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1. The Miser In The Bush
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
A farmer had a faithful and diligent servant, who had worked hard for him three years, without having been paid any wages. At last it came into the man's head that he would not go on thus without pay ...
2. Clever Elsie
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... beer, then the pick-axe will fall on his head and kill him.' Then she sat and wept and screamed with all the strength of her body, over the misfortune which lay before her. Those upstairs waited for the ...
3. Snowdrop
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... the fairest in all this land: But over the hills, in the greenwood shade, Where the seven dwarfs their dwelling have made, There Snowdrop is hiding her head; and she Is lovelier far, O queen! than ...
4. Sweethearth Roland
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... 'Be quiet, my child,' said the old woman, 'and you shall have it. Your stepsister has long deserved death; tonight when she is asleep I will come and cut her head off. Only be careful that you are at the ...
5. Frederick And Catherine
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... stood looking on. At last it popped into her head, 'The dog is not shut up—he may be running away with the steak; that's well thought of.' So up she ran from the cellar; and sure enough the rascally cur ...
6. The Little Peasant
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... with its head hanging down as if it were eating. Next morning when the cows were being driven out, the little peasant called the cow-herd in and said: 'Look, I have a little calf there, but it is still ...
7. Tom Thumb
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... head out, fresh ill-luck befell him. A hungry wolf sprang out, and swallowed up the whole stomach, with Tom in it, at one gulp, and ran away. Tom, however, was still not disheartened; and thinking the ...
8. The Robber Bridegroom
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... cellar, and there sat a very, very old woman, who could not keep her head from shaking. 'Can you tell me,' asked the girl, 'if my betrothed husband lives here?' 'Ah, you poor child,' answered the old ...
9. Mother Holle
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... she was covered with it from head to foot. 'That is a reward for your industry,' said Mother Holle, and as she spoke she handed her the spindle which she had dropped into the well. The gate was then ...
10. Hansel And Gretel
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... who supported herself on crutches, came creeping out. Hansel and Gretel were so terribly frightened that they let fall what they had in their hands. The old woman, however, nodded her head, and said: 'Oh, ...
11. The Valiant Little Tailor
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... Good jams, cheap!' This rang pleasantly in the tailor's ears; he stretched his delicate head out of the window, and called: 'Come up here, dear woman; here you will get rid of your goods.' The woman came ...
12. Fundevogel
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... swam quickly to her, seized her head in its beak and drew her into the water, and there the old witch had to drown. Then the children went home together, and were heartily delighted, and if they have not ...
13. The Adventures Of Chanticleer And Partlet
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... Now, whether it was that they had eaten so many nuts that they could not walk, or whether they were lazy and would not, I do not know: however, they took it into their heads that it did not become them ...
14. The Goose - Girl
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... her, and even spoke more haughtily than before: 'Drink if you will, but I shall not be your waiting-maid.' Then the princess was so thirsty that she got off her horse, and lay down, and held her head over ...
15. Cat And Mouse In Partnership
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... All-gone.' 'All-gone,' cried the mouse 'that is the most suspicious name of all! I have never seen it in print. All-gone; what can that mean?' and she shook her head, curled herself up, and lay down to ...
16. The Frog - Prince
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... jewels, and everything that I have in the world.' Whilst she was speaking, a frog put its head out of the water, and said, 'Princess, why do you weep so bitterly?' 'Alas!' said she, 'what can you do ...
17. The Fisherman And His Wife
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... of gold and diamonds, with a golden crown upon her head; and on each side of her stood six fair maidens, each a head taller than the other. 'Well, wife,' said the fisherman, 'are you king?' 'Yes,' said ...
18. The Twelve Dancing Princesses
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... so the king ordered his head to be cut off. After him came several others; but they had all the same luck, and all lost their lives in the same manner. Now it chanced that an old soldier, who had been ...
19. The Dog And The Sparrow
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... that the cart was dripping, and the cask quite empty. 'What an unlucky wretch I am!' cried he. 'Not wretch enough yet!' said the sparrow, as she alighted upon the head of one of the horses, and pecked ...
20. Briar Rose
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... pity on the little fish, and threw it back again into the river; and before it swam away it lifted its head out of the water and said, 'I know what your wish is, and it shall be fulfilled, in return for ...
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