I listened to these and this is what I ve learnt Things you really need to know if you ever end up in fairy tale land.Don t rely on the love of your father if he is hungry and has a nagging second wife Cutting off bits of your toes or your heals is not the most effective way to win the prince But if you do find this necessary, remember to cauterise the wound.Always chew your food, Mr Wolf.If you are female then men may well complain that you talk too much but remaining silent for seven year I listened to these and this is what I ve learnt Things you really need to know if you ever end up in fairy tale land.Don t rely on the love of your father if he is hungry and has a nagging second wife Cutting off bits of your toes or your heals is not the most effective way to win the prince But if you do find this necessary, remember to cauterise the wound.Always chew your food, Mr Wolf.If you are female then men may well complain that you talk too much but remaining silent for seven years will probably mean the king will marry you, but will also try to have you burnt alive.Kings who marry you because you are on top of a tree generally have nasty mothers who will nag them until he decides to have you burnt on a huge pyre.Just because Jesus had a bad time after inviting 13 to a dinner party doesn t mean you will not also have a bad time by avoiding inviting 13 to your party.Birds eat bread but not stones, you should try to remember this especially after it worked so well the first time.You should never break a promise no matter how odious the consequences.If two seemingly different little old ladies have tried to kill you and on two separate occasions, you should probably learn to not trust little old ladies who come offering you gifts Especially if the seven short guys you clean up after have already warned you what to look out for.You can be interrupted at your wedding feast by a hare, a fox, a wolf, a bear and a lion before your dad, the King, asks, what s with all the animals When bad things happen to bad people, they are generally really bad things birds pluck out their eyes, they are put into barrels with boiling oil and snakes boiling oil resistant snakes, obviously or have cast iron shoes heated on the fire and put on to their feet so they dance until they die If you can be one of the good guys in fairy tale land, it does pay And not just now, but forever after too.If you must choose between taking the word of your three sons or the word of your goat it is probably best to believe your sons.It is ok to break your promise to a creepy little guy who has a Jewish sounding surname, even if you only suspect he has a Jewish sounding surname.If you are an important enough hero to the story being dead is generally only a temporary setback.Being told the town has to sacrifice the King s daughter to a dragon who only eats virgins is an invitation for you to kill the dragon, not one for you to sleep with the King s daughter even if the second alternative would seem the easiest way to get to the end of the story and one that avoids all of the endless tribulations they have for you along the way.Sleeping is almost always a bad idea

  2. Balu Balu says:

    These folktales collected by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm are among the most memorable stories in European culture, conjuring up a world of spells and bewitchment, outwitted villains and cruel stepmothers, animal bridegrooms and enchanted princessesMost tales follow the formula of downtrodden hero helper trials antagonist happy endingA lot of the antagonists are bad because they violate a socialor two, and they re punished horribly at the tales ends.

  3. Sarah Sarah says:

    Let s set the tone for Grimm fairy tales Here s the good ending They lived happily till they died But here are thelikely endings But the wicked mother in law was very unhappy, and died miserably When the fire reached the room where the cat was, she sprang out of the window and ran away, but the besiegers did not see her and sent on firing until the whole palace was burnt to the ground Then was she with her accomplice were placed in a boat filled of holes, and driven out to sea Let s set the tone for Grimm fairy tales Here s the good ending They lived happily till they died But here are thelikely endings But the wicked mother in law was very unhappy, and died miserably When the fire reached the room where the cat was, she sprang out of the window and ran away, but the besiegers did not see her and sent on firing until the whole palace was burnt to the ground Then was she with her accomplice were placed in a boat filled of holes, and driven out to sea, where they were soon overwhelmed in the waves and drowned Which leads me to the primary theme of the original fairy tales vengeance Very eye for an eye, first testament type stuff And so for their wickedness and falseness they were punished with blindness for the rest of their days Sound familiar Maybe not Those unlucky gals were Cinderella s step sisters And if the outside world did not seek revenge, then suicide came in handy hanging, drowning, fire, poison, etc The gist you are going to pay, and pay dearly with copious amounts of pain, and then your life.There s not a whole lot of rescuing going on Snow White actually had a piece of poisoned apple stuck in her throat When the Prince was carrying her coffin down the mountain, he tripped, which dislodged the apple and Snow White woke up Finally Don t trust anyone Fathers will kill their children, siblings turn against each other, evil mother in laws have remained in fashion.Good times

  4. Catarina Fêo e Torres Catarina Fêo e Torres says:

    So, I read all the fairy tales when I was a kid and I seriously don t remember them being this grim pardon the pun.Of course, the children versions of these are muchtame and a lot of the gory details are left out, of course.It s still very cool to read the original versions as an adult and really get a sense for these folk tales But if you re the kind of person that get upset at the amount of people George R.R Martin kills off in his books, then don t read these I ll leave you with So, I read all the fairy tales when I was a kid and I seriously don t remember them being this grim pardon the pun.Of course, the children versions of these are muchtame and a lot of the gory details are left out, of course.It s still very cool to read the original versions as an adult and really get a sense for these folk tales But if you re the kind of person that get upset at the amount of people George R.R Martin kills off in his books, then don t read these I ll leave you with the example of the The Death of the Little Hen which end with and then everyone was dead

  5. Kassandra Kassandra says:

    This book took me FOREVER to finish, obviously short stories aren t my cup of teaAnyways, I really did enjoy many of the stories in this book, they were highly entertaining and they werethan easy to follow and read.Unfortunately I did find that many of the stories were too short which left me wanting to put the book downthan I care to admit.

  6. J. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ J. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ says:

    3.5 starsThese are some dark stories, but it was interesting to hear the origins of some of our softer bedtime stories Disney movies Seriously why did Disney feel the need to edit the part about the ugly stepsisters hacking up their feet and getting their eyes plucked out

  7. Lucy Thorneycroft Lucy Thorneycroft says:

    I went to the Steiner School as a child and this has brought back my childhood

  8. Wine of Ages Wine of Ages says:

    I recognized some of the stories which was fun But I found some of the stories terrible written it, watered down It could be the edition I have or perhaps they were just written like that from the beginning.

  9. Aniket Mahajani Aniket Mahajani says:

    enter in the world of magic relax, noheadache of long philosophical paras, nopain to understand difficult words,just fun n njoyment on each page you turn enter in the world of magic relax, noheadache of long philosophical paras, nopain to understand difficult words,just fun n njoyment on each page you turn

  10. Lone Reader Lone Reader says:

    It was okay.Some funny, some weird, some very very weird.

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