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Ebook The Complete Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales by Jacob Grimm read! Book Title: The Complete Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales
The author of the book: Jacob Grimm
Edition: Gramercy Books
Date of issue: October 3rd 2006
ISBN: 0517229250
ISBN 13: 9780517229255
Language: English
Format files: PDF
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First, I share with you how I decided to read this book. Read my silly coincidence !

A prelude fairy tale :)
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It was dark already, when I was getting down through the steps, from my rooftop after my lazy late evening walk; I found a little creature jumping over my feet. I got scared for a moment, quickly came down, took a torch in my hand and climbed up back to the stairs.

There, not to my surprise, a little frog had placed himself just at the corner of a step. At ground level of my building, there is good amount of greenery and in and around rainy season small and medium sized frogs and toads are found hopping here and there but I was surprised how this little frog had reached such a height in the building. As it was dark in the stairs, so I threw light from the torch on his husky little form but he did not jump anywhere. Seeing him stationary I sat one step below him. I noticed, while my torch through its piercing light had been staring at his rumpled form, the little frog’s curious eyes were staring at me.

Without the slightest sense of fear, he kept looking at me with a natural throbbing on his part of body below his mouth, probably his throat. In fact it was pounding strongly, when I tried to touch him, he did not resist and only wiggled his head. His eyes still fixed on me, entire body steadfast, throbbing and beating still there in his throat. I switched on and off my torch several times to get him frightened but this brave frog was still staring at me stiffly with unfailing good spirits. Then clueless of what to do next to scare him, I came down, brought my phone with me to take some of his pictures.

To my astonishment, after the first flash of my phone, when the first picture of frog was captured, he suddenly tilted his body to the left… His head still looking towards the phone, his eyes now fixed on my phone camera.
This way he was posing perfectly the right side of his body to my phone. I felt this behavior so strange and human like that I kept cogitating for sometime as if he was anticipating such a photo shoot. Then in a pleased mental state I took few more pictures, touched his head and crusty surface of his back softly. This time he jumped quickly and disappeared in the dark towards roof side.

OK Now I won’t irritate you further with my silly tale…but before talking anything about the book you have to read what I saw that night!

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A Dream
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I saw a dream then at night, a frog was hopping along with me, beside my sluggishly moving bare feet in the green dew filled morning grass in a park. When I bowed down to touch him, he hopped in such a dramatic and frightening way that in his first jump he crossed the entire park and with his next he just flew like a bird… high… high… and very high… up to the clouds… and then within a moment became a cloud. A white cloud first and then turned dark a moment later !

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The Library
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Next morning after having finished the daily work I went to the library, as I do frequently when I have time and reached the segment where the books of my taste are found in the shelves.
The first book I picked was a bulky one. I read the title. I felt pleased and after sitting in my reading chair when I read the first story in the book, to my greatest surprise … I found the frog here again….Oh ! what a Froggy experience!
The title was…“The Frog Prince or the Iron Henry”…and there was a frog in the story that talked like a man.

When to get her ball from a deep spring, a princess, the most beautiful daughter of a king, takes help of this frog in the wild and promises him that she will allow him to stay with her and then after getting her ball back, she backs out and runs away to her palace.

Then one day someone says at her door, this:

“Open the door, my princess dear,
Open the door to thy true love here!
And mind the words that thou and I said
By the fountain cool, in the greenwood shade.”


Then the princess runs to the door and opens it, and there she sees the frog, whom she had quite forgotten.

Now at this point of time I remembered my frog as well and saw the pictures I had taken last night on my phone and then looked at the picture of frog at the door of princess, made on a page of this book.

And I realized then...... Frogs are really powerful creatures ! I underestimated them !

They can’t only hop around ..... they can guide you to your right next book read in a strange dreamy way as well ! :)

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The book Finally :)
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OK!.. So this was my fairy tale leading me to this book !

Finally let me say something about the book. A book with 210 fairy tales compiled in it by the Grimm brothers, Jacob and Wilhelm in early 19th century.
It includes many tales, some of them you might have heard from your parents and grandparents in your childhood. Like..

Cinderella, Snow White , Clever Hans, Girl without hands, Gossip wolf and the fox… etc.

These tales are full of enchantment and rapture, terror and wisdom, tragedy and beauty. These stories are kept alive by German peasants of the time told around the fire place to entranced listeners.
This book has influenced people worldwide and is a principle source for the artists and composers, who are re-creating these tales in new and innovative ways around the world.

I did not read all tales in this book, but reading of 50 odd tales from this book educated me enough to alter my views that these tales were made for the children only !

I think one must read these fairy tales to one’s children. However the older people should read them twice because these are filed with such a wisdom and simplicity that sometimes in the ruckus of life even one fairy tale from this book can fill your heart with childlike innocence and peace !

This compilation is truly a legacy of vibrant oral tradition!


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Ebook The Complete Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales read Online! 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 and more popularly, with his brother Wilhelm, as one of the Brothers Grimm, as the editor of Grimm's Fairy Tales.

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