Grimm's Fairy Tales
|Name:||Grimm's Fairy Tales|
|Creator:||Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm|
|Country of Origin:||Germany|
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Grimm's Fairy Tales fandom is about the works by the Grimm Brothers, Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm, who are famous for collecting/interpreting a number of fairy tales that are widely popular today, such as Snow White and Cinderella.
The Grimms' collection of fairy tales was published as Kinder- und Hausmärchen ("Children's and Household Tales").
The most common fairy tales from the collection include:
- Aschenputtel (Cinderella)
- Der Froschkönig (The Frog Prince)
- Hänsel und Gretel (Hansel and Gretel)
- Rumpelstilzchen (Rumpelstiltskin)
- Schneewittchen (Snow White)
- Rotkäppchen (Little Red Riding Hood)
- Dornröschen (Sleeping Beauty)
It should be noted that several of the stories in the Grimms' collections are found in somewhat different versions elsewhere.
A number of the most popular Grimm's fairy tales have been popularized in cartoon form by Disney. (For example, "Rapunzel" is the basis for Tangled.) These versions are considerably lighter in tone than the original fairy tales.
- Snow White // The Spring Bride by waldorph When she came to the palace, the king had a wife. It's important to remember that. Words: 3423 A retelling of the Grimm's Fairy Tales version of Snow White.
- Rapunzel // Out Flew The Web and Floated Wide by Lady Sarai There are no more colors. There is no more light. He is alone, in the dark. But he will find her. The blind prince searches for Rapunzel. Words: 3019
- Cinderella // What You Wish For And What You Keep by alice Once, Cinderella had the whole world in her head, and she means to get it back. Words: 6040 Pairing: Cinderella/Prince Charming.
- Hansel and Gretel // Lovely, Dark, and Deep by kitsuneasika The woods are lovely, dark, and deep— and well-protected. There shouldn't be anyone living there, and Gretel had learned enough from her mother to know not to trust mysterious lights in the forest. Words: 3055
- Hansel and Gretel // Gingerbread Betrayal by AylaPascal There is no happily ever after for Gretel. Her stepmother's dead, but the taste of betrayal is still bitter in her mouth. Their father abandoned them in the forest, left them to wither and die. Words: 1012
- Kinder- und Hausmärchen | Grimm's Fairy Tales at Archive of Our Own
- Brothers Grimm at Wikipedia
- Grimm's Fairy Tales at Wikipedia