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1. The Miser In The Bush
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... his man was very simple-hearted; so he took out threepence, and gave him for every year's service a penny. The poor fellow thought it was a great deal of money to have, and said to himself, 'Why should ...
2. Clever Elsie
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... with them. The bridegroom stayed upstairs alone for along time; then as no one would come back he thought: 'They must be waiting for me below: I too must go there and see what they are about.' When he ...
3. The Pink
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... and die of hunger. But God sent two angels from heaven in the shape of white doves, which flew to her twice a day, and carried her food until the seven years were over. The cook, however, thought to ...
4. Snowdrop
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... black ebony, and as she sat looking out upon the snow, she pricked her finger, and three drops of blood fell upon it. Then she gazed thoughtfully upon the red drops that sprinkled the white snow, and said, ...
5. Sweethearth Roland
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... maiden. The poor girl remained there a long time, but at length, as he did not return at all, she was sad, and changed herself into a flower, and thought: 'Someone will surely come this way, and trample ...
6. 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 ...
7. The Little Peasant
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... thought: 'He is tired and has gone to sleep.' In the meantime came the parson; the miller's wife received him well, and said: 'My husband is out, so we will have a feast.' The peasant listened, and when ...
8. Clever Gretel
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
There was once a cook named Gretel, who wore shoes with red heels, and when she walked out with them on, she turned herself this way and that, was quite happy and thought: 'You certainly are a pretty ...
9. Rumpelstilskin
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... said she. 'Then say you will give me,' said the little man, 'the first little child that you may have when you are queen.' 'That may never be,' thought the miller's daughter: and as she knew no other way ...
10. Tom Thumb
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... of the parson's house, and throw you out whatever you want.' 'That's a good thought,' said the thieves; 'come along, we shall see what you can do.' When they came to the parson's house, Tom slipped through ...
11. Little Red Riding Hood
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... surely must know it,' replied Little Red-Cap. The wolf thought to himself: 'What a tender young creature! what a nice plump mouthful—she will be better to eat than the old woman. I must act craftily, ...
12. Mother Holle
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... the mother heard how she had come by her great riches, she thought she should like her ugly, lazy daughter to go and try her fortune. So she made the sister go and sit by the well and spin, and the girl ...
13. Hansel And Gretel
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... on the land, he could no longer procure even daily bread. Now when he thought over this by night in his bed, and tossed about in his anxiety, he groaned and said to his wife: 'What is to become of us? ...
14. The Valiant Little Tailor
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... joy like a lamb's tail. The tailor put on the girdle, and resolved to go forth into the world, because he thought his workshop was too small for his valour. Before he went away, he sought about in the ...
15. Fundevogel
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... it on the high tree. The forester climbed up, brought the child down, and thought to himself: 'You will take him home with you, and bring him up with your Lina.' He took it home, therefore, and the two ...
16. Rapunzel
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... 'Ah,' she replied, 'if I can't eat some of the rampion, which is in the garden behind our house, I shall die.' The man, who loved her, thought: 'Sooner than let your wife die, bring her some of the rampion ...
17. The Goose - Girl
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... one that he had once heard; and he asked the true waiting-maid what she thought ought to be done to anyone who would behave thus. 'Nothing better,' said this false bride, 'than that she should be thrown ...
18. Cat And Mouse In Partnership
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... herself in the sun, and licked her lips whenever she thought of the pot of fat, and not until it was evening did she return home. 'Well, here you are again,' said the mouse, 'no doubt you have had a merry ...
19. The Frog - Prince
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... off your golden plate, and sleep upon your bed, I will bring you your ball again.' 'What nonsense,' thought the princess, 'this silly frog is talking! He can never even get out of the spring to visit me, ...
20. The Willow - Wren And The Bear
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... a moment; at the third, he could hold out no longer, screamed, and put his tail between his legs. When the animals saw that, they thought all was lost, and began to flee, each into his hole, and the birds ...
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